The trek includes an appearance at Bonnaroo, which will also feature a reunion performance by Oysterhead, Claypool’s project with Phish alum and Stewart Copeland of The Police. The band has not played live since 2001.

Claypool will continue across the country, joining up with The Coup for a number of dates as the Oakland hip-hop group travels the U.S. on its Not Your Soldier Tour. Rasputina and Carneyball Johnson will also appear with Claypool at select shows.

The trek will wrap July 22 at House of Blues in Cleveland. A week later, Claypool will perform with Primus at the Hedgpeth Festival in Twin Lakes, Wis., in what looks to be the group’s only appearance this summer.

Primus, which made a couple festival appearances last year, is reportedly working a new album for release this year.

Claypool’s new solo album, Of Whales And Woe, was released May 30.

Other recent projects include his first novel, “South Of The Pumphouse,” and a feature film, “Electric Apricot – Quest For Festeroo.” Claypool wrote, directed and stars in the film, a mockumentary about the adventures of an aspiring jam band.