Kylie Minogue will perform across the UK and Ireland later this year as part of a newly announced tour.
The Australian singer will hit the road in September and October to mark the release of her upcoming album Golden, having last embarked on a concert stint with a mini-tour of Europe in 2015.
Fans have been promised a “country feel” to the line-up of fresh tracks, which were recorded in Nashville in the aftermath of the 49-year-old’s split from fiance Joshua Sasse.
All of the songs were co-written by Minogue, including lead single Dancing, which was released in January.
The tour, which will also feature plenty of her renowned back catalogue, will get under way at the Metro Radio Arena in Newcastle on 18 September.
From there it will head to Nottingham, Birmingham, Bournemouth, Cardiff, London, Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds and Dublin, before wrapping up in Belfast on 8 October.
Those who hope to be so lucky as to snag a ticket should keep an eye on kylie.com on 2 March, with Golden due for release on 6 April.