Always keeping their fans in mind, Paramore are gearing up for an intimate tour to show just how much they appreciate the support.

Entitled 'Paramore: Writing the Future,' the series of gigs will not take Paramore to the big arenas they're used to playing but instead to smaller, more theater-like venues. Kicking off in Augusta, Ga. on April 27, Paramore will head all over the country including New York City, Baltimore, Dallas and Los Angeles. They will also be heading to Hangout Music Festival.

While we're all set on calling this a "tour," frontwoman Haley Williams sets the record straight, saying this isn't a tour but a "little event" -- a "celebration" instead.

"What wouldn't feel right is saying goodbye to this time in the band's career and not celebrating it with our fans in some special way," she said in a statement. "So we've decided to do one last little run with it. Smaller shows, beautiful theaters ... As we acknowledge the past few years (and more) of everything we've been through together, we're also looking forward together at all there is to come."

Copeland will be joining Paramore on their non-fest dates. Tickets go on sale starting Monday (Jan. 26) at 9AM for Paramore's email subscribers. Everyone else will have to wait until Jan. 30 at 10AM.

'Paramore: Writing the Future' 2015 Tour
April 27 -- Augusta, Ga. -- Bell Auditorium
April 28 -- Clearwater, Fla. -- Ruth Eckerd Hall
May 3 -- Rosemont, Ill. -- Rosemont Theatre
May 5 -- Boston -- Citi Wang Theatre
May 6 -- New York City -- Beacon Theatre
May 8 -- Atlantic City, N.J. -- The Borgata
May 9 -- Uncasville, Conn. -- Mohegan Sun Arena
May 11 -- Baltimore -- Meyerhoff Theatre
May 12 -- Louisville, Ky. -- Palace Theatre
May 14 -- New Orleans -- Saenger Theatre
May 15-16 -- Gulf Shores, Ala. -- Hangout Festival
May 17 -- Nashville -- Grand Ole Opry House
May 19 -- Dallas -- Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
May 20 -- El Paso, Texas -- Abraham Chavez Theatre
May 22 -- San Diego -- SDSU Open Air Theatre
May 23 -- Los Angeles -- Dolby Theatre
May 25 -- Portland, Ore. -- Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

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