Following the success if his Diamond Jubilee Concert and two solo performances at the Royal Albert Hall in 2011, Gary Barlow has announced his upcoming solo UK tour.
The string of dates, which kick off in November, will mark the Take That frontman's first solo tour for 13 years.
The 16-date tour across the UK and Ireland will start on 13 November at Bournemouth International Centre, the venue for his last solo outing in 1999 during his For The Fans tour. Barlow is set to perform hits from his entire career.
Speaking of his forthcoming gigs the 41-year-old singer said: "I'm really excited about these dates. Playing live is my favourite thing and I haven't played a solo show for over a year now.
"Last year playing two London shows was brilliant, we all had such a good time, so I thought 'right let's get out and see the rest of the country'."
The singer, who is currently on the X Factor judging panel, will juggle his commitments on the ITV talent show with his concert performances.
Barlow was awarded an OBE this summer for his contribution to British music as well as his significant charitable endeavours.
He has had eight No.1 albums, 14 No.1 singles and sold over 50 million records.
The full tour dates are has follows:
Tuesday 13 - Bournemouth International Centre
Wednesday 14 - Plymouth Pavilions
Wednesday 21 - Edinburgh Playhouse
Thursday 22 - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Tuesday 27 - London Royal Albert Hall
Wednesday 28 - Sheffield City Hall
Thursday 6 - Manchester O2 Apollo
Friday 7 - Manchester Bridgewater Hall
Friday 28 - Newcastle City Hall
Sunday 30 - Wolverhampton Civic Hall
Monday 31 - Blackpool Opera House
Wednesday 2 - Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Friday 4 - Ipswich Regent Theatre
Saturday 5 - Cardiff St Davids Hall