Today, Gov’t Mule has announced a thirteen-date fall tour, which spans from October 18th to November 2nd. In addition to more traditional headlining shows, the band also used the announcement to detail their annual Mule-O-Ween show, which will take place at Atlanta’s Tabernacle on October 27th.Gov’t Mule’s fall tour kicks off on October 18th at Knoxville’s The Mill & Mine. From there, the band will detour through Augusta, Georgia, stopping in on the 19th, before heading to Boca Raton, Florida, on the 20th. Following a two-night stand at Birmingham, Alabama’s Lyric Theatre on October 23rd and 24th, the band heads to Chattanooga on the 25th and Jackson, Mississippi, on the 26th.As for Warren Haynes and company’s highly anticipated Mule-O-Ween show at Atlanta’s Tabernacle on October 27th, little is known about the shows. However, the artwork for the band’s Halloween performances hint at a reference to Black Sabbath‘s iconic 1970 release, Paranoid. Following Mule-O-Ween, the band will roll through Pittsburgh on October 30th and Fort Wayne, Indiana, on Halloween proper. Gov’t Mule will round out their fall tour with a three-night spring spanning November 1st through 3rd, with stops in Madison, Grand Rapids, and Cleveland.Pre-sale tickets for Gov’t Mule’s upcoming fall tour go on sale Wednesday, August 22nd, at 12 p.m. (ET). General-public tickets go on-sale on Friday, August 24th, at 10 a.m. (local).