Aussie up-and-comers The Veronicas haven’t headlined a U.S. tour in three years, but will return with a vengeance later this season. The twin sisters will begin their jaunt with a series of May “warm-up” concerts before launching their headlining Revenge Is Sweeter Tour in June.

Mainly comprised of radio station concerts, the spring warm-up begins April 29 at Arizona Stadium in Tucson, AZ, and ends May 17 at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA. Headlining dates kick off June 4 at Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI, and close out July 18 at Elitch Gardens in Denver, CO.

In total, sisters Jessica and Lisa Origliasso will complete 40 concerts from coast to coast. Highlights of the main tour leg include a June 12 concert at the House of Blues in New Orleans, LA, a June 21 gig at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA, a July 1 show at Black Sheep in Colorado Springs, CO, and a July 11 performance at Metro/Smart Bar in Chicago, IL.

The Veronicas are touring in support of their sophomore album “Hook Me Up,” originally released in their native Australia in November 2007. The record has hit No. 107 on the Billboard 200 and peaked atop the Heatseekers chart. The first U.S. single “Untouched” is also climbing the charts, with top 20 positions on the Hot 100, Pop 100 and Hot Digital Songs lists.

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This is the second U.S. headlining tour for The Veronicas. The duo made their stateside debut in early 2006, playing small clubs in nearly 30 cities across the nation. Ironically, one of the tour’s opening acts was American sibling trio Jonas Brothers. In a reversal of fortunes in summer 2008, The Veronicas returned the favor by supporting select dates of Jonas Brothers’ headlining Burning Up Tour.

The Veronicas have provided support on a number of U.S. tours over the years, including pop performer Ashlee Simpson in 2006 and Hanson’s Walk Around the World Tour in 2008.

The Veronicas itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

April 29 Tucson, AZ Last Smash Platinum Bash @ Arizona Stadium
May 1 Saint Petersburg, FL The State Theatre
May 2 Lake Buena Vista, FL House of Blues
May 3 Agawam, MA Six Flags New England
May 5 San Antonio, TX 96.1 Mixfest @ Hemisfair Park
May 6 Austin, TX 96.7 Summer Concert @ Austin Music Hall
May 8 Little Rock, AR Revolution
May 9 Nashville, TN Rocketown
May 10 Louisville, KY Headliners Music Hall
May 12 Columbus, OH Skully’s Music Diner
May 13 Pittsburgh, PA Diesel Club Lounge
May 15 Camden, NJ Q102 Q Concert@ Susquehanna Bank Center
May 17 Mansfield, MA KISS 108 FM Concert @ Comcast Center
June 4 Providence, RI Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
June 7 Fishkill, NY Dutchess Stadium
June 9 Norfolk, VA NorVa
June 10 Greenville, SC The Handlebar
June 12 New Orleans, LA House of Blues
June 13 Baton Rouge, LA Varsity Theatre
June 14 Memphis, TN Hi-Tone Cafe
June 16 Oklahoma City, OK Diamond Ballroom
June 17 Dallas, TX House of Blues
June 20 Bonner Springs, KS Capitol Federal Park @ Sandstone
June 21 San Francisco, CA Golden Gate Park
June 23 Los Angeles, CA Music Box @ Fonda
June 24 Vallejo, CA Six Flags Discovery Kingdom
June 26 Portland, OR Hawthorne Theatre
June 28 Seattle, WA Neumos
June 30 Salt Lake City, UT Club Sound
July 1 Colorado Springs, CO Black Sheep
July 3 Bessemer, AL Alabama Adventure
July 5 Milwaukee, WI Summerfest
July 7 Sauget, IL Pop’s
July 8 Des Moines, IA People’s
July 10 Saint Paul, MN Station 4
July 11 Chicago, IL Metro / Smart Bar
July 12 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection
July 14 Cleveland Heights, OH Grog Shop
July 17 Philadelphia, PA Theatre of the Living Arts
July 18 Denver, CO Elitch Gardens