Nickelback will be on the road for another season, as the Canada-based rock band extends the Dark Horse World Tour that launched with a...

Nickelback will be on the road for another season, as the Canada-based rock band extends the Dark Horse World Tour that launched with a U.S. leg in summer 2009.

The tour’s next leg begins September 14 at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, and concludes more than a month later on October 30 at MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas, NV. Three Days Grace and Buckcherry are the marked opening acts for the fall run.

The 25-city circuit includes stops on September 24 at Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA; October 12 at New Orleans Arena in New Orleans, LA; and October 23 at ARCO Arena in Sacramento, CA. As it stands now, the Canadian band hasn’t confirmed any dates north of the border for this round of touring.

Ticket presales open today, July 8, on Nickelback’s official fan club, and run through July 16. Once the presales have closed, remaining ticket allotments will be available to the general public starting July 17.

Ticket prices begin around $40 and continue into the $60 to $80 range, depending on the venue, according to current listings on Exceptions include Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, CT, where price tiers have been set at $90 and $110, and Honda Center in Anaheim, CA, where prices (less fees) run from $25.50 up to $75.50.

In addition to last summer’s 30-city outing that launched the “Dark Horse” venture, Nickelback also completed a spring 2010 tour leg, which visited another 30 markets across the United States and Canada. According to a press release, the band sold more than 1.6 million tickets worldwide for the tour since 2009.

Nickelback itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

September 14Nashville, TNBridgestone Arena
September 15Fort Wayne, INAllen County War Memorial Coliseum
September 17Pittsburgh, PAConsol Energy Center
September 18Detroit, MIJoe Louis Arena
September 21Buffalo, NYHSBC Arena
September 22Albany, NYTimes Union Center
September 24Mansfield, MAComcast Center
September 25Hershey, PAHersheypark Stadium
September 28Uncasville, CTMohegan Sun Arena
September 29Newark, NJPrudential Center
October 1Columbus, OHNationwide Arena
October 2Cleveland, OHQuicken Loans Arena
October 8Lexington, KYRupp Arena
October 10North Little Rock, ARVerizon Arena
October 12New Orleans, LANew Orleans Arena
October 15The Woodlands, TXThe Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
October 16Oklahoma City, OKFord Center
October 18Denver, COPepsi Center
October 20Salt Lake City, UTEnergySolutions Arena
October 22Anaheim, CAHonda Center
October 23Sacramento, CAARCO Arena
October 26Concord, CASleep Train Pavilion
October 27Fresno, CASave Mart Center
October 29Phoenix, AZCricket Wireless Pavilion
October 30Las Vegas, NVMGM Grand Garden Arena