The Disco Biscuits announced 19 tour dates throughout spring and into early summer, titled “Act 1”, on Monday.

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The announcement featured 15 new show dates, in addition to previously-announced appearances at Electric Forest, their own Camp Bisco, and a two-night run at Denver, CO’s Mission Ballroom May 8th-9th. The new tour features stops at many iconic venues including a three-night run at The Fillmore Philadelphia in the band’s hometown, followed by a two-night run at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Between their Mission Ballroom run and Electric Forest, the Biscuits will also play two nights at The Caverns in Pelham, TN. Additional dates provide stops in St. Louis, MO; Kansas City, MO; Minneapolis, MN; New Orleans, LA; and Birmingham, AL.

The Disco Biscuits are winding down their first full-fledged tour in a decade, as they play The Ritz in Raleigh, NC on Wednesday, January 15th, then the next night at The Fillmore Charolette the following evening. The tour comes to close on January 18th as the band finishes a two-night run at The Fillmore Silver Spring in Maryland.

It was announced later that same afternoon that The Disco Biscuits will postpone their four remaining shows on winter tour, as bassist Marc Brownstein recovers from surgery to re-attach his retina. However, Brownstein assured fans that the spring shows will go on as planned and that “there will be touchdowns. Many of them.”

Tickets and a full list of tour dates are available through the band’s website.