Wilco have expanded their summer concert schedule with the addition of three new shows, one near their homebase of Chicago and two at Red Rocks in Colorado, the band announced.

Jeff Tweedy and company will perform at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colo., on June 22-23, with the Punch Brothers providing support on the first night and Dr. Dog opening a day later. Diehards interested in attending both shows can buy a travel package that includes lodging for around $1,000.

The other new gig takes place on July 8 at Fifth Third Bank Ballpark in Geneva, Ill. -- home of the Kane County Cougars minor league baseball team -- with Andrew Bird and the Congregation. After the concert, fans will be treated to a fireworks display. A pre-sale for all three shows begins April 4.

Wilco are touring behind their latest release, 2011's 'The Whole Love,' which earned a Grammy nomination for Best Rock Album earlier this year but lost out to Foo Fighters' 'Wasting Light.' The band begins a U.S. tour in May, followed by several European festival dates in August. Check out their complete itinerary here.