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According to Pitchfork, Andrew W.K. has announced his first set of shows with a full band in five years. Last summer, he went on a speaking tour to promote the general concept of partying, hitting all 50 U.S. states along the way, but this tour will be a bit more straightforward. This one, called the Party Never Dies Tour, will involves Andrew W.K. making a bunch of stops in the U.S. before playing a handful of shows in the United Kingdom (and one in Mexico for good measure). Pitchfork also points out that Andrew W.K. hasn’t released a new studio album since 2009, but that doesn’t make his support for basic party awareness any less meaningful.

You can see the full list of tour dates below.

Andrew W.K. The Party Never Dies Tour 207

9/14—Terminal West—Atlanta, GA

9/17—Riot Fest—Chicago, IL

9/18—First Avenue—Minneapolis, MN

9/20—Record Bar—Kansas City, MO

9/21—Summit Music Hall—Denver, CO

9/22—Metro Music Hall—Salt Lake City, UT

9/24—Neumos—Seattle, WA

9/25—Wonder Ballroom—Portland, OR

9/27—Independent—San Francisco, CA

9/29—The Regent—Los Angeles, CA

10/1—Crescent—Ballroom Phoenix, AZ

10/3—Mohawk—Austin, TX

10/4—House Of Blues—Dallas, TX

10/7—Ready Room—St. Louis, MO

10/8—Bogart’s—Cincinnati, OH

10/9—Mr. Smalls—Pittsburgh, PA

10/11—Theater Of Living Arts—Philadelphia, PA

10/12—Rock & Roll Hotel—Washington, DC

10/13—Warsaw—Brooklyn, NY

10/14—Brighton Music Hall—Boston, MA

10/17—Opera House—Toronto, Ontario

10/18—St. Andrew’s Hall—Detroit, MI

10/19—A&R Bar—Columbus, OH

10/20—The Rave—Milwaukee, WI

11/9—Wedgewood Rooms—Portsmouth, England

11/10—02 Forum Kentish Town—London, England

11/11—Great Hall At Cardiff—University Cardiff, Wales

11/12—Waterfront—Norwich, England

11/13—O2 Ritz—Manchester, England

11/14—Garage—Glasgow, Scotland

11/15—O2 Academy 2—Birmingham, England

11/18—Corona Capital—Mexico City, Mexico

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