The tour kicks off March 33 at the Cat’s Cradle in Carrboro, N.C. and winds down in the band’s home state of Florida with a two-night stand at The Social in Orlando.

Additional dates include Theatre Of The Living Arts in Philadelphia (March 5), Bowery Ballroom in New York (March 7), Opera House Concert Venue in Toronto (March 10), Slim’s in San Francisco (March 27), Emo’s in Austin, Texas (April 1) and Rocketown in Nashville (April 5).

“We are extremely excited to make our way around the country to come see you guys one final time,” Copeland said in a statement on its Web site. “We will be bringing along some dear friends of ours, and we are confident this will be a fun and memorable tour. We wanted to make the announcement and get the dates out there now so you guys could start making any travel plans needed to be at the shows. We are really looking forward to this tour, and hope you can come celebrate the end of an amazing journey.”

I Can Make A Mess Like Nobody’s Business, Person L and Deas Vail are coming along for the fun as opening acts on all dates.

Members of Copeland announced their breakup plans with an Oct. 29 post on its website. Calling the split “an extremely difficult decision,” the band assured fans it wasn’t a bitter break up.

“It has come time for us to move on from Copeland and follow other paths in our lives. We are absolutely grateful to have been able to make music for as long as we have. … Most of all, we feel honored that people have cared so much for our band and for our art.

“To put your minds at each, we assure you this is not a bitter break up. We all individually feel Copeland has run its course in our lives and it’s time for us to pursue what is next. … We are really excited about seeing you all one more time, and we hope it turns out to be the best Copeland tour ever.”

Along with the North American tour, Copeland promised fans there would be one last international trek. The band also noted that “we are not ruling out the possibility of recording one more album sometime in the future,” although the guys reiterated that the spring tour “will be our last.”

During the course of the band’s career, Copeland released four full-length albums along with a number of EPs and compilations, selling over 250,000 albums. The band’s most recent studio album was 2008’s You Are My Sunshine, followed by this year’s The Grey Man EP

Click here for Copeland’s Web site.