It's going to be an unforgettable summer for the Eli Young Band. The four-man group have been announced as part of the Jagermeister Ultimate Summer of Music Tour, along with Fall Out Boy and Paul Oakenfold.

“Since we’ve been known to take shots on stage, we thought, Jager and EYB is a no brainer,” lead singer Mike Eli says. “Count us in!”

The tour marks the first time the liquor company has combined different genres for one summer trek.

"Jagermeister has been supporting musicians of all genres for more than 20 years," Cliff Rigano, Director of Music Marketing for Jagermeister at Sidney Frank Importing Company, Inc. says. "We've always prided ourselves on working with some of the most well respected acts in the industry, but we have yet to bring three top acts from three different genres together. Each of these artists consistently deliver legendary, high-energy shows that we know our diverse consumer set will love. Simply put: Jagermeister makes music sound better."

Comedian Jim Florentine and country artist Rick Monroe will also emcee select dates. A mobile app, Jagerbonds, will also be available, which will give fans access to free music downloads from each of the artists, as well as the chance to win a VIP experience at any concert they choose. In addition, the app will transform images and videos from multiple users' social media posts into a video highlight reel of a group's night out.

The tour will kick off June 7, in Charlotte, N.C., and perform more than 30 shows all over the country before wrapping up on Sept. 27 in St. Louis, Mo. See a complete list of the Eli Young Band dates on the tour below.

Eli Young Band Tour Dates:

6/7 – Charlotte, N.C.
6/12 – Redding, Calif.
6/13 – Sparks, Nev.
7/3 – Thackersville, Okla.
7/4 – New Braunfels, Texas
7/11 – Knoxville, Tenn.
8/6 – Flagstaff, Ariz.
8/7 – Tucson, Ariz.
8/13 – Fargo, N.D.
8/21 – College Station, Texas
8/23 – Denver, Colo.
9/3 – Ft. Myers, Fla.
9/10 – Wichita, Kan.
9/12 – Louisville, Ky.
9/17 – Peoria, Ill.
9/21 – Deadwood, S.D.
9/27 – St. Louis, Mo.