The Black Keys and Modest Mouse will play the Amway in Orlando on Nov. 6

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The Black Keys are back, and they're coming to Orlando.

Today, the band announced a 31-date tour whose second leg kicks off in Florida with a Nov. 5 show at Sunrise's BB&T Center before it heads to Orlando's Amway Center on Nov. 6.



Modest Mouse and Shannon & The Clams will open those shows, but the tour skips Tampa, which hasn’t seen the Keys since a 2014 date at Amalie Arena.

Tickets for the Orlando and Sunrise shows become available to the general public on Friday, March 22 at 10 a.m. EDT. Fans will want to register with Ticketmaster's Verified Fan program in advance so that they may purchase tickets before the general public from March 19-21.



Check out the band’s new song, "Lo/Hi," below.


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