Billed as “the event for teen girls,” not only plays major venues across the U.S.A. but plays two consecutive nights in most, if not all markets. Featuring Hawk Nelson, Natalie Grant, Chad Eastham, Group 1 Crew among the artists and bands, look for this mammoth package playing Philadelphia at The Wachovia Spectrum on November 7 & 8, Spokane’s Spokane Arena on November 14 & 15 and Orlando’s Amway Arena on February 6 & 7. Other stops include Denver, Houston, Greensboro, Duluth and Portland (Oregon).

Sure, Phish reuniting is the big story today, but band bassist Mike Gordon has a few dates of his own. Look for Mr. Gordon doing the solo thing in Providence, Rhode Island, at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel on December 27, Portsmouth, New Hampshire at The Music Hall on December 28, Killington, Vermont, at Pickle Barrel Night Club on December 29 and South Burlington, Vermont, at Higher Ground on December 30.

Axe-man Pat Travers updates today with new November gigs. New on Mr. Travers’ calendar is Watervliet, New York, at Arc Sports Bar on November 14, Lawrence, Kansas, at Granada Theatre on November 20, Wichita, Kansas, at Wichita Ballroom on November 21 and St. Pete, Florida, at The State Theatre on November 26. Speaking of Florida, the guitar-slinger also adds Jacksonville for November 26 and Jacksonville for November 28.

Finally, Simply Red adds 2009 dates to the gameplan, including a U.S. appearance at Club Nokia L.A. Live in Los Angeles on March 13. Other new dates are for the United Kingdom and include Cardiff on March 26, Sheffield on March 27 and Birmingham on March 28.

During the past couple of hours we also updated the schedules for Sebastian, Greg Weeks, Grand Funk Railroad, , Del McCoury Band, Gary Hoey, Doyle Lawson & Quicksilver and Switch.

But that’s just the first leg of this wonderful Hump Day journey into the land of concert data. Don’t miss your Midday Update, coming up around 12 noon (PDT) on!