Credit: Udo SpreitzenbarthBrian Wilson is touring this year with a special show celebrating the 50th anniversary of The Beach Boys‘ classic album, Pet Sounds. Now his old band has announced they’re launching their own trek marking the 50th anniversary of the group’s #1 hit, “Good Vibrations.”

The 50 Years of Good Vibrations tour gets underway June 17 in Pala, California, and is mapped out all the way through a December 17-18 engagement in The Village, Florida.

The Beach Boys’ tour will include a number of special concert performances, including a July 4 show at the Coney Island boardwalk in New York City, and a July 19 event at The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., that will commemorate Pet Sounds‘ 50th anniversary. The latter gig will feature the band performing with the National Symphony Orchestra, and will include a number of surprise guests.

Before the tour kicks off, The Beach Boys will perform at the 27th annual National Memorial Day Concert, which takes place this Sunday, May 29, in Washington, D.C. The show, which honors the men and women serving in the U.S. armed forces, will air live on PBS and on the American Forces Network stating at 8 p.m. ET. The special will be hosted by Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinise, also will include performances by country star Trace Adkins, opera great Renee Fleming, and singer/actress Katherine McPhee.

In other news, a release date has been set for Beach Boys frontman Mike Love‘s upcoming memoir, Good Vibrations: My Life as a Beach Boy. The book, which Love co-wrote with James S. Hirsch, will be released September 13. Pre-order it now at Penguin.com/GoodVibrationsBook.

Here are all of the confirmed North American dates on The Beach Boys’ 50 Years of Good Vibrations tour:

6/17 — Pala, CA, Starlight Theater
6/18 — Lincoln, CA, Thunder Valley Casino Resort
6/23 — Layton, UT, Edward Kenley Centennial Amphitheatre
6/24 — Layton, UT, Edward Kenley Centennial Amphitheatre
6/25 — Fort McDowell, AZ, Fort McDowell Casino
6/26 — Arcadia, CA, Los Angeles County Arboretum
6/29 — St. John’s, NL, Canada, Mile One Centre
6/30 — Liverpool, NS, Canada, Queens Place Emera Centre
7/1 — Truro, NS, Canada, Rath Eastlink Community Centre
7/4 — Brooklyn, NY, Amphitheater at Coney Island Boardwalk
7/6 — White Plains, NY, Westchester County Center
7/7 — Portland, ME, Main State Pier
7/8 — Hampton Beach, NH, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
7/9 — Boston, MA, Wilbur Theater
7/10 — Webster, MA, Indian Ranch
7/11 — Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier
7/12 — Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier
7/13 — Wilmington, DE, Grand Opera House
7/14 — Selbyville, DE, Freeman Stage at Bayside
7/15 — Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center
7/16 — Ocean Grove, NJ, The Great Auditorium
7/17 — Bethlehem, PA, Sands Bethlehem Center
7/18 — Lancaster, NE, American Music Theatre
7/19 — Washington, DC, Kennedy Center
7/21 — Sylvania, OH, Centennial Terrace
7/22 — Saginaw, MI, FirstMerit Bank Event Park
7/29 — Fredericksburg, VA, Celebrate Virginia After Hours
8/5 — Aurora, IL, Rive Edge Park
8/6 — Duluth, MN, AMSOIL Arena
8/7 — Minneapolis, MN, State Theatre
8/8 — Sioux Falls, SD, Empire State Fair
8/11 — Lancaster, NE, Pinewood Bowl Theater
8/12 — Cedar Rapids, IA, McGrath Amphitheatre
8/13 — Lac Du Flambeau, WI, Lake of the Torches Casino
8/14 — Milwaukee, WI, Wisconsin State Fair
8/16 — Cleveland, OH, Jacob Pavilion at Nautica
8/17 — Cincinnati, OH, PNC Pavilion
8/18 — Huber Heights, OH, The Rose Music Center at The Heights
8/19 — Indianapolis, IN, Farm Insurance Lawn at White River State Park
8/20 — Sterling Heights, MI, Freedom Hill Amphitheater
8/21 — Grand Rapids, MI, Mejer Gardens Amphitheater
9/9 — Bakersfield, CA, Bright House Networks Amphitheater
9/11 — Saratoga, CA, The Mountain Winery
9/29 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Fallsview Casino Resort
9/30 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Fallsview Casino Resort
10/1 — Niagara Falls, ON, Canada, Fallsview Casino Resort
10/2 — Greenburg, PA, Palace Theater
10/4 — San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theatre
10/5 — Stafford, TX, Stafford Center
10/7 — Biloxi, MS, Beau Rivage – MGM Resort & Casino
10/8 — Biloxi, MS, Beau Rivage – MGM Resort & Casino
11/17 — Santa Rosa, CA, Luther Burbank Center for the Arts
11/18 — Stockton, CA, Bob Hope Theatre
11/19 — Thousand Oaks, CA, Fred Kavli Theatre
11/20 — Palm Desert, CA, McCallum Theatre for the Performing Arts
12/5 — Lawrence, KS, Lied Center of Kansas
12/11 — Avon Park, FL, Alan Jay Wildstein Center for the Performing Arts
12/12 — Sarasota, FL, Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
12/13 — Clearwater, FL, Ruth Eckerd Hall
12/14 — Ft. Myers, FL, Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall
12/15 — Miami, FL, Knight Concert Hall
12/16 — West Palm Beach, FL, Dreyfoos Hall (Krevis Center)
12/17 — The Village, FL, Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center
12/18 — The Village, FL, Sharon L. Morse Performing Arts Center

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