Neil Young and Crazy Horse are going back on the road for the first time since 2004. Beginning Oct. 3 in Windsor, Ontario, they will play arenas 23 cities across North America before finishing up on Dec. 4 in Bridgeport, Ct. Young will also co-headline the Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival with Metallica on Aug. 10-12.

Between his new album, ‘Americana,’ which will be released tomorrow (June 5), and a second album recorded with Crazy Horse of which little is known, Young will have plenty of new material to draw from, as well as his extensive back catalog.

Los Lobos will open up most of the shows on the tour. Beginning with the Nov. 23 show, Patti Smith will be the support act for the final seven dates. $1.00 from every ticket sold will benefit the Bridge School, which Young helped found in 1986.

Neil Young and Crazy Horse Tour Dates

8/10-12 – San Francisco, Calif.

10/3 – Windsor, Ontario

10/5 – Kingston, Ontario

10/6 – London, Ontario

10/8 – Cleveland, Ohio

10/9 – Pittsburgh, Pa.

10/11 – Chicago, Ill.

10/13 – Austin, Texas

10/14 – Tulsa, Okla.

10/17 – Los Angeles, Calif.

10/26-28 – New Orleans, La.

11/10 – Seattle, Wash.

11/11 – Vancouver, British Columbia

11/13 – Calgary, Alberta

11/14 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

11/16 – Winnipeg, Manitoba

11/19 – Toronto, Ontario

11/23 – Montreal, Quebec

11/24 – Ottawa, Ontario

11/26 – Boston, Mass.

11/27 – New York, N.Y.

11/29 – Philadelphia, Pa.

11/30 – Fairfax, Va.

12/4 – Bridgeport, Ct.