The early 2000s will be back in full swing this summer, proving that the emo revival is alive and well. Taste of Chaos is back for a full tour for the first time since 2010, and it'll be loaded with some pretty big bands between June 3 and July 16. Joining this year's tour will be Dashboard Confessional, Taking Back Sunday, Saosin with original frontman Anthony Green and The Early November. 

Last year the 2000s punk tour returned for one show in San Bernardino, California, following a five-year hiatus. The 2015 show included Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional, The Used, Thrice,  All-American Rejects and Blink-182's Mark Hoppus. Bands like My Chemical Romance, Silverstein, Senses Fail, Story of the Year and Avenged Sevenfold have all been a part of past tours. 

This year's Taste of Chaos Tour will give fans the opportunity to hear some new songs played live. Saosin will be putting out a new record soon, which will be their first album with Green since their 2003 EP "Translating the Name." Alternative Press reports that Taking Back Sunday's seventh LP is due out this fall, which means they're likely to debut a song or two on the upcoming tour. The Early November put out a new record called "Imbue" last May, while Dashboard Confessional hasn't had a full album since 2009's "After The Ending."

Looking to relive your teenage years, check out some new bands or to finally see bands from yesterday back together with their original lineup? We've gathered up all the information you need to know when purchasing your tickets for the 2016 Rockstar Energy Drink Taste of Chaos Tour:

How to Get Tickets: The Taste of Chaos website says tickets for the tour will go on sale Friday morning at 10 a.m. EDT. VIP packages to the show will also be available for purchase on Friday.

Prices: At present it remains unclear how much each ticket will cost. On Ticketmaster, prices range from $30 to over $70 based on which location you'd be attending. For example, at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, tickets range from $49.50 to $59.50.

Concert Dates and Locations: According to AbsolutePunk.net, there will be some other special guests popping up at a few select dates during the tour. Saves The Day will play the show in Holmdel, New Jersey, The Starting Line at the Philadelphia show and Motion City Soundtrack in New York. Saosin will also not appear at the Florida dates, or the shows in Las Vegas and Dallas. Below are a list of all dates the bands will be playing together:

  • June 3: Chicago at the FirstMerit Bank Pavilion
  • June 4: Sterling Heights, Michigan, at the Freedom Hill Amphitheater
  • June 5: Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn
  • June 7: Pittsburgh at the Petersen Events Center
  • June 8: Lewiston, New York, at Artpark
  • June 9: Mt. Pocono, Pennsylvania, at the Sherman Theater Summer Stage
  • June 10: Columbus, Ohio, at Columbus Commons
  • June 11: Cincinnati, Ohio, at the PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center
  • June 12: Cleveland at Jacobs Pavilion At Nautica
  • June 14: Boston at the Blue Hills Bank Pavilion
  • June 15: Portland, Maine, at Maine State Pier
  • June 16: Wallingford, Connecticut, at the Oakdale Theatre
  • June 17: Holmdel, New Jersey, at PNC Bank Arts Center
  • June 18: Wantagh, New York, at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theater
  • June 19: Philadelphia at Festival Pier
  • June 21: Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Uptown Amphitheater
  • June 22: Alpharetta, Georgia, at Verizon Wireless Amphitheater
  • June 24: Miami at Bayfront Park Amphitheater
  • June 25: Tampa, Florida, at MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheater
  • June 26: Tallahassee, Florida, (Venue to be determined)
  • June 27: Bossier City, Louisiana, at CenturyLink Center
  • June 29: Kansas City at The Crossroads
  • June 30: Oklahoma City at Criterion Theater
  • July 1: Dallas at South Side Ballroom
  • July 2: Houston at the Revention Music Center
  • July 3: Cedar Park, Texas, at the Cedar Park Center
  • July 5: Papillion, Nebraska at Sumtur Amphitheater
  • July 6: Morrison, Colorado, at Red Rocks Amphitheater
  • July 7: Magna, Utah, at The Great Salt Air
  • July 8: Boise, Idaho, at the Revolution Event Center
  • July 9: Everett, Washington, at the XFINITY Arena
  • July 10: Eugene, Oregon, at Cuthbert Amphitheater
  • July 12: Concord, California, at Concord Pavilion
  • July 13: Fresno, California, at the Rotary Amphitheater
  • July 14 Phoenix at Comerica Theater
  • July 15: Las Vegas at The Cosmopolitan Hotel
  • July 16: San Bernardino, California, at San Manuel Amphitheater