Twenty One Pilots' massive world-tour lands at Tampa's Amalie Arena on November 3

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20.

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Twenty One Pilots has spent the last week teasing fans with GIFS, and billboards, plus news of a new album and return to music after a year of social media silence.

Today the Ohio alt-rock favorites announced that their return includes a new album (Trench, due October 5) and a date with Tampa Bay. Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun will play Tampa's Amalie Arena on November 3 as part of a more than 60-date world tour. The only other Florida stop on the trek is a November 4 date at the BB&T Center in Sunrise.

Tickets for the Tampa date will cost fans $33.75-$75.75 and go on sale Friday, July 20 at 10 a.m.

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The show is the duo's first Tampa appearance since a March 2017 concert in the same room, and the band has also shared two new songs from Trench, which is a follow-up to Twenty One Pilots' 2015, Grammy-winning album BLURRYFACE.

Watch videos for the hip-pop track "Jumpsuit" and dub-inspired second single, "Nico and the Niners" above and below. More information on the show is available at amaliearena.com.

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