Widespread Panic will make its return to Red Rocks Amphitheatre June 25th–27th, the band announced on Monday. This latest announcement adds to an ever-growing list of tour dates for the jam stalwarts.

Last year marked the first year since 2012 that Widespread Panic did not perform at Red Rocks, with the group confirming in April that it would not play the iconic Morrison, CO venue. The wait is now over for fans, who will be able to purchase tickets when they go on sale on Saturday at 10 a.m. MT via the band’s website. No capacity limits were listed with the announcement. Red Rocks is currently held to a 2,500-person limit for socially distant concerts, although capacity limits are likely to be increased in the coming weeks and months.

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This latest announcement brings the start of Panic’s tour up to June, with the trek beginning at Red Rocks. Widespread Panic has already announced stops in Wilmington, NC (7/16–18); Austin, TX (8/13–15); and Napa, CA (8/27–29) for the summer months. The band will continue through the fall with shows at New York’s Beacon Theatre (9/16–20); Mempho Music Festival in Tennessee (10/1); Milwaukee, WI (10/21–24); and Chicago, IL (11/17–19); before closing out the year at The Fox Theatre in Atlanta, GA (12/28–31).