Two big 1990s music bands are set to embark on a North America tour next summer: Hootie & The Blowfish and Barenaked Ladies.

The two groups have more than 40 shows planned across the country next summer.

TICKETS FOR HOOTIE & THE BLOWFISH TOUR

Led by lead vocalist and guitarist Darius Ruckerfolk-rock band Hootie & The Blowfish formed in South Carolina in 1986 and became famous in the 1990s and 2000s with hits like “Only Wanna Be With You,” “Let Her Cry” and “Time.” The group won two Grammy Awards in 1996 for their album Cracked Rear View, one of the top-selling records of the decade. On Monday night, the group reunited to sing “Only Wanna Be With You” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. 

Hootie announced a hiatus in 2007, although they have occasionally performed at charity events in recent years. Their last studio album, Looking for Lucky, was released in 2005, although they are working on new music that will be unveiled next year.

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Barenaked Ladies is a Canadian band that formed in Ontario in 1988 and are known for hits like “One Week,” “Brian Wilson” and “If I Had $1,000,000.” Their last album, Fake Nudes, was released in November 2017. The two-time Grammy nominees will serve as Hootie’s opening act for next summer’s tour.

Tickets for the two bands’ 2019 Group Therapy Tour will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. EST to the general public on StubHub.

Here is the full list of tour dates:

May 30 Virginia Beach, Va. Veterans United Amphitheater

May 31 Raleigh, N.C. Coastal Credit Amphitheater

June 1 Atlanta, Ga. Cellairis Amphitheater

June 6 Orange Beach, Ala. The Wharf

June 7 Tampa, Fla. MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

June 8 West Palm Beach, Fla. Coral Sky Amphitheatre

June 13 Austin, Texas Austin360 Amphitheater

June 14 Houston, Texas Cynthia Woods Pavilion

June 15 Dallas, Texas Dos Equis Pavilion

June 19 Phoenix, Ariz. AK-Chin Pavilion

June 21 Chula Vista, Calif. Mattress Firm Amphitheatre

June 22 Las Vegas, Nev. T-Mobile Arena

June 23 Irvine, Calif. Five Points Amphitheater

June 25 Los Angeles, Calif. Hollywood Bowl

June 28 Wheatland, Calif. Toyota Amphitheatre

June 29 Mountain View, Calif. Shoreline Amphitheatre

July 11 Englewood, Colo. Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre

July 13 Maryland Heights, Mo. Hollywood Casino

July 14 Rogers, Ark. The Walmart Arkansas Music Pavilion

July 19 Monticello, Iowa Great Jones County Fair

July 20 Cincinnati, Ohio Riverbend Music Center

July 21 Burgettstown, Penn. KeyBank Pavilion

July 26 Cleveland, Ohio Blossom Music Center

July 27 Bristow, Va. Jiffy Lube Live

July 28 Camden, N.J. BB&T Pavilion

August 2 Guilford, N.H. Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

August 3 Mansfield, Mass. Xfinity Center

August 4 Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Saratoga Performing Arts Center

August 8 Columbia, Md. Merriweather Post Pavilion

August 9 Canandaigua, N.Y. Constellation Brands-Marvin Sands Arts Center

August 10 New York, N.Y. Madison Square Garden

August 16 Detroit, Mich. DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 17 Noblesville, Ind. Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center

August 18 Des Moines, Iowa Iowa State Fair

August 22 St. Paul, Minn. Minnesota State Fair

August 23 East Troy, Wis. Alpine Valley Music Theatre

August 24 Tinley Park, Ill. Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

August 29 Toronto, Ont. Budweiser Stage

August 30 Hershey, Penn. Hersheypark Stadium

August 31 Hartford, Conn. XFINITY Theatre

September 5 Charlotte, N.C. PNC Music Pavilion

September 6 Birmingham, Ala. Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

September 7 Nashville, Tenn. Bridgestone Arena

 

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