(Photo: Andrew W.K., The Power Of Partying Tour)

With the battle between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump threatening to tear this country in half (hopefully not literally), it’s important for Americans to know that they have a third option. No, we don’t mean whining about Bernie Sanders on Reddit. We’re talking about Andrew W.K. and The Party Party he announced back in March, which he’ll be taking on a countrywide speaking tour later this summer to bring a little positivity to this election and—we assume—to promote partying in general.

Dubbed “The Power Of Partying,” a press release says the tour will be “an intimate celebration of discussion, a pep rally for the inner spirit, and an optimistic look at the overwhelming intensity of life.” It’ll also involve W.K. “continuing his eternal mission to defend and promote human joy, and the never-ending collective search to find truth through partying.” W.K. won’t just be stopping in the swing states either, as the Power Of Partying tour will actually hit all 50 states in the U.S., including the boring ones that nobody likes and the stuck-up ones that think they’re so great.

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Tickets will go on sale this Friday, and you can see the full list of tour dates below.

Andrew W.K.’s The Power of Partying Speaking Tour

9/15—Revolution Brewing Tap Room—Chicago, IL

9/22 — Austin, TX — The North Door—Austin, TX

9/29 — Honolulu, HI — The Republik—Honolulu, HI

10/1 — Anchorage, AK — The Tap Root—Anchorage, AK

10/3 — Seattle, WA — Neumos—Seattle, WA

10/4 — Portland, OR — Revolution Hall—Portalnd, OR

10/6 — Jackson Hole, WY — Pink Garter Theatre—Jackson Hole, WY

10/7 — Bozeman, MT — The Eagles Ballroom—Bozeman, MT

10/8 — Boise, ID — Neurolux—Boise, ID

10/9 — Salt Lake City, UT — Urban Lounge—Salt Lake City, UT

10/11 — Englewood, CO — Gothic Theatre—Englewood, CO

10/13 — Las Vegas, NV — The Bunkhouse Saloon—Las Vegas, NV

10/14 — Mecca, CA — Desert Daze—Mecca, CA

10/17 — Phoenix, AZ — Phoenix Masonic Temple—Phoenix, AZ

10/19 — Santa Fe, NM — Meow Wolf—Santa Fe, NM

10/21 — Norman, OK — Opolis—Norman, OK

10/22 — Wichita, KS — Barleycorn’s—Wichita, KS

10/23 — Omaha, NE — Waiting Room—Omaha, NE

10/24 — Sioux Falls, SD — Icon Lounge—Sioux Falls, SD

10/25 — Fargo, ND — Sanctuary Events Center—Fargo, ND

10/26 — Saint Paul, MN — Turf Club—Saint Paul, MN

10/27 — Madison, WI — High Noon Saloon—Madison WI

10/28 — Des Moines, IA — Temple Theater—Des Moines, IA

10/29 — St. Louis, MO — The Ready Room—St. Louis, MOS

10/30 — Little Rock, AR — Revolution Music Room—Little Rock, AR

10/31 — Baton Rouge, LA — Manship Theatre—Baton Rouge, LA

11/1 — Oxford, MS — Proud Larry’s—Oxford, MS

11/3 — Nashville, TN — Marathon Music Works—Nashville, TN

11/4 — Birmingham, AL — Saturn—Birmingham, AL

11/5 — Athens, GA — 40 Watt Club—Athens, GA

11/6 — Tallahassee, FL — Club Downunder—Tallahassee, FL

11/7 — West Columbia, SC — New Brookland Tavern—West Columbia, SC

11/8 — Carrboro, NC — The ArtsCenter—Carrboro, NC

11/9 — Richmond, VA — Capital Ale House—Richmond, VA

11/10 — Charleston, WV — Labelle Theatre—Charleston, WV

11/11 — Louisville, KY — Zanzabar—Louisville, KY

11/12 — Bloomington, IN — Rhino’s Youth Center—Bloomington, IN

11/13 — Detroit, MI — Masonic Temple Chapel—Detroit, MI

11/14 — Cleveland, OH — Capitol Theatre—Cleveland, OH

11/16 — Philadelphia, PA — Trinity Center for Urban Life—Philadelphia, PA

11/17 — Washington, D.C. — Black Cat—Washington, DC

11/18 — Baltimore, MD — Soundstage—Baltimore, MD

11/19 — Arden, DE — Gild Hall—Arden, DE

11/20 — Brooklyn, NY — Music Hall of Williamsburg—Brooklyn, NY

11/21 — Asbury Park, NJ — House of Independents—Asbury Park, NJ

11/25 — Burlington, VT — First Unitarian Church—Burlington, VT

11/26 — Portland, ME — SPACE Gallery—Portland, ME

11/27 — Portsmouth, NH — 3S Artspace—Portsmouth, NH

11/28 — Boston, MA — Paradise—Boston, MA

11/29 — Hamden, CT — The Space—Hamden, CT

11/30 — Providence, RI — Columbus Theatre—Providence, RI

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