The More Drama tour will feature guitarist Steve Howe, bassist Chris Squire and drummer Alan White, performing separate sets and then joining together for a special finale.

Squire will perform with his original band, The Syn, which made its mark on the British progressive rock movement in the 1960s before Squire and Jon Anderson founded Yes.

Steve Howe will do a set of solo guitar, and White will perform with his new band – fittingly named White and featuring Asia keyboardist Geoff Downes.

Downes will join the three Yes-men for an encore of rarely performed Yes songs that haven’t been played live since the band’s 1980 world tour.

The Howe/Squire/White tour runs from August 3 through September 4, beginning in Portland, Ore., and hitting both coasts and Canada before finishing at the Taste Of Cleveland festival September 4.

Meanwhile, vocalist Anderson is embarking on his own solo tour of Europe and the Middle East. He’ll begin September 1 in Tel Aviv, Israel, and proceed through Eastern Europe, Scandinavia, the U.K. and more before wrapping October 16 in Reykjavik, Iceland.

Howe, Squire, White, Anderson and keyboardist Rick Wakeman spent much of last year on tour for Yes’ 35th anniversary tour. Wakeman made headlines this spring when he performed in Havana, Cuba, but has no tour plans at the moment.