Danity Kane end hiatus, announce tour

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After a five year hiatus, girl group Danity Kane have announced plans to embark on a tour this spring. The group will bring their “No Filter” tour to Boston for a night at the House of Blues on Friday, May 30. Tickets for the show will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation for $35 and $49.50.

“The symbol for the tour is our unfiltered selfies, a mosaic compiled of over 100,000 unfiltered images that our fans sent in,” the band said in a statement. “To our fans: Danity Kane is doing this for you. We want to give, see, and promote a real, unrestricted, uncensored, unfiltered life! That’s why we make music and that’s the way we want to see world!”

Danity Kane, currently comprised of Aubrey O’Day, Shannon Bex, Dawn Richard, Aundrea Fimbres, officially announced their reunion at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards last August. Since then, the band been working on a new album. No official name or release date has been set for the group’s third studio effort and first in six years. Original member D. Woods will not be participating in the reunion.

The group originally formed on MTV’s hit series “Making the Band” in 2005. Powered by hits like “Showstopper” and “Damaged”, Danity Kane became the first female group in Billboard’s history to consecutively debut albums at #1 with 2006’s Danity Kane and 2008’s Welcome to the Dollhouse.

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