Something must have clicked (or perhaps it was the ringing of cash registers) during the CSNY2000 tour because the group is doing it again next year.

The Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young Tour of America kicks off February 6 at the Palace of Auburn Hills outside Detroit. It takes the group to arenas in 35 cities, wrapping in April.

Tickets start becoming available December 1 and on-sale dates for various cities will run through January. There are three price levels, $39.50, $55, and $86. A limited number of gold circle seats will also be offered.

While Crosby, Stills & Nash have performed together regularly over the years, Neil Young stopped touring with them in 1974. For decades, it was doubtful that the fiercely iconoclastic artist could be enticed to rejoin for money alone.

The right combination of factors finally came together in 2000. CSN&Y’s 35-show tour of North America attracted more than 551,000 fans and grossed more than $42 million.

The three-hour show included the classic songs and harmonies that made the group a generation-spanning legend. Next year’s tour will likely offer a new spin on the classic fan-pleasing combination.