The three went on a reunion tour last year after Jones’ death and the response, Dolenz told Rolling Stone, convinced them that they should keep going.
“The reaction to the last tour was euphoric," Dolenz said. "It was pretty apparent there was a demand for another one.”
Tour dates run from the Port Chester performance to Aug. 18, when the trio will perform in Portland, Ore. But Dolenz said the tour may continue after their US journey.
“I can be frank and tell you we are thinking about taking it everywhere," he said. "There's always been interest in Japan, Eurasia and Australia and New Zealand. There's a huge fan base in South America and Brazil in specific, which we've never really tapped into. There's also talk about Europe and the U.K."
The tour will be titled “A Midsummer’s Night with the Monkees” and the three will play their band’s songs in the order in which they were released. Photos and video footage will also be used to look back on their history.
General tickets will go on sale May 3.
The band came together when producers Bob Rafelson and Bert Schneider came up with the idea for a TV show that followed a band after the success of the Beatles’ 1964 movie “A Hard Day’s Night.” The four Monkees members were cast for the show.
Today, the group is remembered for hits such as “Daydream Believer,” “I’m a Believer,” and “Last Train to Clarksville.”