Selena Gomez has announced show dates for the upcoming North American “Revival” tour as well as her special guests: Joe Jonas and his pop band DNCE.

The American leg of “Revival” tour kicks off on May 6 in Las Vegas and will be wrapped up on July 9 in Anaheim. Joining the “Hands To Myself” singer is her former fellow Disney Channel star Joe Jonas, who’s bringing along his new pop rock band DNCE.

On Wednesday (Feb 24) Jonas shared on Instagram a snapshot of his band and Gomez getting some kind of a slumber party on saying they’d be “going on tour together”.

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Selena Gomez herself also shared an announcement video on Facebook.

DNCE Joins The REVIVAL Tour

SO excited to have DNCE supporting me this summer on the #REVIVALtour, even though they broke into my apartment to tell me!

Posted by Selena Gomez on Wednesday, 24 February 2016

“I am ready to get back on the road and see my fans in person!” Gomez said in a statement. “This album marks a new and very important chapter in my life. I cannot wait to get on stage and perform this new material.”

Her guests DNCE was formed in 2015 by Joe Jonas (vocals), Jack Lawless (drums), Cole Whittle (bass), and JinJoo Lee (guitar). The group signed with Republic Records, and released debut single “Cake by the Ocean” in 2015.

Check “Revival” tour dates again below.

May 6 – Las Vegas, NV, USA – Mandalay Bay
May 8 – Fresno, CA, USA – Save Mart Center
May 10 – Sacramento, CA, USA – Sleep Train Arena
May 11 – San Jose, CA, USA – SAP Center
May 13 – Seattle, WA, USA – Key Arena
May 14 – Vancouver, Canada – Rogers Arena
May 16 – Edmonton, Canada – Rexall Place, Edmonton
May 17 – Calgary, Canada – Scotiabank Saddledome
May 19 – Saskatoon, Canada – SaskTel Centre
May 20 – Winnipeg, Canada – MTS Centre
May 22 – Toronto, Canada – Air Canada Centre
May 23 – London, Canada – Budweiser Gardens
May 25 – Ottawa, Canada – Canadian Tire Centre
May 26 – Montréal, Canada – Bell Centre
May 28 – Boston, MA, USA – TD Garden
May 29 – Uncasville, CT, USA – Mohegan Sun
Jun 1 – Brooklyn, NY, USA – Barclays Center
Jun 2 – Newark, NJ, USA – Prudential Center
Jun 4 – Washington, DC, USA – Verizon Center
Jun 5 – Cincinatti, OH, USA – US Bank Arena
Jun 7 – Charlotte, NC, USA – Time Warner Cable Arena
Jun 9 – Atlanta, GA, USA – Philips Arena
Jun 10 – Orlando, FL, USA – Amway Center
Jun 11 – Miami, FL, USA – AmericanAirlines Arena
Jun 14 – New Orleans, LA, USA – Smoothie King Center
Jun 15 – Houston, TX, USA – Houston Toyota Center
Jun 17 – Austin, TX, USA – Frank Erwin Center
Jun 18 – Dallas, TX, USA – American Airlines Center
Jun 19 – Tulsa, OK, USA – BOK Center
Jun 21 – Nashville, TN, USA – Bridgestone Arena
Jun 22 – Louisville, KY, USA – KFC Yum! Center
Jun 24 – Detroit, MI, USA – The Palace of Auburn Hills
Jun 25 – Chicago, IL, USA – United Center
Jun 26 – St. Louis, MO, USA – Scottrade Center
Jun 28 – Minneapolis, MN, USA – Xcel Energy Center
Jun 29 – Milwaukee, WI, USA – Summerfest
Jul 1 – Kansas City, MO, USA – Sprint Center
Jul 2 – Denver, CO, USA – Pepsi Center
Jul 5 – Phoenix, AZ, USA – Talking Stick Resort Arena
Jul 6 – San Diego, CA, USA – Valley View Casino Center
Jul 8 – Los Angeles, CA, USA – Staples Center
Jul 9 – Anaheim, CA, USA – Honda Center

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