But wait: there’s more. The tour also features Less Than Jake and MxPx taking turns in the opening slot, with a fourth as-yet-unnamed band in each city.

“We’re stoked to be co-headlining with our friends Good Charlotte. It’s cool that fans get the chance to see two bands for the price of one and get an opportunity to win the Civic Si’s we’ve tricked out,” New Found Glory vocalist Jordan Pundik said.

The tricked out Civic Si Pundik refers to is the car the band customized that’ll be up for grabs through a national online promotion. Good Charlotte also lent their creative talents to a Civic that’ll be given away. A total of 12 customized cars will be awarded through different media promotions, to be announced.

“Although last year’s successful Civic Tour with Incubus will be a tough act to follow, we know that New Found Glory and Good Charlotte will pack the venues with their fervent fans from coast to coast,” Charles Koch of Honda said. “Having two headlining bands allows Honda to help give fans more value for their money.”

In addition to featuring at-the-moment bands, the Civic Tour has maintained its dedication to keeping ticket prices low. Tickets for this round are priced around the $20 mark and can be nabbed pre-sale-style on civictour.com.