Courtesy of TCT ArtistsAll four surviving Zombies members will reunite for a new tour next year that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the British Invasion band’s acclaimed 1968 album Odessey and Oracle. The trek, which gets under way with a North American leg starting on March 17 show in Glenside, Pennsylvania, will feature The Zombies’ final full-length performances of the record.

The tour will be part of a two-year celebration of Odessey and Oracle that will include the March 2017 release of a coffee-table book focusing on the making of the album and featuring handwritten lyrics, artwork from artist Terry Quirk — who designed the cover art — and more.

The Zombies’ tour will feature the band’s original bassist and drummer, Chris White and Hugh Grundy, joining the group’s current lineup, which is led by founding frontman Colin Blunstone and keyboardist/singer Rod Argent. The Zombies also feature bassist Jim Rodford — a former member of The Kinks and Argent — his son Steve on drums, and guitarist Tom Toomey.

Tickets for the upcoming concerts will go on sale this Friday, October 21, while American Express Card members will have the chance to buy special pre-sale tickets to select shows starting on Wednesday, October 19.

The North American leg is mapped out through an April 29 in Los Angeles, and the tour will then visit the U.K. and mainland Europe later in 2017.

White and Grundy also joined The Zombies on a 2015 tour featuring full-length performances of Odessey and Oracle.

Here are all of the confirmed North American dates:

3/17 — Glenside, PA, The Keswick Theatre
3/18 — Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn’s Peak
3/20 — Durham, NC, The Carolina Theatre of Durham
3/21 — Virginia Beach, VA, Sandler Center for the Performing Arts
3/23 — Washington, D.C., 9:30 Club
3/25 — New York, NY, The Town Hall
3/28 — Boston, MA, The Wilbur Theatre
3/30 — Ridgefield, CT, The Ridgefield Playhouse
3/31 — Northampton, MA, Calvin Theatre
4/1 — Montreal, QC, Canada, Cinéma Impérial
4/2 — Toronto, ON, Canada, The Danforth Music Hall
4/4 — Royal Oak, MI, Royal Oak Music Theatre
4/5 — Lorain, OH, The Lorain Palace Theater
4/7 — Biloxi, MS, Golden Nugget Casino Hotel Biloxi
4/8 — Atlanta, GA, Variety Playhouse
4/9 — Nashville, TN, Tennessee Performing Arts Center James K. Polk Theater
4/11 — Springfield, IL, UIS Sangamon Auditorium at University of Illinois Springfield
4/13 — Chicago, IL, Thalia Hall
4/15 — Madison, WI, The Barrymore Theatre
4/17 — Minneapolis, MN, First Avenue
4/18 — Winnipeg, MB, Canada, Club Regent Casino Concert Bowl
4/21 — Vancouver, BC, Canada, The Commodore Ballroom
4/22 — Seattle, WA, The Showbox Presents
4/23 — Portland, OR, Aladdin Theater
4/25 — Berkeley, CA, UC Theatre
4/29 — Los Angeles, CA, venue to be announced

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