Incoming: Black Eyed Peas

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In case you love the Black Eyed Peas but didn't care to see them open for U2 the last time they were in the Valley, get Pea-licious when the hip-hop dance group invades Jobing.com Arena March 31. Seriously, they're big enough to headline an arena?

The 100-date tour's called "The E.N.D. World Tour 2010," after their current hit-making disc, The E.N.D. (which stands for "The Energy Never Dies.") This is the Peas' first headlining tour since 2006, since Fergie launched a solo career and Taboo cut off his ponytail. Expect DJ's spinning on-stage and rapper will.i.am taking his turn behind the tables, as well as lots of hump shaking and sunglasses being worn indoors.

Tickets go on-sale December 12, with a special pre-sale for fan club members. For more info, head to www.blackeyedpeas.com.

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