Herbie Hancock performs on stage  at Arena Santa Giuliana during Umbria Jazz Festival on July 7, 2012 in Perugia, Italy.

Herbie Hancock performs on stage  at Arena Santa Giuliana during Umbria Jazz Festival on July 7, 2012 in Perugia, Italy. 

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Herbie Hancock and his band have set the dates for an extensive tour of Europe and the U.S. this summer and fall. Kicking off in June, the international outing will be the Grammy Award-winning artist’s first such full-band tour since 2011.

Hancock’s all-star band features Vinnie Colaiuta on drums, James Genus on bass, Lionel Loueke on guitar (through Monterey) and multi-instrumentalist Terrace Martin. Stateside stops include New York’s Beacon Theatre, The Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles and the Monterey Jazz Festival, when Hancock will be honored at the annual Jazz Legends Gala. In addition to selections from his vast catalog, Hancock will give fans a preview of his next album, which he's been recording for the past several years.

Here’s an exclusive look at the upcoming tour:

Hancock’s summer/fall tour schedule is as follows; additional dates will be announced soon:

Europe tour:
6/26 Lviv, Ukraine, Alfa Jazz Festival
6/29 Paris, France, La Seine Musicale
7/1 Glyndebourne, UK, Love Supreme Festival
7/2 Montreux, Switzerland, Montreux Jazz Festival - Stravinsky Hall
7/4 Vienna, Austria, Vienna Jazz Festival
7/6 Wadowice, Poland, Mlyn Jazz Festival Wadowice
7/7 Gent, Belgium, Gent Jazz Festival
7/8 Rotterdam, The Netherlands, North Sea Jazz Festival
7/9 Segré, France, Saveurs Jazz Festival
7/10 Stuttgart, Germany, Jazzopen
7/12 Vienne, France, Jazz a Vienne
7/13 Copenhagen, Denmark, Copenhagen Jazz Festival
7/14 Pori, Finland, Pori Jazz Festival
7/17 Nice, France, Nice Jazz Festival
7/19 Molde, Norway, Molde Jazz Festival
7/20 Reykjavik, Iceland, Harpa Hall
7/22 Amarante, Portugal, Mimo Festival
7/23 Freiburg, Germany, Zelt Music Festival
7/24 San Sebastian, Spain, Auditorio Kursaal
7/28 Marseille, France, Jazz des Five Continents
7/29 Marciac, France, Marciac Jazz Festival

U.S. tour:
8/6 Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre
8/7 New York, NY, Beacon Theatre
8/8 Washington, DC, Kennedy Center for Performing Arts
8/10 St. Louis, MO, Powell Symphony Hall
8/11 Kansas City, MO, Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts
8/14 Denver, CO, Denver Botanic Gardens
8/16 Albuquerque, NM, Kiva Auditorium
8/17 Mesa, AZ, Ikeda Theatre at Mesa Arts Center
8/19 Stateline, NV, Montbleu Resort Casino
8/20 Salt Lake City, UT, Red Butte Gardens
8/23 Hollywood, CA, Hollywood Bowl (with Kamasi Washington supporting)
9/15 Monterey, CA, Monterey Jazz Festival
9/17 Monterey, CA, Monterey Jazz Festival (duo with Chick Corea)