Aled Jones and Russell Watson have announced details of a headline tour and album.
The pair will release 'In Harmony' in November which features a wealth of well-loved hymns, arias, and popular songs.
They'll then tour the LP across the UK in late 2019 including a London Palladium show.
The duo will headline the venue on September 21.
Their album features covers of classics including 'Ave Maria' and 'You Raise Me Up', with new single 'Where Have All The Flowers Gone/Here’s To The Heroes' a tribute to centenary of the end of the First World War and the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
Aled says: "We loved the idea of honouring service men and women through our music - as well as our everyday heroes such as doctors and nurses."
After moving in the same circles for 20 years Aled approached Russell to collaborate on the album, with Russell saying: "It’s been really cleverly written and arranged so that our voices blend really well."
They will head to 22 venues across the UK kicking off in Llandudno on September 17.
Find out below how to get tickets for the tour.
Where can I buy tickets?
They'll be available from Ticketmaster here.
When do they go on sale?
Tickets go on general sale at 9am on Friday October 19.
What are the tour dates?
Tues 17 -Llandudno Venue Cymru
Wed 18 - Blackpool Opera House
Fri 20 - Northampton Royal & Derngate
Sat 21 - London Palladium
Mon 23 - Southend Cliffs Pavilion
Tues 24 - Eastbourne Congress Theatre
Thurs 26 - Cardiff St David’s Hall
Fri 27 - Oxford New Theatre
Sun 29 - Plymouth Pavilions
Mon 30 - Bournemouth Pavilion
Wed 2 - Nottingham Royal Concert Hall
Tues 3 - Ipswich Regent
Sat 5 - Cambridge Corn Exchange
Sun 6 - Gateshead Sage
Tues 8 - Glasgow Royal Concert Hall
Wed 9 - York Barbican
Fri 11 - Stoke-on-Trent Victoria Hall
Sat 12 -Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Mon 14 - Sheffield City Hall
Tues 15 - Warwick Arts Centre
Oct 17 - Belfast Waterfront Hall
Oct 18 - Dublin Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
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