The Band Perry have announced dates for their first headlining world tour. The We Are Pioneers tour will kick off on Nov. 8 in Gothenburg, Sweden, and perform 20 European shows, before heading to Canada and then hitting the US.

“We live to play,” Kimberly Perry says. “In our minds everything we do -- writing, recording, interviews, appearances -- is the means to the live end. To fully and totally understand our band, you have to see us live. It’s the three of us in our element, our living room, our therapy session, our recess. We can’t wait to bring We Are Pioneers to the world.”

This is the Band Perry's first global trek, but the sibling trio, which also includes brothers Neil and Reid Perry, aren't strangers to the concert stage. In addition to opening for Brad Paisley, Keith Urban, Tim McGraw and Reba McEntire, the threesome previously headlined their own Purveyors of Performance tour, which kicked off in 2011.

The Band Perry admit they have big plans for their globe-trotting trek. “Our goal is to just come out of the gate running," Kimberly tells Taste of Country. "We’re excited about some of the ideas.”

The Band Perry's latest album, 'Pioneer,' was released in April, and soared to the top of the charts. They will be joined for the tour by Easton Corbin and Lindsey Ell, who will serve as their opening acts. See all of their tour dates below.

The Band Perry We Are Pioneers Tour Dates:

11/08 – Gothenburg, Swe.
11/10 – Stockholm, Swe.
11/11 – Skien, Nor.
11/12 – Oslo, Nor.
11/13 – Trondheim, Nor.
11/15 – Heisingborg, Swe.
11/16 – Randers, Den.
11/18 – Colgne, Ger.
11/19 – Hamburg, Ger.
11/20 – Berlin, Ger.
11/22 – Munich, Ger.
11/23 – Zurick, Switz.
11/25 – Paris, France
11/26 – Amsterdamn, Neth.
11/29 – Birmingham, Eng.
11/30 – Glasgow, Scot.
12/01 – Manchester, Eng.
12/02- London, Eng.
12/04 – Dublin, Ire.
12/05 – Belfast, Ire.
1/09 – Penticton, B.C.
1/10 – Kamloops, B.C.
1/11 – Prince George, B.C.
1/12 – Dawson Creek, B.C.
1/15 – Red Deer, Alb.
1/16 – Lethbridge, Albm.
1/18 – Regina, Sas.
1/21 – Sudbury, Ont.
1/22 – Kitchener, Ont.
1/23 – Oshawa, Ont.
1/24 – Kingston, Ont.
2/06 – Independence, Mo.
2/08 – Bemidji, Minn.
2/09 – Grand Forks, N.D.
2/13 – Dubuque, Iowa
2/14 – Kearney, Neb.
2/15 – Rapid City, S.D.
2/16 – Billings, Mont.
2/20 – Rockford, Ill.
2/21 – Cape Girardeau, Mo.
2/22 – Corbin, Ky.
2/23 – Saginaw, Mich.
2/27 – Green Bay, Wisc.
2/28 – Mankato, Minn.
3/01 – Duluth, Minn.
3/02 – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
3/07 – Savannah, Ga.
3/20 – Macon, Ga.
3/21 – St. Augustine, Fla.
3/22 – Estero, Fla.