They might have stood in for U2 at England’s Glastonbury Festival, but can Gorillaz pass as an arena-level band charging arena-size prices in America? We’ll find out on Oct. 17, when ex-Blur frontman Damon Albarn’s cartoony “virtual” band is scheduled to perform at Target Center on its first full-scale North American tour. Tickets go on sale Aug. 13 at 10 a.m. priced at $92, $67 and $51.50. Reviews have been quite ecstatic over the group’s many festival appearances this year in support of its third album, “Plastic Beach.” The shows have featured such add-on Gorillaz members as Mick Jones and Paul Simonon of the Clash and R&B legend Bobby Womack, who will presumably still be along for the ride in October. They’d better be at those prices. Here’s a video the band has released to help sell the spectacle of its new live show.