Rod Stewart is set to tour UK football stadiums in 2016 - but will bypass Glasgow on his Scottish leg.
The 70-year-old pop legend has announced two Scottish dates at Kilmarnock's Rugby Park and Inverness' Caledonian Stadium as part of the eight-date tour.
Running from June 4 - 21 2016, Rod will visit football grounds including Norwich City's Carrow Road and Cardiff City Stadium.
Tickets will be priced at £95, £75 and £55 with premium seats available in front of the stage at a whopping £125.
Fresh from a slot at Hyde Park where he performed to more than 50,000 fans, Rod will celebrate the release of his latest studio album Another Country on October 23.
He also recently completed a stint at Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas, where he treated Celtic fans to a pint after the last show.
Kilmarnock Chairman Jim Mann said: "We are thrilled to be able to host an event featuring such a world superstar as Rod Stewart.
"There will be great excitement among his many fans resident locally that they will be able to see and hear him in person, on stage, at Rugby Park.
"It is a great pleasure to be able to attract stars such as Rod to our venue here in Kilmarnock and we are looking forward to working with all the local support agencies to make sure it is a big success."
Caley Thistle chairman Kenny Cameron welcomed the announcement of Rod Stewart’s long awaited return.
He said: "Having the opportunity to welcome Rod back to Inverness following the huge success he was last time round is a great privilege for the club.
"Having been part of the team who brought Rod to Inverness we are all looking forward to another excellent event and assisting Cuffe and Taylor in every way possible to ensure a repeat of that excellent night in July 2010."
Tickets will go on sale on Friday October 2 at 9am via Ticket Line.
Pre-sale and fan club tickets will go on sale at 9am on Wednesday September 30.