With the April 15 release of its crowd-funded acoustic album 'Time Travelers & Bonfires' just a few weeks away, Sevendusthas added more dates to its previously announced acoustic An Evening With Sevendust tour.

The first leg still kicks off April 1 in Athens, Ga., and wraps up May 10 in Philadelphia. The newly-announced second leg resumes May 27 in St. Louis and goes through June 28, ending in Kent, Conn.

The tour's Michigan dates are April 28 at Royal Oak Music Theatre in Royal Oak; May 29 at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mount Pleasant with Staind and Not Acoustic; and June 26 at The Machine Shop in Flint. There is also a May 30 performance at Club Fever in South Bend, Ind.

'Time Travelers & Bonfires' will include both re-recorded versions of older tracks like 'Come Down,' 'Under It All' and 'The Wait' along with newly written songs.

In a recent interview with Loudwire, drummer Morgan Rose talked about the response to the PledgeMusic campaign to fund the album: "We hit that number in hours. The word was, we hit it in a few days. We didn't say anything to change what the press said about it, but we really hit the number in like, three hours. We looked at each other and said, 'Now we can stay a little longer and we can work on this a little more.'"

"The people wanted us to do it, we wanted to do it," Rose continues. "We had planned on doing four new songs and a bunch of old songs. Then when the number was hit like that, we said, 'Let's do more songs.' So we did six new ones and six old ones."

An Evening With Sevendust Tour
April 1 –- Athens, Ga., Georgia Theatre
April 2 –- Destin, Fla., Club LA
April 4 –- Houston, Scout Bar
April 5 –- Dallas, Trees
April 6 –- Austin, Texas, Emo’s
April 8 –- Tempe, Ariz., Marquee
April 10 -– El Cajon, Calif., Sycuan Casino
April 11 –- Los Angeles, House Of Blues
April 12 –- Las Vegas, Vinyl at Hard Rock
April 13 –- Reno, Nev., Knitting Factory
April 16 –- Sacramento, Calif., Ace Of Spades
April 18 –- Seattle, El Corazon
April 19 –- Portland, Ore., Hawthorne Theatre
April 20 –- Boise, Idaho, Knitting Factory
April 21 –- Salt Lake City, The Complex
April 22 –- Denver, Gothic Theatre
April 25 –- Joliet, Ill., Mojoes
April 26 –- Madison, Wis., Orpheum
April 28 –- Royal Oak, Royal Oak Music Theatre
April 29 –- Cincinnati, Bogart’s
April 30 –- Louisville, Ky., Mercury Ballroom
May 2 –- Baltimore, Sound Stage
May 3 — Washington, D.C., The Howard Theatre
May 4 –- New York, Highline Ballroom
May 6 –- Hartford, Conn., Webster Theatre
May 8 –- Patchogue, N.Y., Emporium
May 9 –- Portland, Maine, Asylum
May 10 -– Philadelphia, Electric Factory
May 27 -- St. Louis, Pop's
May 29 -- Mount Pleasant, Soaring Eagle Casino (with Staind and Not Acoustic)
May 30 -- South Bend, Ind., Club Fever
May 31 -- Fort Wayne, Ind., Piere's
June 1 -- Cleveland, House Of Blues
June 3 -- Lancaster, Pa., Chameleon Club
June 4 -- Boston, Paradise
June 6 -- Albany, N.Y., Upstate Concert Hall
June 7 -- Stroudsburg, Pa., Sherman Theatre
June 8 -- Sayreville, N.J., Starland Ballroom
June 11 -- Green Bay, Wis., The Distillery
June 12 -- Arlington Heights, Ill., Home Bar
June 13 -- Minneapolis, POV's
June 14 -- Milwaukee, The Rave
June 15 -- Bloomington, Ill., Castle Theatre
June 17 -- Oklahoma City, Diamond Ballroom
June 18 -- Abilene, Texas, The Lucky Mule
June 19 -- Beaumont, Texas, The Gig
June 20 -- Broussard, La., The Station
June 21 -- Tunica, Miss., Horseshoe Tunica/Bluesville
June 23 -- Nashville, Marathon Music Works
June 25 -- Columbus, Ohio, LC Pavilion
June 26 -- Flint, The Machine Shop
June 27 -- Niagara Falls, N.Y., Rapids Theatre
June 28 -- Kent, Conn., Club Getaway Resort