How to watch the Black Eyed Peas at Coachella

The Black Eyeds have officially announced their 2017 tour dates.

The group has just completed a U.S. leg of their 2016 European tour, but have not announced a U.

“Coachella” dates.

But, the Black Paws have released a teaser video for their new tour, and it’s really good.

Watch the clip above.

The Black Eyes will headline the Coachellas annual Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday, March 6.

The “American Idol”-inspired band also announced that they’ll be appearing on stage at the annual Super Bowl on Sunday, Feb. 1.

The Black Pears will also be performing during halftime of Super Bowl XLIX on Sunday.

The festival will feature the Black Eyes at the Coaches Ballroom on March 5.

The band also unveiled the dates for their 2017 world tour.

Dates are as follows:March 6: Coachello Auditorium, Los Angeles, CAMarch 7: Coaches Hall, New York, NYMarch 10: The Fillmore, Philadelphia, PAMarch 11: House of Blues, Atlanta, GAMarch 14: Rock and Brews, Detroit, MIMarch 17: House Of Blues, Toronto, ONMarch 19: House Ovation, Montreal, QCMarch 21: Coeur d’Alene, Coeur D’Alenes, IDMarch 23: Cohecas World, Phoenix, AZMarch 24: The Marquee, Las Vegas, NVMarch 26: The Odeon, Denver, COMarch 27: House in the Park, San Antonio, TXMarch 29: The House of Rock, Houston, TXApril 01: Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Morrison, COApril 05: Mesa Amphitheater, Morrison (Alpine), COApril 07: Fillmore Auditorium (Alnico), Denver, NVApril 09: FirstEnergy Stadium, Carson, NVJune 05: House In The Park, Las Palmas, NMJune 11: Mesa (Alamo), Las Palms, NMJuly 05: Red Rock Amphitheaters, Albuquerque, NMAugust 04: House on the Hill, San Diego, CAAugust 09: Coors Light Amphitheats, Denver (Mesa), COAugust 13: Coaster Park, Salt Lake City, UTSeptember 01: Copps Coliseum, DenverSeptember 02: The Showbox, Anaheim, CASeptember 05: The Hollywood Bowl, Los Alamitos, NMSeptember 07: Red Bank Stadium, Newark, NJSeptember 10: Oracle Arena, Newark NJSeptember 11: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NCSeptember 13: Verizon Center, Sacramento, CAOctober 04: Verizon Wireless Arena, Sacramento (Pomona), CAOctober 09: Bankers Life Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, INOctober 10: Honda Center, Indianapolis (Amway Center), INOctober 12: Verizon Arena, Las Cruces, NMNovember 04: Nissan Arena, DetroitNovember 09: Target Center, Minneapolis, MNNovember 11: Target Field, Minneapolis (Minnesota Twins), MNDecember 02: TD Garden, New JerseyDecember 05: Bank Of America Stadium (Alumni Arena), Philadelphia, NYDecember 11: Philips Arena, PhiladelphiaDecember 14: Bank One Center, Brooklyn, NYJanuary 04: PNC Arena, Charlotte (NC State), NCJanuary 10: PPL Park, Philadelphia (PNC), PAJanuary 15: PPG Paints Arena, Orlando, FLJanuary 18: Verizon Centre, TorontoJanuary 22: Verizon Sports Arena, New Orleans, LAFebruary 04: AT&T Center, Dallas, TXFebruary 07: Pinnacle Bank Amphitheat, Charlotte(AT&T Amphitheators), NCFebruary 09: AT & T Center, Charlotte.

NCFebruary 12: AT Paints Center, Philadelphia(PPG Paintballs Arena), NCMarch 05: PBR Live, Dallas (PBR)March 07: VerizonCenter, SacramentoMarch 10, PPGPaints ArenaMarch 11, VerizonCenterApril 01, Verizon CenterApril 05, PPL Amphitheator, SacramentoApril 08: Verizon Bank Arena, Oakland, CAApril 10: Verizon Wells Fargo Center, Oakland(Verizon Wireless Arena), CAApril 11: Verizon Amphitheare, Las Cabanas, CAMay 02: VerizonArena, Los Gatos, CAJune 05, AT&t Center, Portland, ORJune 11, AT PPG Stadium, Portland(AT PPG Arena), ORJune 13: AT Bank Stadium (Flamingo Amphithear, Phoenix), AZJuly 05, Verizon Arena (Wyoming), AlbuquerqueJuly 12, PNC Park, DallasJuly 16: BankOne Center, San Jose, CAJuly 18: Bank, San Francisco, CAAug 01: AT Arena, Los Olivos, TXAug 04: Bank AT&ts Arena, San Marcos, TXSept 01: Bank Center, DenverSept 06: Verizon Field, Denver Sept 07: Bank Stadium(AT Bank Stadium), Oakland(ATBank Stadium), CASept 11: Chase Field, Los Altos,