The band has a couple of shows on the books before the start of the trek, including December 8 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver and an appearance at Rock to Roll at The Avalon in Los Angeles December 11.

The charity event spearheaded by SideOneDummy co-founder Joe Sib benefits Wheels for Humanity. The non-profit organization’s mission is to provide increased self sufficiency and mobility to people with disabilities throughout the world, without regard to political affiliation, religious belief or ethnic identity.

Also on the bill for the evening are Bouncing Souls, Dead to Me and Punk Rock Karaoke, which features members of NOFX, Bad Religion, Adolescents and Social Distortion.

Flogging Molly kicks the party into high gear February 1 at Stubb’s Bar-B-Q in Austin and drops in to clubs and theatres across the U.S. and Canada before wrapping March 17 at the Mesa Amphitheatre in Arizona.

Other stops on the schedule include the Beaumont Club in Kansas City, Mo. (February 5), The Vogue in Indianapolis (February 10), House of Blues in Chicago (February 15-16), Kool Haus in Toronto (February 18), Town Ballroom in Buffalo, N.Y. (February 22), Rams Head Live! in Baltimore (March 1), Tabernacle in Atlanta (March 6), Warehouse Live in Houston (March 11) and House of Blues in Las Vegas (March 14-15).

Tickets for most of Flogging Molly’s upcoming shows, including Rock to Roll, are available at

Float is Flogging Molly’s sixth full-length release and is due for release March 4.