It’s official, former emo kids: Modest Mouse announced Tuesday that it's hitting the road in 2016 and bringing Brand New along with them. A press release related to the tour reveals the bands will be co-headlining, meaning fans will get “full” sets from each group.

Tickets for the joint tour, which kicks off on June 28 in Magna, Utah, are going to be in high demand, which could mean lengthy waits and disappointment for unlucky fans — a feeling anyone who tried to get tickets for Adele's most recent tour knows all to well. For those willing to take a gamble, we've gathered up all the information you need to know when purchasing your tickets.

How to Get Tickets: According to Modest Mouse’s official Twitter page, pre-sale tickets to the joint tour are available now on Sound Drink. Clicking the link featured in the band’s tweet will automatically place fans in a queue — but there’s a catch. The current wait for pre-sale tickets is estimated at more than one hour. Tickets will be made available to the public on Friday at noon EST.

Prices: At present it remains unclear how much each ticket will cost. A Twitter page dedicated to Brand New released a screenshot regarding a tour stop at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado. Tickets for that gig reportedly range from $45.95 to $55.

Concert Dates and Locations: According to Pitchfork, although Brand New and Modest Mouse are touring together, both bands have set up intermittent solo performances along the way. Modest Mouse will begin touring in Auckland, New Zealand, on March 19 before returning to the United States on April 28 for a performance in Shreveport, Louisiana. They will play their first show alongside Brand New in Magna, Utah, at Saltair on June 28.

Similarly, Brand New will be playing several shows without Modest Mouse in Canada from June 1 to June 11. Fans can visit Brand New or Modest Mouse's websites for more information about their solo performances. Below are a list of all dates the bands will be playing together:

  • June 28: Magna, Utah, at Saltair 
  • June 29: Morrison, Colorado, at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre 
  • July 1: Bonner Springs, Kansas, at the Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre 
  • July 2: Chicago at the Firstmerit Bank Pavilion 
  • July 3: Clarkston, Michigan, at the DTE Energy Music Theatre 
  • July 5: Pittsburgh at Stage AE 
  • July 6: Cary, North Carolina, at the Koka Booth Amphitheater 
  • July 8: Miami at the Bayfront Park Amphitheater 
  • July 9: Tampa, Florida, at the Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheatre 
  • July 10: Atlanta at the Chastain Park Amphitheater 
  • July 12: Columbia, Maryland, at the Merriweather Post Pavilion 
  • July 14: New York at Madison Square Garden 
  • July 15: Mansfield, Massachusetts, at the Xfinity Center 
  • July 16: Philadelphia at the Mann Center for Performing Arts 
  • July 19: Nashville at the Ascend Amphitheater 
  • July 21: Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the Bok Center 
  • July 22: Grand Prairie, Texas, at the Verizon Field 
  • July 23: Del Valle, Texas, at the Austin360 Amphitheater 
  • July 25: Phoenix at the Comerica Theater 
  • July 26: Chula Vista, California, at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre 
  • July 27: Inglewood, California, at the Forum 
  • July 28: Berkeley, California, at the Greek Theater 
  • July 30: Seattle at the Keyarena 
  • July 31: Portland, Oregon, at the Moda Center