The two-month-plus trek crosses North America starting July 6 in Philadelphia and running through mid-September, visiting more than 30 major cities nationwide. Additional dates are still being confirmed.

Shows will go on sale beginning this weekend in Detroit, Washington, Seattle, Portland, Concord, Holmdel, Wantagh, and Winnipeg, with additional on-sale announcements following in the next few weeks.

Tickets will range from $35 – $125, with a limited number of gold circle tickets available.

Billed as “An Evening With Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young,” Freedom of Speech ’06 will spotlight an extended set from CSNY. Repertoire will include their classic work together, as well as favorites from their individual careers.

Music from Neil Young‘s forthcoming album, Living With War, will make its concert debut during the tour.

All four members of the band “believe that in light of the current environment, it’s time for them to be out on the road fighting for America, and for people’s rights to stand and be counted.”

During an interview with CNN last week, Young said, “There’s a conscience in the country, and I don’t think it’s being spoken. Everyone deserves a chance to be heard… We don’t have to believe what our president believes to be patriotic.”