Robert Plant is returning to the road in support of his lullaby ... and the Ceaseless Roar album.

Plant's plans for 2015 already included a spate of festival appearances, including headlining slots at the Mountain Jam Fest the weekend of June 5, BottleRock in late May and Bonnaroo between June 11-14. Those dates have now been rounded out by an assortment of other North American shows, starting May 24 in Washington and concluding June 17 in Philadelphia.

Plant has also announced plans to release a new live EP, titled More Roar and arriving as part of Record Store Day 2015 on April 18. That abbreviated set includes live versions of Ceaseless Roar tracks “Turn It Up” and “Arbaden” on Side A, with a medley of “Poor Howard” and “Whole Lotta Love” on Side B.

Shortly before he begins this next leg of his tour, Plant will reunite with onetime recording partner Alison Krauss on April 25 for Lead Belly at 125: A Tribute to an American Songster, a special multi-artist show being held in honor of the blues legend at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.

Tickets for Plant's new dates are scheduled to go on sale March 20 at his official site, with a special pre-sale opening up for Citi cardmembers at the bank's Private Pass site on March 18. Check out the complete list of shows below.

Robert Plant 2015 Tour Dates
5/24 - George, Wash.
5/25 - Bend, Ore.
5/27 - Salt Lake City, Utah
5/28 - Las Vegas, Nev.
5/30 - Napa, Calif.
5/31 - Santa Barbara, Calif.
6/02 - Los, Angeles, Calif.
6/05 - Hunter, N.Y.
6/07 - Toronto, Ontario
6/09 - Rochester Hills, Mich.
6/10 - Chicago, Ill.
6/12 - Memphis, Tenn.
6/12 - Manchester, Tenn.
6/13 - Manchester, Tenn.
6/14 - Manchester, Tenn.
6/15 - Raleigh, N.C.
6/17 - Philadelphia, Pa.

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