This morning, The String Cheese Incident has announced a number of fall “Incidents” to help celebrate Halloween. In addition to confirming their customary three nights of headlining performances at Suwannee Hulaween (along with the rest of the event’s initial artist lineup) on October 26th, 27th, and 28th, The String Cheese Incident announced a pair of runs in the Northeast.

Following Hulaween, the band will head to the City of Brotherly Love for a two-night stand at The Fillmore Philadelphia on Wednesday, October 31st, and Thursday, November 1st. From there, String Cheese will head up to Worcester, Massachusetts, for a pair of shows at the Worcester Palladium on Friday, November 2nd, and Saturday, November 3rd.

Pre-sale tickets for both Philadelphia and Worcester will go on sale via the band’s website on Wednesday, May 30th, at 10 am ET. A public on-sale will follow on Friday, June 1st, at 10 am ET.

Before they mount their Halloween festivities, The String Cheese Incident has a slew of dates on the docket for this summer. First up is their two-weekend stint as the host band at Electric Forest (June 21st–24th; June 28th–July 1st), followed by two nights at High Sierra Music Festival (July 5th–6th). Next, they’ll head to Oregon for a two-night headlining stint at Cuthbert Amphitheatre (July 7th–8th). After that, the band will mount a 7-date run in their home state of Colorado, including a two-night stint at Telluride’s RIDE Festival (July 14th–15th), a two-night headlining run at the newly re-done Dillon Amphitheater (July 17th–18th), and a three-night return to Red Rocks (July 20th–22nd). They’ll also hit the inaugural Waterloo Music Festival in Austin, TX for a three-night headlining engagement on September 7th, 8th, and 9th.

For a full list of upcoming performances by The String Cheese Incident, or to grab your tickets today, head to the band’s website.