Take That - now a trio featuring Gary Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen - will tour the UK and Ireland in 2024 with special guest Olly Murs.
The news follows the release of new track Windows, with Take That revealing they will also release an album titled This Life.
Kicking off in Sheffield on April 13, the group will perform shows in Leeds, Dublin, London, Glasgow, Manchester, Birmingham, Middlesbrough, Nottingham, Norwich, Milton Keynes, Southampton, Plymouth and Swansea.
The tour will end on June 8 at Bristol's Ashton Gate Stadium and the band's performances will be supported by Murs, who first found fame as a contestant on the X Factor in 2009.
"New music, it is exciting," Barlow told BBC Radio 2's The Zoe Ball Breakfast Show.
"We've been together for 33 years now so it's like, 'what's next, how do we sound in 2023?'.
"There's nothing more we love than going into a studio and going 'who are we now, how does our music sound now when it comes out' and it feels fresh and it feels exciting and it feels like we're looking upwards.
"We're at a nice time of life where we're hopeful and there's a lot of light in this music and we're very excited for our audience to hear it, always."
In May, the boy band performed at Windsor Castle for the King's Coronation Concert, joined by Britain's Got Talent star Calum Scott.
They went on to give a headline performance at the British Summer Time (BST) festival in London in July, where they introduced special guests Scott and Eurovision winner Lulu to the stage.
Australian Associated Press