Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea have unveiled plans to embark on an international tour.

The jazz piano icons will spend much of this Spring and Summer on the road together for what will be their first joint musical venture since 1978.

The tour kicks off in Seattle, WA on March 14 and will run all the way through to July 19, making 15 stops in North America before heading overseas for select dates in Europe, Asia, and Australasia.

The last time Hancock and Corea toured together in February 1978, the pair recorded several of their performances and released two live acoustic albums: CoreaHancock and An Evening with Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea: In Concert. Each album featured one of the pair’s favorite performances from the tour.

With a bit of luck, we could see another album come out of this tour as well…

While the North American dates are fresh, the European dates were announced just over a month ago, so our euro readers will want to act fast if you want to secure tickets. At the time of writing, there were just 4 seats remaining for the pair’s performance at the 2,000 seat Barbican in London, England.

Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea 2015 International Tour Dates:

March 14: Paramount Theatre – Seattle, WA
March 15: Chan Shun Concert Hall – Vancouver, BC
March 17: Boettcher Concert Hall – Denver, CO
March 19: Zellerbach Hall (University of California) – Berkeley, CA
March 20: Copley Symphony Hall – San Diego, CA
March 21: Walt Disney Concert Hall – Los Angeles, CA
March 22: Granada Theater – Santa Barbara, CA
April 9: Carnegie Hall – New York, NY
April 10: Kennedy Center Concert Hall – Washington, DC
April 11: Academy Of Music – Philadelphia, PA
April 12: Symphony Hall – Boston, MA
April 14: Massey Hall – Toronto, ON
April 16: Hill Auditorium – Ann Arbor, MI
April 17: Symphony Center – Chicago, IL
April 18: The Palladium – Carmel, IN
July 4: Olympia – Paris, France
July 5: Palais Des Beaux Arts – Brussels, Belgium
July 6: Barbican -London, England
July 19: Coll Jazz Festival – Lisbon, Portugal
** Additional Asian and Australasian dates TBA.