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Brandon Boyd from Incubus and Johnny Rotten join Jesus Christ Superstar cast

by Otto Man

"Jesus Christ Superstar" is being resurrected for a North American arena tour this summer. The performance is being headlined by Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols as King Herod, Michelle Williams of Destiny's Child as Mary Magdalene, Brandon Boyd of Incubus as Judas and JC Chasez of 'N Sync as Pontius Pilate. Winner of the U.K. talent contest, "Superstar" Ben Forster will play Jesus. The musical was written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice and follows the last days of Jesus. It starts a 54-city tour on June 9th. At a press conference last Friday, Williams, Forster and Boyd sang a few songs and Rotten threw out bananas to the media.


6/09 New Orleans, La. Lakefront Arena

6/10 Birmingham, Ala. BJCC Arena

6/11 Charlotte, N.C. Time Warner Cable Arena

6/13 Fort Lauderdale, Fla. BB&T Center

6/14 Orlando, Fla. Amway Center

6/15 Tampa, Fla. Tampa Bay Times Forum

6/16 Atlanta, Ga. Philips Arena

6/17 Nashville, Tenn. Bridgestone Arena

6/19 San Antonia, Texas Freeman Coliseum

6/20 Austin, Texas Frank Erwin Center

6/21 Houston, Texas Toyota Center

6/22 Dallas, Texas American Airlines Center

6/23 Oklahoma City, Okla. Chesapeake Energy Arena

6/24 Tulsa, Okla. BOK Center

6/26 Toronto, Ontario Air Canada Centre

6/28 Detroit, Mich. Joe Louis Arena

6/29 Chicago, Ill. - United Center

7/01 St. Louis, Mo. - Scottrade Center

7/02 Kansas City, Mo. - Sprint Center

7/04 Winnipeg, Manitoba - MTS Center

7/05 Regina, Saskatchewan Brandt Center

7/06 Edmonton, Alberta Rexall Place

7/08 Boise, Idaho Taco Bell Arena

7/09 Spokane, Wash. Spokane Arena

7/10 Seattle, Wash. KeyArena At Seattle Center

7/12 Vancouver, British Columbia Rogers Arena

7/13 Portland, Ore. Moda Center

7/15 Sacramento, Calif. Sleep Train Arena

7/16 Fresno, Calif. Save Mart Center

7/17 Bakersfield, Calif. Rabobank Arena

7/18 San Jose, Calif. SAP Center at San Jose

7/20 Anaheim, Calif. Honda Center

7/22 El Paso, Texas UTEP Don Haskins Center

7/23 Phoenix, Ariz. US Airways Center

7/24 San Diego, Calif. Valley View Casino Center

7/25 Las Vegas, Nev. Mandalay Bay Events Center

7/26 Los Angeles, Calif. STAPLES Center

7/29 Denver, Colo. Pepsi Center

7/30 Lincoln, Neb. Pinnacle Bank Arena

7/31 St. Paul, Minn. Xcel Energy Center

8/01 Milwaukee, Wis. BMO Bradley Harris Center

8/02 Indianapolis, Ind. Bankers Life Fieldhouse

8/03 Cincinnati, Ohio U.S. Bank Arena

8/05 New York, N.Y. Madison Square Garden

8/07 Washington, D.C. Verizon Center

8/09 Columbus, Ohio Schottenstein Center

8/10 Cleveland, Ohio Quicken Loans Arena

8/12 Pittsburgh, Pa. Consol Energy Center

8/13 Buffalo, N.Y. First Niagara Center

8/14 Boston, Mass. TD Garden

8/16 Philadelphia, Pa. Wells Fargo Center

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