Snoop, Scissors Back For Summadayze

Snoop Dogg, Scissor Sisters, Moby and Pendulum have been announced for the Summadayze tour, which hits four Australian cities in the first week of January. Snoop returns after headlining the Supafest urban tour in April.

Strike Hard Bookings confirmed 13 club shows for Michigan metalcore outfit For The Fallen Dreams Aug. 30 to Sept. 11. Sydney bands Sienna Skies and Hand of Mercy will open.

Children of Bodom squeezed in five Australian theatre shows Nov. 6-13 in between shows in Singapore, Jakarta and Manila.

Rickie Lee Jones, South African pianist Abdullah Ibrahim and Indian percussionist Zakir Hussain were added to the inaugural Womad Earth Station in Adelaide Oct. 21-23. Also announced were The Shanghai Chinese Orchestra, as well as Australia’s Emma Donovan, Iwantja Band, Paris Wells, The Audreys and seven-piece jazz ensemble The Catholics.

After a positive consumer response to a Sydney-only performance by Sweden pop duo Roxette, Live Nation extended the visit to a full-scale tour. It now takes in six arena shows Feb. 14-23.

Chugg Entertainment brings the Secret Sisters back for five club and festival stops Sept. 30 to Oct. 8.

The Vengaboys return after a hiatus for four club dates and a festival show Jan. 11-15 through Big Apachee.

With their “The Show” CD and DVD going double platinum downunder, Celtic Thunder will make its live debut in Australia next year. Nine Live, the concert division of the free to air Nine Network, and Universal Music confirmed 12 arena and theatre stops Feb. 10-25.

Michael Coppel Presents added three extra shows for Justin Clarke’s October visit, making it a total of 11 shows.

Chugg Entertainment added two extra Dolly Parton dates, bringing the total of her Nov. 8-27 trek to 11.