June 6 (UPI) -- The Darkness is bringing its Permission to Land 20th anniversary tour to North America.
The British rock band announced U.S. dates for the tour Tuesday on social media.
The North American leg of the tour begins Oct. 3 in San Francisco and concludes Oct. 22 in Washington, D.C.
The Darkness previously announced European dates for the tour in March. The European dates kick off in November.
The new tour celebrates the 20th anniversary of The Darkness' debut album, Permission to Land, released in July 2003. The album features the hit single "I Believe in a Thing Called Love."
"When Permission to Land landed, twenty short years ago, we were bathed in shock and awe. As if by magic, Rock wasn't dead! Fun wasn't banned! And Spandex was almost acceptable again..." frontman Justin Hawkins said in a statement.
"Well, guess what? Twenty years on, the same rules apply," he added. "So please to squeeze yourselves into those inappropriate leggings, back-comb your mullet, splash on a big handful of attitude, and come celebrate with us! We promise everything and we deliver, every time. Bring on the next twenty!"
Each concert will see The Darkness perform Permission to Land in its entirety, along with other fan-favorite tracks.
The band will also celebrate the anniversary by releasing an expanded, deluxe version of Permission to Land this year.
Here's the full list of U.S. dates for the Permission to Land 20th anniversary tour:
Oct. 3 - San Francisco, at The Masonic
Oct. 4 - Sacramento, at Ace of Spades
Oct. 6 - Los Angeles, at The Wiltern
Oct. 7 - Tempe, Ariz., at Marquee Theatre
Oct. 8 - Las Vegas
Oct. 10 - Denver, at Summit Music Hall
Oct. 11 - Kansas City, Mo., at The Truman
Oct. 13 - Chicago, at The Vic Theatre
Oct. 14 - Indianapolis, at The Vogue
Oct. 15 - Detroit, at Saint Andrew's Hall
Oct. 17 - Boston, at Big Night Live
Oct. 18 - New York City, at Terminal 5
Oct. 19 - Philadelphia, at Franklin Music Hall
Oct. 21 - Sayreville, N.J., at Starland Ballroom
Oct. 22 - Washington, D.C., at 9:30 Club