Popular acapella group Pentatonix have announced the North American dates for their upcoming 2016 World Tour.

The Grammy-winning group will play across North America, kicking things off in Sunrise, Florida at the BB&T Center and playing through May when the first leg wraps up at Maryland’s Merriweather Post Pavillion.

The group’s first full-length album full of original material debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 when it was released in October 2015, beating out pop star Demi Lovato’s Confident for the top spot, so their tour is likely to be a hot ticket.

Us The Duo (a folk-pop outfit consisting of husband-and-wife team Michael and Carissa Alvarado) will join Pentatonix to open the shows. A pre-sale for the tour begins Wednesday (February 10) at 10AM local time, while tickets for the general public will be released on Friday (February 12), also at 10AM local time.

Check out the full list of North American tour dates below.

April 13th -- Sunrise, F -- BB&T Center
April 14th -- Orlando, FL -- CFE Arena – University of Central Florida
April 16th -- Birmingham, AL -- Legacy Arena At The BJCC
April 17th -- St. Louis, MO -- Saint Louis University – Chaifetz Arena
April 19th -- Kansas City, MO -- Sprint Center
April 21st -- Broomfield, CO -- 1STBANK Center
April 23rd -- Las Vegas, NV -- Mandalay Bay Events Center
April 24th -- Berkeley, CA -- Greek Theatre
April 26th -- Portland, OR -- Theater of the Clouds at the Moda Center
April 27th -- Seattle, WA -- WaMu Theater
April 28th -- Vancouver, BC -- Pacific Coliseum
April 30th -- Santa Barbara, CA -- Santa Barbara Bowl
May 1st -- Los Angeles, CA -- Microsoft Theater
May 3rd -- San Diego, CA -- Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre
May 4th -- Phoenix, AZ -- Comerica Theatre
May 5th -- Las Cruces, NM -- Pan American Center
May 7th -- Tulsa, OK -- BOK Center
May 8th -- Austin, TX -- Frank Erwin Center
May 10th -- Nashville, TN -- Bridgestone Area
May 11th -- Raleigh, NC -- The Red Hat Amphitheater
May 12th -- Columbia, MD -- Merriweather Post Pavilion

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