The Black Eyed Peas have finalized their summer tour plans, which in addition to headlining dates also include a handful of radio station-sponsored festivals plus three shows opening for Dave Matthews

The Black Eyed Peas have finalized their summer tour plans, which in addition to headlining dates also include a handful of radio station-sponsored festivals plus three shows opening for Dave Matthews Band. The trek comes in support of the Peas' new Interscope album, "Monkey Business," due June 7.

The itinerary gets underway June 11 at Atlanta's Music Midtown festival and will drop in on radio shows on June 24 in Sacramento, Calif., and the following day in Seattle. Venues have yet to be confirmed for any of the shows beyond the DMB opening appearances, which are set for July 31 at New York's Randall's Island and Aug. 12-13 in San Francisco.

"Monkey Business" is led by the single "Don't Phunk With My Heart," which made major jumps last week on several Billboard charts. It climbed 97-31 on the Hot 100 and 57-18 on the Pop 100, in addition to debuting at a chart-best No. 11 on Hot Digital Songs.

The new album sports guest spots from Justin Timberlake on "My Style," funk legend James Brown on "They Don't Want Music," Sting on "Union" and singer/songwriter Jack Johnson on "Gone Going Gone."