Irish modern rock act the Cranberries will begin an extensive world tour Feb. 17 in Copenhagen. The trek, in support of last year's MCA set "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee," will play European locales t

Irish modern rock act the Cranberries will begin an extensive world tour Feb. 17 in Copenhagen. The trek, in support of last year's MCA set "Wake Up and Smell the Coffee," will play European locales through an April 29 date in Montpellier, France, and will hit North America shortly thereafter. The album's second single, "Time Is Ticking Out," won't hit radio and video outlets in March, but the clip can be viewed on the band's official Web site.

"We are all really excited about the tour kicking off this year in Copenhagen, a city we haven't visited since we started our careers," lead singer Delores O'Riordan said in a statement. "We intend to visit many new countries this year - including Latin America (a part of the world we have not been to), Asia, and America."

In addition, Universal is prepping all four of the band's past albums for reissue later this year. Each of the albums will be expanded with bonus material, and will also be packaged together as a boxed set.

Here are the Cranberries' tour dates:

Feb. 17: Copenhagen (Vega)
Feb. 19: Stockholm (Arena)
Feb. 21: Berlin (Columbiahalle)
Feb. 22: Dusseldorf, Germany (Philipshalle)
Feb. 24: Vienna (Bank Austria Halle)
Feb. 26: Geneva (Geneva Arena)
Feb. 27: Zurich (Hallenstadion)
March 10: Bologna, Italy (Palamalaguti)
March 11: Toulon, France (Zenith)
March 13: Madrid (Palacio Vista Alegre)
March 15: Barcelona (Palau Sant Jordi)
March 16: San Sebastian, Spain (Velodromo)
March 18: Lille, France (Le Zenith)
March 28: Brussels (Forest Nationale)
March 29: Amsterdam (Heineken Music Hall)
March 31: Frankfurt, Germany (Jahrhunderthalle)
April 2: Amneville, France (Galaxie)
April 3: Stuttgart, Germany (Liederhalle Beethovensaal)
April 5: Milan (Fila Forum)
April 6: Lyon, France (Halle Tony Garnier)
April 8: Paris (Bercy)
April 9: Bourges, France (Festival)
April 19: Oslo (Rockefeller Music Hall)
April 21: Hamburg, Germany (Sporthalle)
April 23: Prague (Arena)
April 25: Katowice, Poland (Spodek)
April 27: Munich, Germany (Kuntspark)
April 29: Montpellier, France (Zenith)