The band will warm up for the run with a handful of Canadian support dates for Simple Plan, with stops including Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary and Winnipeg.

The Disco Balls & Blow Up Dolls tour launches October 15 at Rocketown in Nashville and will hit clubs and theatres across the U.S. through the end of November.

Highlights include stops at The Rave Eagles Club in Milwaukee (October 19), Clutch Cargo’s in Pontiac, Mich. (October 25), Sonar in Philadelphia (October 31), Jannus Landing in St. Petersburgh, Fla. (November 6), La Zona Rosa in Austin (November 11), Gothic Theatre in Englewood, Colo. (November 16), Warfield Theatre in San Francisco (November 22) and Grove of Anaheim in California (November 29).

Support for the trek comes courtesy of Shwayze, Tyga and Cash Cash.

Tickets for Metro Station’s headlining gigs and shows with Simple Plan are available at

Metro Station, which is out in support of its eponymous debut, was started in 2006 by Trace Cyrus and Mason Musso. If those names sound slightly familiar, it’s because Trace and Mason are the older siblings of “Hanna Montana” stars Miley Cyrus and Mitchel Musso.

The pair were introduced to each other on the set of the show and, after discovering they had similar musical interests, they drafted keyboardist Blake Healy and drummer Anthony Improgo.

The group quickly gained traction thanks to several songs posted on its MySpace page, along with no small acclaim in the indie-music press, earning opening spots on Cobra Starship‘s last tour and a European trek with Panic at the Disco, a co-headlining run earlier this year with Forever the Sickest Kids and a stint with Boys Like Girls and Good Charlotte on the Soundtrack of Your Summer Tour.