Home Free have announced a fall tour that will include two special album release shows for their just-announced Dive Bar Saints album. The group made the big announcement on their YouTube page, recording a special message for their fans.

The Dive Bar Saints World Tour officially kicks off in September after summer release shows in Minneapolis and Chicago. The run — which is worldwide — will travel the United States and fourteen countries through March 2020 and will include two nights in Nashville at the historic Ryman Auditorium. More tour dates in Canada and Australia will be announced at a later date.

Home Free's live show features both covers and original music. Every noise and sound you hear during their show comes from only their voice boxes, no instruments whatsoever. The group's covers of classic country music bring a new life to each of the songs that make you want to get up, dance and sing along.

Their new shows will feature songs from their upcoming album Dive Bar Saints, which offers even more original music. Tenor Rob Lundquist says, "We can’t wait to take this music out on the road and see our Home Fries all over the world this year."

The group's previous Timeless World Tour spanned 14 countries, playing more than 140 concerts to fans across the world. Tickets and VIP packages for their album release shows go on sale to the public on Friday, May 17 at 10AM local time.

Home Free's 2019 Dive Bar Saints World Tour Dates:

July 22: Minneapolis (Album Release Show)
July 25: Chicago (Album Release Show)

Sept. 18: Fresno, Calif @ Saroyan Theatre
Sept. 20: Bakersfield, Calif. @ The Fox Theatre
Sept. 21: San Diego, Calif. @ Humphreys by the Bay
Sept. 22: Tucson, Ariz. @ Fox Tucson Theatre
Sept. 24: Midland, Tex. @ Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
Sept. 25: Oklahoma City, Ok. @ Hudiburg Chevrolet Center at Rose State College
Sept. 26: Houston @ Cullen Performance Hall
Sept. 27: Dallas @ Majestic Theatre
Sept. 28: San Antonio, Texas. @ Majestic Theatre
Oct. 1: Fort Smith, Ark. @ ArcBest Performing Arts Center
Oct. 2: Springfield, Mo. @ Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts
Oct. 4: Peoria, Ill. @ Peoria Civic Center
Oct. 5: Joliet, Ill. @ Rialto Square Theatre
Oct. 6: Nashville, Ind. @ Brown County Music Center
Oct. 8: Louisville, Kent. @ Brown Theatre
Oct. 9: Ashland, Kent. @ Paramount Arts Center
Oct. 11: Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
Oct. 12: Nashville, Tenn. @  Ryman Auditorium
Nov. 1: Wilmington, Del. @ The Grand Opera House
Nov. 2: Boston, Mass. @ Lynn Auditorium
Nov. 3: Albany, NY. @ Palace Theatre
Nov. 4: Portland, Maine @ Westbrook Performing Arts Center
Nov. 6: Glenside, Penn. @ Keswick Theatre
Nov. 7: Pittsburgh, Penn. @Carnegie Music Hall
Nov. 8: Atlantic City, N.J. @ Harrah's Resort Atlantic City (18+)
Nov. 9: Buffalo, N.Y. @ UB Center for the Arts
Nov. 10: New York, N.Y. @ Town Hall
Feb. 21: Leuven, Belgium @ Het Depot
Feb. 23: Amsterdam, Netherlands @ RAI Theatre
Feb. 24: Hamburg, Germany @ Fabrik
Feb. 25: Copenhagen, Denmark @ Hotel Cecil
Feb. 26: Skive, Denmark @ Skive Theater
Feb. 28: Stockholm, Sweden @ Göta Lejon
Feb. 29: Gothenburg, Sweden @ Concerthouse
Mar. 1: Oslo, Norway – Oslo Konserthus
Mar. 3: Cologne, Germany – E-Werk
Mar. 4: Hannover, Germany – Capitol-Hochhaus Hannover
Mar. 6: Berlin, Germany – Columbia Theater
Mar. 7: Warsaw, Poland – Klub Proxima
Mar. 9: Prague, Czech Republic – Lucerna Music Bar
Mar. 10: Vienna, Austria – Arena Wien
Mar. 12: Milan, Italy – Serraglio
Mar. 13: Munich, Germany – Alte Kongresshalle
Mar. 14: Zurich, Switzerland – X-TRA
Mar. 15: Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
Mar. 17: Manchester, England, UK – O2 Ritz Manchester
Mar. 18: Glasgow, Scotland, UK – Saint Luke’s
Mar. 19: Birmingham, England, UK – O2 Academy
Mar. 20: London, England, UK – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire