The Stone Roses Announce 2016 Reunion Concerts

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Ian Brown of The Stone Roses headlines the main stage during day 2 of the Isle of Wight Festival at Seaclose Park on June 14, 2013 in Newport, Isle of Wight. 

Influential British rockers the Stone Roses -- who paved the way for '90s bands like Blur and Oasis -- are reuniting for three U.K. concerts in summer 2016.

The Roses will play Manchester’s Etihad Stadium on June 17 and 18 and T in the Park festival on July 8 in Perthshire, Scotland. For the trio of shows, the lineup includes Ian Brown, John Squire, Gary Manny "Mani" Mounfield and Alan "Reni" John Wren. 

Tickets go on sale Nov. 6, without pre-sales. 

The band teased the reunion over the past few days around Manchester with viral marketing displays like these:

So far, no other dates have been announced. The band reunited in 2012 and last played live in 2013. Their last North American shows came at Coachella in 2013.

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The Manchester band is best known for its 1989 self-titled debut, one of the most acclaimed albums in British rock history. They followed it in 1994 with Second Coming and have not released a studio album since. No recording plans attached to the 2016 reunion have been announced.

While you're waiting for more, enjoy "She Bangs the Drums," perhaps the biggest jam from The Stone Roses: