The rockers of Incubus will head-out on a tour this fall to celebrate the 20th anniversary of their hit record Make Yourself. 

The 20 Years of Make Yourself Tour & Beyond will kick-off on September 13 at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, Colorado. From there, the group will stop in cities like San Francisco, Washington D.C., Detroit, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. They’ll hit Connecticut’s Foxwoods Resort, New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium before wrapping-up at the House of Blues in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina on December 7. Dub Trio, Wild Belle, and Le Butcherettes will provide support, varying per date.

“We are so looking forward to this Fall tour,” vocalist Brandon Boyd said in a press release. “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. See you soon!”

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Make Yourself, the group’s third studio album, was released via Epic Records in October 1999. The album went double platinum and included hit singles “Pardon Me,” “Stellar,” and “Drive,” which charted within the top three on the Billboard Alternative Songs chart. Described as nu metal/alternative rock, the record strays from their previous work like 1995’s Fungus Amongus and S.C.I.E.N.C.E. in 1997. Throughout their career, the band went on to release albums like 2004’s A Crow Left of the Murder and their most recent, 8.

During the tour, Incubus will play songs from the Make Yourself era, as well as other tracks from throughout their nearly 30-year career.

View the band’s full list of upcoming tour dates below.

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Incubus – 20 Years of Make Yourself & Beyonf 2019 Tour

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Fri, September 13 Denver, CO Fillmore Auditorium*
Sun, September 15 Salt Lake City, UT The Complex*
Tues, September 17 Seattle, WA Paramount Theater*
Wed, September 18 Bonner, MT Kettlehouse Amphitheater*
Fri, September 20 Portland, OR Keller Auditorium*
Tues, September 24 San Francisco, CA The Masonic*
Thurs, September 26 Santa Barbara, CA Santa Barbara Bowl*
Sat, September 28 Dana Point, CA Ohana Music and Arts Festival Doheny State Beach*
Thurs, October 3 New York, NY Radio City Music Hall+
Sat, October 5 Philadelphia, PA The Met Philadelphia+
Tues, October 8 Boston, MA Boch Center Wang Theatre +
Fri, October 11 Mashantucket, CT Foxwoods Resort+
Sat, October 12 Washington, DC Warner Theatre+
Tues, October 15 Toronto, ON Sony Centre for the Performing Arts+
Wed, October 16 Detroit, MI Fox Theatre Detroit+
Fri, October 18 Chicago, IL Aragon Ballroom+
Mon, October 21 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater+
Thurs, October 24 Phoenix, AZ Comerica Theatre+
Sat, October 26 Los Angeles, CA Greek Theatre+
Fri, November 8 Pittsburgh, PA Heinz Hall^
Sat, November 9 Akron, OH Akron Civic Theatre^
Mon, November 11 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre^
Tues, November 12 Madison, WI The Sylvee^
Thurs, November 14 St. Louis, MO Stifel Theatre^
Fri, November 15 Louisville, KY The Louisville Palace^
Sat, November 16 Indianapolis, IN Murat Theatre at Old National Centre^
Mon, November 18 Oklahoma City, OK The Criterion^
Tues, November 19 Austin, TX ACL Live at The Moody Theater^
Fri, November 22 Irving, TX The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory^
Sun, November 24 Houston, TX Revention Music Center^
Tues, November 26 New Orleans, LA Fillmore New Orleans^
Wed, November 27 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium^
Fri, November 29 Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts^
Sat, November 30 St. Petersburg, FL The Mahaffey Theater^
Sun, December 1 West Palm Beach, FL Kravis Center^
Tues, December 3 Atlanta, GA Coca-Cola Roxy^
Thurs, December 5 Raleigh, NC The Ritz^
Fri, December 6 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore Charlotte^
Sat, December 7 Myrtle Beach, SC House of Blues Myrtle Beach^

*with Dub Trio
+with Wild Belle
^with Le Butcherettes