Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member Rod Stewart will come to the O2 arena in the heart of London to perform to thousands of fans.
The Maggie May-singer will arrive at the massive music venue on Friday September 20th with as part of his Time tour.
Rod Stewart's tour comes alongside the release of his first album in almost two decades. The artist has written and produced all the songs on this brand-new record.
To date, Rod Stewart has released 27 studio albums and have resulted in him selling around 150 million albums across the world. In his time he has also had six consecutive number one albums, 62 hit singles, with 31 top ranking in the top ten and six reaching the number one position.
Few stars manage to maintain more than their 15 minutes of fame in the harsh music business, but Rod Stewart's career is entering its fifth year of success.
He was awarded with a CBE in 2007 for his contribution to music and has won Grammys, Brits and been inducted into both the US and UK Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame.
Fans will be pleased to see the return of the acclaimed singer as he returns to sing a mixture of classic songs and brand new ones off his Time album.
It wouldn't be a Rod Stewart concert without such iconic tracks as You Wear It Well, Maggie May, Da Ya Think I'm Sexy, Baby Jane, The First Cut is the Deepest, I Don't Want To Talk About It, Tonight's The Night and Sailing, which are all expected to be in the set-list.
The man himself has said that this year has been "momentous" for him and that he is excited to return to the stage after 20 years away from the limelight.
He added: "Nothing means more to me than performing for a live audience and I can't wait to get back to the UK."