After announcing last week that they'd be going on indefinite hiatus, emo-punk outfit Motion City Soundtrack have revealed dates for what will be their final tour.

The tour is split into two legs: the first begins May 5 in Portland, Ore. and the second begins June 2 in Omaha, Neb. The Spill Canvas and Microwave will open.

The finale will be in the band's hometown of Mineapolis on June 24, but MCS are also set to play the Starland Ballroom in New Jersey on Aug. 6.

Tickets for the tour go on sale Friday, March 18 at 10AM local time.

Motion City Soundtrack Tour Dates

5/5       Portland, OR               Roseland
5/6       Seattle, WA                 The Showbox
5/8       Sacramento. CA         Ace of Spades
5/9       San Francisco, CA     The Regency
5/11     Anaheim, CA              House of Blues
5/12     Los Angeles, CA         Belasco
5/14     San Diego, CA            House of Blues
5/15     Phoenix, AZ                Press Room
5/17     Austin, TX                   Emo’s
5/18     Dallas, TX                   Gas Monkey Live
5/19     Houston, TX                Numbers
5/21     Lawrence. KS             Granada
5/22     Des Moines. IA           Wooly’s
6/2       Omaha, NE                 Slowdown
6/3       St. Louis, MO              The Pageant
6/4       Indianapolis, IN           Deluxe
6/5       Detroit, MI                   St Andrew’s
6/7       Toronto, ON                The Phoenix Concert Theater
6/8       Pittsburgh, PA             Mr. Smalls
6/10     Washington, DC          930 Club
6/11     Philadelphia, PA          Electric Factory
6/12     Boston. MA                 Paradise Rock Club
6/15     Hartford, CT                Webster
6/16     New York, NY             Irving Plaza
6/18     Wantagh, NY              Jones Beach Amphitheater
6/20     Cleveland, OH            House of Blues
6/22     Milwaukee, WI            The Rave
6/24     Minneapolis, MN         Varsity Theater

Last week, the band posted this statement about their hiatus:

It has been a quiet winter for us. We’ve had some time at home after a very busy 2015. With this time, we've been able to think about the past, present, and future of Motion City Soundtrack. All of this thinking has lead to several conversations, and these conversations have lead us to a very bittersweet realization: We have no idea what the future holds, but for now we are done."

Motion City Soundtrack formed in 1997 and released studio albums through last year's Panic Stations. If you need a refresher, look no further than the gallery below.

Worst to First: Every Motion City Soundtrack Album Ranked