The tour kicks off Sept. 17 in Canada at the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver, British Columbia, and winds down Oct. 16 at the Paramount Theatre in the band’s hometown of Seattle.

Additional dates include Metro in Chicago (Sept. 24), Terminal 5 in New York (Sept. 27), La Zona Rosa in Austin, Texas (Oct. 7), Henry Fonda Theater in Los Angeles (Oct. 11) and Fillmore in San Francisco (Oct. 13).

The emo pioneers formed in Seattle in 1992 and released its debut album, Diary, in 1994. Shortly before its self-titled sophomore album (also known as LP2 or “The Pink Album”) was released in 1995, bassist Nate Mendel and drummer William Goldsmith had joined the Foo Fighters and guitarist/vocalist Jeremy Enigk had embarked on a solo career.

The guys got back together in 1997, minus Mendel, who was still (and still is) kickin’ it with the Foo Fighters. Sunny Day Real Estate released 1998’s How It Feels To Be Something On and 2000’s The Rising Time before breaking up again in 2001.

Rolling Stone noted the band’s old website blamed “a string of bad luck” with management companies and Arista Records for the 2001 breakup.

Now that the band is back together, Sunny Day Real Estate will be re-issuing Diary and LP2 as re-mastered albums with rare bonus tracks and re-written liner notes. The albums will be released on CD and LP Sept. 15, two days before the tour kicks off.

“I wasn’t around for the second version of the band that recorded the 3rd and 4th albums, so I’ve always had a feeling of unfinished business there,” Mendel said in a statement on the band’s website.

“We had all these outsized ideas back then, ‘Everyone’s going to learn a new instrument,’ and ‘Let’s do a rock opera,’ but before we could get anywhere with them, the band broke up. We left behind all these weird and beautiful songs, though, and they’ve stuck with me all this time. I’m really happy that we get a chance to play them together again.”

Click here for Sunny Day Real Estate’s website.