The Moody Blues are well into their 34th year of existence and still aren’t showing any signs of road-weariness.

The British classic rock quartet has announced its third North American tour this year, squeezing 27 shows in 22 cities during October and November.

More gigs are likely to be announced in coming weeks, the band’s spokesperson told Pollstar.

The outing kicks off with two shows October 20 at Caesar’s Tahoe in Stateline, Nev.

Following a two-night, four-show stand at Caesar’s, the Moody Blues will travel to amphitheatres near San Francisco and Los Angeles before moving indoors at casinos and theatres in markets including San Diego, Phoenix, Las Vegas, Dallas and Grand Rapids.

The tour announcement coincides with the release of Hall of Fame – Recorded Live At The Royal Albert Hall, recorded during a U.K. tour earlier in the year.

That concert was also filmed for American Public Television to air on PBS. The television special marks the second time the Moody Blues have recorded a live performance to be featured during a major PBS pledge period.

The first, Live At Red Rocks, was a success for the band and for PBS in 1993.

The Moodies released Strange Times, their first studio album in eight years, last September.