CKY is hitting the road in celebration of the band’s 25th anniversary.

The outing, dubbed the New Reason to Dream tour, kicks off May 2 in Savannah, Georgia, and concludes May 26 in Hampton Beach, New Hampshire. Crobot will also be on the bill.

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CKY’s debut album, 1999’s Volume 1, turned 25 in February. The record includes CKY’s signature single, “96 Quite Bitter Beings,” which was famously used in the Tony Hawk Pro Skater 3 video game.

The current CKY lineup includes original members Chad I Ginsburg and Jess Margera, brother of Bam Margera. Founding singer Deron Miller left the group in 2011, and Ginsburg currently handles lead vocals.

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