Deep Purple fans in the States will be able to get their concert fix this summer, when the band returns to the U.S. for a month-long tour.

The group's summer run, which finds the band continuing to promote 2013's Now What?! LP, comes after a series of dates scheduled for Mexico, set to begin May 27 in Puebla. Later in the summer, Deep Purple will embark on a European jaunt that will last through the fall. U.S. fans have the option of purchasing VIP packages that include exclusive access to better seats and special merchandise, as well as various commemorative goodies and the opportunity to attend meet-and-greets with the band (not including singer Ian Gillan). More information about the packages for specific dates is available at the band's website.

Deep Purple will make their return to the States just as former vocalist David Coverdale is wrapping up his own tour with Whitesnake in support of the band's new The Purple Album LP, which honors his tenure with the group by revisiting a number of songs he recorded as Deep Purple's lead singer. You can already hear The Purple Album's version of "Burn," and take a look at Deep Purple's upcoming tour dates below.

Deep Purple 2015 Tour 
5/27 — Puebla, Mexico
5/30 — Guadalajara, Mexico
5/31 — Leon, Mexico
6/03 — Zacatecas, Mexico
6/05 — Chihuahua, Mexico
6/07 — Ciudad Juarez, Mexico
7/14 – Lewiston, N.J.
7/22 – Englewood, N.J.
7/24 – Lynn, Mass.
7/25 – Port Chester, N.Y.
7/30 – Mashantucket, Ct.
8/02 – Nashville, Tenn.
8/04 – Sterling Heights, Mich.
8/05 – Columbus, Ohio
8/07 – Sioux City, Iowa
8/12 – Costa Mesa, Calif.
8/14 – Laughlin, Nev.
8/15 – Indio, Calif.

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