The first part of the trek is heavy with festival gigs, including the WNNX 99x Big Day Out 500 in Atlanta (June 2), the Live 105 BFD in Mountain View, Calif. (June 9), the Hurricane Festival in Scheessel, Germany (June 23), the Accelerator Festival in Stockholm, Sweden (June 29), and the Oxegen Festival at the Punchestown Race Course in Naas, Ireland (July 7).

Interspersed among those dates, the band will make stops in a handful of major markets in the U.S., including Chicago, New York, Toronto and San Diego.

The second leg of the tour kicks off July 19 at Harro East in Rochester, N.Y., and will make stops in 12 cities around the country, including Atlantic City, N.J.; Cleveland; Columbus, Ohio; Detroit; Indianapolis and Covington, Ky.

The group will make an appearance at Virgin Festival U.S. at the Pimlico Race Track in Baltimore on August 5, before heading off to Japan for a pair of dates (August 11-12) and then to the U.K. for a handful of theatre dates in the U.K. and a few more festival dates there and in Canada.