After a banner year of chart-topping singles and a best-selling album, the Black Eyed Peas have announced plans to launch The E.N.D. World Tour...

After a banner year of chart-topping singles and a best-selling album, the Black Eyed Peas have announced plans to launch The E.N.D. World Tour 2010 with their first North American headline tour in about four years.

The 32-date venture begins February 4 with a performance at Philips Arena in Atlanta, GA, and concludes April 11 at General Motors Place in Vancouver, BC. The hip-hop group’s calendar also has them bound for shows on February 24 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY; March 13 at United Center in Chicago, IL; and March 29 at Staples Center in Los Angeles, CA.

Besides the final date of the tour leg, the Peas have only one other performance booked north of the border. A March 6 concert has been slated for Air Canada Centre in Toronto, ON.

Public onsales will begin December 12, but the group did not disclose the price range for tickets. However, a statement regarding the tour assured, “Ticket prices will carry reasonable value and will be accessible to all fans.”

Though the Peas have toured around the world in 2007 and even earlier this fall, the quartet hasn’t staged a North American leg since the 2006’s Monkey Business Tour. That outing featured nearly 30 concerts, including about 10 scheduled stops across the provinces.

The Black Eyed Peas are touring behind their fifth studio album “The E.N.D.,” released in June 2009. The album debuted atop the Billboard 200 and was certified Platinum in a little over three months, with sales now nearing the 1.4 million mark.

In addition to their success with sales, the group has also been breaking records on the Billboard charts. The first single “Boom Boom Pow” had the distinction of being the longest-running single in the No. 1 slot on the Hot 100 with a consecutive 12 weeks. When the first single was bumped out of the top position, it was replaced instantly by another Peas track, “I Gotta Feeling.” The second single went on for another record-breaking run of 14 consecutive weeks atop the chart.

Black Eyed Peas itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

February 4Atlanta, GAPhilips Arena
February 6Miami, FLAmerican Airlines Arena
February 9Jacksonville, FLVeteran’s Memorial Arena
February 10Tampa, FLSt. Pete Times Forum
February 12Nashville, TNNashville Arena
February 13Birmingham, ALBJCC Arena
February 16Columbus, OHSchottenstein Center
February 17Lexington, KYRupp Arena
February 19Raleigh, NCRBC Center
February 20Charlotte, NCTime Warner Cable Arena
February 23Washington, DCVerizon Center
February 24New York, NYMadison Square Garden
February 26Boston, MATD Garden
March 1Uniondale, NYNassau Coliseum
March 3Philadelphia, PAWachovia Center
March 4Pittsburgh, PAMellon Arena
March 6Toronto, ONAir Canada Centre
March 9Detroit, MIThe Palace
March 11Milwaukee, WIBradley Center
March 13Chicago, ILUnited Center
March 19Dallas, TXAmerican Airlines Center
March 20Tulsa, OKBOK Center
March 22St. Paul, MNXcel Energy Center
March 24Kansas City, MOSprint Center
March 25Des Moines, IAWells Fargo Arena
March 27Denver, COPepsi Center
March 29Los Angeles, CAStaples Center
March 31Glendale, Arena
April 2San Jose, CAHP Pavilion
April 7Sacramento, CAArco Arena
April 10Tacoma, WATacoma Dome
April 11Vancouver, BCGeneral Motors Place