The Dixie Chicks announced North American dates for their MMXVI world tour Monday.

Natalie Maines, Martie Erwin Maguire and Emily Erwin Robison revealed the news on social media, telling fans, "[There's] no telling what'll happen when the Dixie Chicks return to the U.S. for the #DCXMMXVI World Tour!"

The North American leg will kick off June 1, 2015 in Cincinnati, Ohio, and come to a close Oct. 10 in Los Angeles, Calif. The venture marks the group's first major North American tour since the Accidents & Accusations tour, which ran from July to December in 2006.

The Dixie Chicks have sold over 30 million records and won 13 Grammy awards, including five for their 2006 album, Taking the Long Way. The record is their latest studio release, and includes the singles "Not Ready to Make Nice" and "Everybody Knows."

MMXVI North American dates:

June 1: Riverbend Music Center - Cincinnati, Ohio

June 3: Blossom Music Center - Cleveland, Ohio

June 4: DTE Energy Music Theatre - Detroit, Mich.

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June 5: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater - Chicago, Ill.

June 8: PNC Bank Arts Center - Holmdel, N.J.

June 10: First Niagara Pavilion - Pittsburgh, Pa.

June 11: Saratoga Performing Arts Center - Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

June 13: Madison Square Garden - New York, N.Y.

June 14: Xfinity Center - Boston, Mass.

June 16: Darling's Waterfront Pavilion - Bangor, Maine

June 17: Xfinity Theater - Hartford, Conn.

June 18: BB&T Pavilion - Camden, N.J.

June 21: Molson Canadian Ampitheatre - Toronto, ON

June 22 Molson Canadian Ampitheatre - Toronto, ON

June 24: Hershey Park - Hershey, Pa.

June 25: Jiffy Lube Live - Bristow, Va.

July 7: Rogers Arena - Vancouver, BC

July 8: White River Amphitheatre - Seattle, Wash.

July 9: Sunlight Supply Amphitheater - Portland, Ore.

July 12: Shoreline Amphitheater - Mountain View, Calif.

July 13: Toyota Amphitheater - Sacramento, Calif.

July 15: Sleep Train Amphitheater - San Diego, Calif.

July 16: Las Vegas Arena - Las Vegas, Nev.

July 17: Ak-Chin Pavilion - Phoenix, Ariz.

July 20: Irvine Meadows Amphitheater - Irvine, Calif.

Aug. 5: Gexa Energy Pavilion - Dallas, Texas

Aug. 6: Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion - Houston, Texas

Aug. 7: Austin360 Amphitheatre - Austin, Texas

Aug. 10: Farm Bureau Live - Virginia Beach, Va.

Aug. 12: Walnut Creek Amphitheatre - Raleigh, N.C.

Aug. 13. PNC Music Pavilion - Charlotte, N.C.

Aug. 14: Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre at Encore Park - Alpharetta, Ga.

Aug. 17: Bridgestone Arena - Nashville, Tenn.

Aug. 19: Midflorida Credit Union Amphitheater - Tampa, Fla.

Aug. 20: Perfect Vodka Amphitheater - West Palm Beach, Fla.

Aug. 24: Hollywood Casino Amphitheater - St. Louis, Mo.

Aug. 25: Klipsch Music Center - Indianapolis, Ind.

Aug. 27: Minnesota State Fair - Minneapolis, Minn.

Aug. 30: Sprint Center - Kansas City, Mo.

Sept. 1: Fiddler's Green Amphitheatre - Englewood, Colo.

Sept. 2: Usana Amphitheatre - Salt Lake City, Utah

Oct. 10: Hollywood Bowl - Los Angeles, Calif.