If you grew up as a Jonatic, or a fan of the Jonas Brothers, chances are you hit most of, if not all of, their tours promoting their run of albums from 2006 to 2009 (and more than likely screamed your head off). The band hit the road again in 2019 with the release of their comeback album as a band, Happiness Begins — but now you have the chance to see them (and scream your head off) again on their most ambitious tour yet.

Today, Jonas Brothers announced the Tour, a massive slate of 35 dates at stadiums and arenas where they'll perform five albums every night. The Tour comes in support of the release of the band's new album, The Album (due out May 12), and after five sold-out Broadway residency shows and two upcoming dates at Yankee Stadium selling out.

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Now, the tour will kick off in New York at Yankee Stadium on Aug. 12 and continue throughout late summer and early fall throughout North America, with stops in cities like Chicago, Philadelphia, Atlanta, and more, before wrapping up in Miami on Oct. 12.

Tickets will be sold through Verified Fan presale, which fans can begin registering for now through this Saturday, May 6. Fans will then receive an access code to be able to participate in the presale, which kicks off Tuesday, May 9. There are also a presales for Citi cardmembers and Verizon customers, and the general onsale, which will include just a limited number of tickets, will begin on Friday, May 12 at 10 a.m. local time.

See the full slate of tour dates below.