The plan calls for A Perfect Circle to play three nights in Tempe, Los Angeles, Seattle and San Francisco and two nights in Las Vegas with the band playing one of its three albums in its entirety each evening.

For example, the tour begins at Tempe’s Marquee Theatre – Nov. 4-6. On night No. 1 the band plays Mer de Noms while the second night features Thirteenth Step and the third Arizona evening stars eMOTIVe.

That’s the rotation on the three-night stops as the band begins the multiple-night runs with Mer de Noms and ends with eMOTIVe with Thirteenth Step sandwiched in between, playing Los Angeles at the Avalon / Bardot Hollywood Nov. 8-10; Seattle at the Showbox At The Market Nov. 12-14 and San Francisco at The Fillmore Nov. 16-18.

However, Las Vegas at the Pearl Concert Theatre is only a two-nighter – Nov. 20-21 – with the band playing Mer De Noms on the first evening and Thirteenth Step on the second.

“These shows are going to be very small intimate theatre gigs, basically just the five of us trying to connect with each other,” band co-founder Maynard James Keenan told Rolling Stone last week.

Tickets go on sale for Los Angeles and Seattle Sept. 24 at 10 a.m. Las Vegas tickets also go up Sept. 24 but two hours later at high noon. Tickets for the San Francisco shows go on sale two days later on Sept. 26 at 10 a.m. All times Pacific Daylight.

There is a two-ticket limit and each show will offer a small number of two different VIP meet-and-greet packages – one with wine and one without. For more info, click here for the band’s website.