After the commercial and artistic success of their 2012 and 2013 tours, the Monkees are taking the show on the road once again. The group have announced a 14-date tour that kicks off in New Hampshire and winds up in Cleveland, Ohio.

"Can't wait to hang out with Papa Nez and the Torkmiester," Dolenz said in a press release, "Looking forward to great music, great fun and truck-stop chili dogs at 4 a.m."

The three surviving members of the legendary act regrouped following the passing of Davy Jones in early-2012. It was the first time Michael Nesmith had joined his mates on a full-fledged U.S. tour since he first left the band in 1970, although he was on a 1997 U.K. tour.  "Happy to be going back out playing the music," Nesmith said in a press release. "Sure we will have fun."

The tour was first announced at the recent Monkees Convention in New Jersey. “Why don't we do a tour?” Dolenz told the convention crowd, “Why don't we do a tour in the middle of May? Does that sound like a good idea?” Ultimately confirming, “We're doing it. We are touring.”

In conjunction with the tour, Rhino Records is issuing a deluxe three-disc version of their 1966 debut album. Nesmith is also heading out on his own for a few stops. "I'm off on another solo tour in April and May -- Movies of the Mind -- before I go out with the Monkees," he announced on his Facebook page.

Monkees 2014 Tour Dates

5/22 -- Hampton, NH
5/23 -- Atlantic City, NJ
5/24 -- Newark, NJ
5/25 -- Huntington, NY
5/27 -- Bethlehem, PA
5/28 -- Greensburg, PA
5/30 -- Detroit, MI
5/31-- Merrilville, IN
6/1 -- Milwaukee, WI
6/2 -- Minneapolis, MN
6/4 -- Kansas City, MO
6/5 -- St. Louis, MO
6/6 -- Cincinnati, OH
6/7 -- Cleveland, OH

Mike Nesmith Solo 2014 Dates

4/14 -- Indio, CA
4/29 -- West Hollywood, CA
4/30 -- Solana Beach, CA
5/1 -- Napa, CA
5/3 -- Grass Valley, CA
5/4 -- San Francisco, CA
5/6 -- Seattle, WA
5/7 -- Portland, OR