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8th Aug 2012 5:07pm | By Dan Thorne
Surviving members of sixties pop sensation The Monkees will hit the road on tour again this November in the USA.
Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith and Peter Tork will be back in on stage in front of loyal and nostalgic Daydream Believer fans this November.
It's the first time the band have played together since the death of Davy Jones in February.
"This seems like a good time to do this – the right time. Who knows when we will get another chance?" Michael Nesmith told Rolling Stone magazine.
The twelve-date tour kicks off in Escondido, California and takes in LA, Chicago, Philadelphia, and New York.
The band cancelled a tour in 2011 abruptly citing 'business' reasons. "I am disappointed but the situation was unavoidable and I want to apologise to all the fans," said Micky Dolenz at the time.
The tour dates in full:
8th Nov: Escondido, CA - California Center for the Arts
9th Nov: Santa Barbara, CA - The Arlington Theatre
10th Nov: Los Angeles, CA - Greek Theatre
11th Nov: Cupertino, CA - Flint Center for the Performing Arts
15th Nov: Minneapolis, MN - State Theatre
16th Nov: Chicago, IL - The Chicago Theatre
17th Nov: Cleveland, OH - Lakewood Civic Auditorium
18th Nov: Buffalo, NY - The Center For The Arts
29th Nov Philadelphia, PA - Keswick Theatre
30th Nov: New Brunswick, NJ - State Theatre Regional Arts Center
1st Dec: Huntington, NY - The Paramount
2nd Dec: New York, NY - The Beacon Theatre
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