You may not be able to meet Incubus in outer space, but you can totally get the chance to see them live this fall when they head out on the road for their extensive fall tour. On Monday (May 6), the California-founded band unveiled a lengthy tour itinerary to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their third studio album, Make Yourself.
Dubbed the 20 Years of Make Yourself and Beyond tour, the trek will find the band performing at venues across the continent throughout September, October, November, and December. The 39-stop outing includes gigs in major cities such as San Francisco, Seattle, New York, Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Cincinnati, Austin, Atlanta, and more.
The excursion kicks off on Sept. 13 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver and concludes almost three months later on Dec. 7 at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach. Dub Trio, Wild Belle, and Le Butcherettes will open for Incubus throughout the long jaunt.
“Make Yourself was such a pivotal moment in our band and we are beyond excited to reintroduce this album to our audience while also showcasing the many musical roads it ultimately led us down,” frontman Brandon Boyd said in a press statement.
Pre-sales begin this Wednesday, May 8, at 10 a.m. local time. General ticket sales start this Friday, May 10, at 10 a.m. local time.
The band has not confirmed whether they will play the album in full or if their setlist will consist of songs from their lengthy discography.
Make Yourself was released in October 1999 and features some of Incubus’ biggest hits such as “Stellar,” “Pardon Me,” and “Drive.” While all three songs reached the top three spots on Billboard’s Alternative Songs chart, “Drive” is the act’s only song to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart where it peaked at number nine.
20 YEARS OF MAKE YOURSELF AND BEYOND TOUR DATES:
Sept. 13 — Denver, CO @ Fillmore Auditorium
Sept. 15 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
Sept. 17 — Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theater
Sept. 18 — Bonner, MT @ Kettlehouse Amphitheater
Sept. 24 — San Francisco, CA @ The Masonic
Sept. 26 — Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl
Sept. 28 — Dana Point, CA @ Ohana Music and Arts Festival Doheny State Beach
Oct. 3 — New York, NY @ Radio City Music Hall
Oct. 5 — Philadelphia, PA @ The Met Philadelphia
Oct. 8 — Boston, MA @ Boch Center Wang Theatre
Oct. 11 — Mashantucket, CT @ Foxwoods Resort
Oct. 12 — Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
Oct. 15 — Toronto, ON @ Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
Oct. 16 — Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre Detroit
Oct. 18 — Chicago, IL @ Aragon Ballroom
Oct. 21 — Kansas City, MO @ Uptown Theater
Oct. 24 — Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
Oct. 26 — Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre
Nov. 8 — Pittsburgh, PA @ Heniz Hall
Nov. 9 — Akron, OH @ Akron Civic Theatre
Nov. 11 — Cincinnati, OH @ Taft Theatre
Nov. 12 — Madison, WI @ The Sylvee
Nov. 14 — St. Louis, MO @ Stifel Theatre
Nov. 15 — Louisville, KY @ The Louisville Palace
Nov. 16 — Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Nov. 18 — Oklahoma City, OK @ The Criterion
Nov. 19 — Austin, TX @ ACL Live at the Moody Theater
Nov. 22 — Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory
Nov. 24 — Houston, TX @ Reventon Music Center
Nov. 26 — New Orleans, LA @ Fillmore New Orleans
Nov. 27 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
Nov. 29 — Orlando, FL @ Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 30 — St. Petersburg, FL @ The Mahaffey Theater
Dec. 1 — West Palm Beach, FL @ Kravis Center
Dec. 3 — Atlanta, GA @ Coca-Cola Roxy
Dec. 5 — Raleigh, NC @ The Ritz
Dec. 6 — Charlotte, NC @ The Fillmore Charlotte
Dec. 7 — Myrtle Beach, SC @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach