Arcade Fire have announced an extensive tour in tangent with the release of their sixth studio album, We, which dropped today via Columbia Records. The band’s forthcoming run has been split into two regional tours. The European dates will happen in September, followed by a 13-stop North American jaunt that will take up the month of November. 

The 19-stop European tour will begin on Aug. 30, when Arcade Fire performs at Dublin’s 3 Arena with accompaniment by special guest Feist. They will make an appearance at the Utilita Arena Birmingham on Sept. 2. The band will play at Manchester’s AO Arena the following day, ahead of a Sept. 5 gig at OVO Hydro in Glasgow. 

Then, on Sept. 8, Arcade Fire will take the stage at London’s The O2. Following several stops in the United Kingdom, they’ll head to the northern region of France for a performance in Lille on Sept. 11. After that, Arcade Fire will continue their tour with stops in major cities, including Cologne, Paris, Milan, Munich, Madrid, Lisbon, Amsterdam and Berlin, before wrapping things up with a show at COS Torwar in Warsaw, Poland, on Oct. 1.

The North American leg of the tour will pick up on Oct. 28, when the band performs at The Anthem in Washinton, D.C., alongside special guests Beck, who will play only acoustics. Arcade Fire will perform several East Coast gigs ahead of the first West Coast show of the tour, which is scheduled for Nov. 11 at The Kia Forum in Los Angeles.

The band will stop at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle on Nov. 22 before heading to Canada for three shows. The tour’s last stop will land on Dec. 1, when Arcade Fire performs at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto. 

In addition, Arcade Fire shared that they will be the musical guest on Saturday Night Live this weekend. The performance will mark the band’s fifth appearance on the beloved sketch comedy show.

Tickets for Arcade Fire’s upcoming tour go on sale Friday, May 13 at 10 a.m. local time. 

See the band’s complete list of tour dates below.