The two announced that Rush plans to celebrate its 30 years together with a major, global concert tour next year.

That said, specific dates, cities and even countries where the band plans to play are still being worked out. However, Lifeson and Lee did specify Rush will play North America and Europe, where it’s been more than a decade since they’ve last toured.

Billboard is reporting the outing will hit amphitheatres beginning in June for approximately 30 dates, and then move to Europe in September.

The Canadian trio recently released a three-disc live CD, Rush In Rio, taken from the last night of 2002’s Vapor Trails Tour. The music set was followed by a two-disc DVD, which hit the charts at No. 1.

Rush’s tour of the States last year was their first North American outing since 1997.