The tour takes off October 19th in Anaheim and will play 37 shows across the U.S., wrapping with two nights in San Diego.

Southern California-based road dog Slightly Stoopid fuses acoustic rock and blues with reggae, hip-hop, dub, metal, funk, and punk to create asignature sound.

The band has played loads of music festivals, plus gigs with Dave Matthews Band, Sublime, The Roots, G. Love & Special Sauce, Blink 182,and Toots & the Maytals.

Hailing from Kona, Hawaii, power trio Pepper mixes influences ranging from Nirvana to Black Sabbath with a dose of Bad Brainsand Sublime. The Jagermeister Music Tour coincides with the October 3 release of its new album, No Shame.

This isn’t the first time the bands will be touring together.

“It’s like touring with your family again with us and Stoopid out together for the first time in three years,” Pepper drummer YesodWilliams said.

“We are looking forward to touring with Pepper again,” Miles Doughty, one of Slightly Stoopid’s frontmen, said. “It is usually one big party whenthe two bands get together, and it is definitely the best tour for fans.”

Tickets will be priced at around $30 and fans will score some swag, too. Freebies include prizes and giveawayslike compilation CDs with live and unreleased tracks from Jagermeister bands as well as plenty of Jagermeister shirts, hats, and other gear.

Other prizes and giveaways from sponsors include custom tour prizes from Schecter Guitars, Peavey Electronics, and Coffin Case.