The jam rock outfit who gave American radio rock an era-defining “Run-Around” in 1994, actually began rocking in a garage in Princeton, New Jersey in 1987. Their debut album didn’t drop til 1990, but the band is hitting the road this year to celebrate 30 years as a band with a two-month tour that brings them to Emo’s in Austin on October 26.

Last year, the band was forced to postpone a series of tour dates when vocalist John Popper underwent urgent surgery to treat a spinal issue.

Tickets are on sale Friday at 10 a.m.