Original band members Bryan Ferry (vocals), Andy Mackay (saxophone) and Phil Manzanera (guitar) announced their plans for a “final” tour February 12 at London’s Savoy in the Strand. Brian Eno was also in the original lineup but will not tour with the band.

The first leg of the arena tour starts June 9 in Dublin, travels through the U.K. and wraps June 22 with a show at Wembley Arena in London. Tickets go on sale February 13.

Roxy Music will continue on to Europe and then North America. Further tour dates have not been released but tour promoter SFX said North American stops will include Toronto, Montreal, Cleveland, Detroit, Chicago, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, Vancouver, Washington, San Francisco and Los Angeles.

The concerts will give a new spin to the band’s trademark hits – like “Love Is The Drug,” “Virginia Plain,” “Street Life” and “More Than This.” Organizers promise the Roxy Music show will get a full on “21st Century treatment,” with innovative lighting and staging.

The purveyors of sophisticated pop split up 18 years ago, but their experimental art sound remains influential and the band’s loyal cult following never waned. The band’s last studio album, Avalon, was released in 1982.