Hayley Williams of Paramore
Paramore has revealed the dates for their 2017 tour. Pictured: Hayley Williams on Oct. 24, 2014 performing in Los Angeles. Getty Images

Fresh off releasing their latest album, “After Laughter,” Paramore is hitting the road for a tour. Kicking off on Sept. 6, Paramore will begin their “Tour Two” in Jacksonville, Florida before playing 23 more dates across the U.S. The band's tour also includes two dates in Chicago for the annual Riot Fest.

Tickets for Paramore’s 2017 tour will go on sale May 24 at 10 a.m. EDT, but a pre-sale through Ticketmaster’s Verified Fan program will begin on May 17 at 10 a.m. Following the Ticketmaster pre-sale, there will be an AT&T pre-sale on May 18, a Citi Cardmember pre-sale on May 20, and a Spotify and Live Nation pre-sale on May 23. Registration for pre-sale tickets can be done here, and tour dates can be seen below:

Sept. 6 – Jacksonville, Florida – Moran Theater
Sept. 8 – Miami, Florida – Fillmore Miami Beach at Jackie Gleason Theater
Sept. 9 – Orlando, Florida – Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts
Sept. 11 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Ovens Auditorium *
Sept. 13 – Washington, D.C. – MGM National Harbor Theater *
Sept. 15 – Detroit, Michigan – The Fox Theatre *
Sept. 16-17 – Chicago, Illinois – Riot Fest *
Sept. 19 – Sioux City, Iowa – Orpheum Theatre *
Sept. 21 – Denver, Colorado – BellCo Theatre *
Sept. 22 – Orem, Utah – Utah Valley University Events Center *
Sept. 24 – Oakland, California – Paramount Theatre *
Sept. 26 – Los Angeles, California – Greek Theater *
Sept. 27 – Phoenix, Arizona – Comerica Theatre *
Sept. 29 – Houston, Texas – Smart Financial Center at Sugar Land *
Sept. 30 – Dallas, Texas – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie *
Oct. 2 – Atlanta, Georgia – The Fox Theater *
Oct. 4 – New York, New York – Radio City Music Hall *
Oct. 7 – Boston, Massachusetts – Boston Opera House *
Oct. 10 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania – Sands Bethlehem Event Center *
Oct. 12 – Montreal, Quebec – St. Denis Theatre *
Oct. 13 – Toronto, Ontario – Massey Hall *
Oct. 15 – Akron, Ohio – Akron Civic Theatre *
Oct. 17 – Nashville, Tennessee – Ryman Auditorium *
* with Best Coast

After bursting onto the scene in 2005, Paramore has gone through a number of lineup changes which including losing Josh and Zac Farro in 2011 and bassist Jeremy Davis in 2015 following the release of their platinum-selling self-titled album.

But instead of calling it quits, Paramore continued on and eventually got member Zac Farro back when he rejoined in 2017. Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Hayley Williams said there were talks of starting a new band, but her and bandmate Taylor York decided against it.

“There were many talks over coffee with [Taylor York]. We thought, ‘Maybe we should start something new.’ But Taylor said to me, ‘If we start another band and people call it Paramore, you’re gonna be so mad. So you might as well just be Paramore.’ I actually think I could have been happy if we kept creating together and never put out a record, but the fact that we created an album and people can hear it — I’m still pinching myself,” said Williams.

As for Zac rejoining, Williams couldn’t be happier. “It feels like I’ve gotten a part of myself back! I’ve got one of my best friends in the world back, and I can’t wait to be on stage in front of people and turn around and see him again,” she told EW.