Credit: Udo SpreitzenbarthThe Beach Boys kick off an expansive new international trek with a two-night stand this Thursday and Friday at London’s famous Royal Albert Hall.

Dubbed the Wild Honey World Tour — in honor of the band’s acclaimed 1967 album Wild Honey — the outing will visit a variety of venues in the U.K., Ireland and mainland Europe before heading to the U.S. for a lengthy series of dates running well into the fall.

The U.S. portion of the tour, which will feature more than 70 performances, gets underway June 30 in New Buffalo, Michigan, and is plotted out through a November 19 concert in North Tonawanda, New York.

“We are so excited to begin our Wild Honey World Tour. It is such an amazing experience to witness generations of fans, from all corners of the world, come together to celebrate our music,” says founding Beach Boys frontman Mike Love. “It is incredible to see our fans, show after show, city after city, country after country, dancing and singing along to these songs we have loved and performed for decades.”

Actor John Stamos, who has played drums with The Beach Boys on and off since 1985, will join the band for its U.K. and European shows from May 24 to June 5.

Meanwhile, The Beach Boys also are scheduled to give a special performance on November 8 on 2017 edition the Malt Shop Memories Cruise.

Here are all of The Beach Boys’ confirmed U.S. dates, according to the band’s official website:

6/30 — New Buffalo, MI, Four Winds Casino Resort
7/2 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Pavilion
7/6 — Rapid City, SD, Rushmore Civic Hall
7/7 — Casper, WY, Casper Events Center
7/8 — Park City, UT, Deer Valley Snow Park Outdoor Amphitheater
7/9 — Nampa, ID, Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater
7/13 — Davenport, IA, Adler Theatre – Rivercenter
7/14 — Manchester, IA, Delaware County Fair
7/15 — Chippewa Falls, WI, Northern Wisconsin State Fair
7/16 — Washburn, WI, Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua
7/26 — Grand Rapids, MI, Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
7/27 — Sterling Heights, MI, Freedom Hill
7/28 — Huber Heights, OH, Rose Music Center @ The Heights
7/29 — Lancaster, OH, Ohio University Lancaster
7/30 — Asheville, NC, Biltmore Estate – South Terrace Stage
8/3 — Fort Wayne, IN, Foellinger Theatre
8/4 — Fishers, IN, Conner Prairie
8/5 — Fishers, IN, Conner Prairie
8/6 — Milwaukee, WI, Wisconsin State Fair
8/9 — East Providence, RI, Bold Point Park
8/10 — Hampton Beach, NH, Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
8/11 — Cohasset, MA, South Shore Music Circus
8/12 — Nantucket, MA, Jetties Beach
8/13 — Hyannis, MA, Cape Cod Melody Tent
8/15 — Great Barrington, MA, The Mahaiwe Theatre
8/16 — Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse
8/17 — New York, NY, Beacon Theatre
8/18 — Jim Thorpe, PA, Penn’s Peak
8/19 — Ocean Grove, NJ, The Great Auditorium
8/20 — Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap Filene Center
8/21 — Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier (two shows)
8/22 — Ocean City, NJ, Ocean City Music Pier (two shows)
8/23 — Ocean City, MD, The Performing Art Center at The Roland E Powell Convention Center (two shows)
8/25 — Syracuse, NY, New York State Fairgrounds
8/26 — Chautauqua, NY, Chautauqua Amphitheater
9/14 — Puyallup, WA, Washington State Fair
9/15 — Las Vegas, NV, The Smith Center For The Performing Arts
9/16 — Laughlin, NV, Edgewater Hotel And Casino
9/17 — Mesa, AZ, Ikeda Theater
9/21 — Sacramento, CA, Community Center Theater
9/22 — Saratoga, CA, The Mountain Winery
9/23 — San Diego, CA, Humphrey’s by the Bay (two shows)
9/24 — Cerritos, CA, Cerritos Center for the Performing Arts
10/6 — Biloxi, MS, Beau Rivage MGM Resort & Casino
10/7 — Biloxi, MS, Beau Rivage MGM Resort & Casino
10/10 — Dallas, TX, Majestic Theatre (Dallas)
10/11 — San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theatre
10/13 — College Station, TX, Rudder Auditorium, College Station
10/14 — Lake Charles, LA, Golden Nugget Lake Charles
10/15 — Galveston Island, TX, The Grand 1894 Opera House
10/21 — Norman, OK, Riverwind Casino
10/22 — Kansas City, MO, The Midland
10/23 — Columbia, MO, Jesse Auditorium
10/24 — Normal, IL, Braden Auditorium
10/25 — Benton Harbor, MI, Mendel Center
10/26 — Tiffin, OH, Ritz Theatre
10/27 — Akron, OH, Akron Civic Theatre
10/28 — Cincinnati, OH, Aronoff Center for the Arts
10/29 — Paducah, KY, Carson Center
10/30 — Richmond, KY, EKU Center for the Arts
11/2 — Memphis, TN, Orpheum Theatre
11/3 — Chattanooga, TN, Tivoli Theatre
11/4 — Birmingham, AL, Alabama Theatre
11/5 — Savannah, GA, Johnny Mercer Theatre
11/14 — Schenectady, NY, Proctors
11/15 — Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center
11/16 — Indiana, PA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Kovalchick Convention Center
11/17 — Hagerstown, MD, Maryland Theatre
11/18 — Pittsburgh, PA, Heinz Hall for the Performing Arts
11/19 — North Tonawanda, NY, Riviera Theatre

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