Brian Wilson plans to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Beach Boys classic Pet Sounds by embarking on a lengthy world tour that will see him offering audiences "top hits and fan favorites" as well as his "last ever" complete concert performances of the 1966 album.

"It’s really been a trip to sit here and think about releasing Pet Sounds 50 years ago," said Wilson in a press release. "I love performing this album with my band and look forward to playing it for fans all across the world."

More than 70 dates are confirmed for the tour, which will find Wilson joined during select dates by former Beach Boys Al Jardine and Blondie Chaplin. The list of currently scheduled shows starts March 26 in New Zealand and concludes Oct. 14 in Bijou, Calif., with Wilson traveling to Japan, the United Kingdom, Spain, Israel and Portugal along the way. Ticket presales begin Jan. 27, with official sales opening two days later in most markets. Check out the complete list of dates below, and visit Wilson's official site for further details.

Brian Wilson 2016 Tour Dates
3-26 — Auckland, New Zealand - The Civic
3-27 — Byron Bay, Australia - Bluesfest
3-28 — Byron Bay, Australia - Bluesfest
3-29 — Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House
3-31 — Sydney, Australia - Sydney Opera House
4-03 — St Kilda, Australia - Palais Theatre
4-05 — Hindmarsh, Australia - Adelaide Entertainment Centre
4-07 — Perth Australia - Riverside Theatre
4-12 — Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo International Forum
4-13 — Tokyo, Japan - Tokyo International Forum
4-15 — Osaka, Japan - Orin Theatre
4-30 — Austin, Texas - Carson Creek Ranch
5-15 — Bristol, England - Colston Hall
5-17 — Birmingham, England - Symphony Hall
5-18 — Cardiff, Wales - St David's Hall
5-20 — London, England - Palladium
5-21 — London, England - Palladium
5-24 — Manchester, England - O2 Apollo
5-26 — Edinburgh, Scotland Usher Hall
5-27 — Glasgow, Scotland - Royal Concert Hall
5-29 — Gateshead, England - Sage
5-31 — Liverpool, England - Philharmonic Hall
6-01 — Nottingham, England - Royal Concert Hall
6-01 — Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Festival
6-14 — Burlington, Vt. - Flynn Main Stage
6-15 — Portland, Maine - Merrill Auditorium
6-17 — Boston, Mass. - Symphony Hall
6-18 — Boston, Mass. - Symphony Hall
6-19 — Lenox, Mass. - Tanglewood Koussevitzky Music Shed
7-01 — Las Vegas, Nev. - Hard Rock Casino
7-09 — Phoenix, Ariz. - Celebrity Theatre
7-15 — Elizabeth, Ind. - Horseshoe Casino
7-17 — Council Bluffs, Iowa - Horseshoe Casino
7-20 — Kansas City, Mo. - Muriel Kauffman Theatre
7-21 — St Charles, Mo. - Family Arena
7-22 — Tunica, Miss. - Horseshoe Casino
7-23 — Bossier City, La. - Horseshoe Casino
9-13 — St Petersburg, Fla. - Mahaffey Theatre
9-14 — Hollywood, Fla. - Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
9-17 — Nashville, Tenn. - Ryman Auditorium
9-19 — Charlotte, N.C. - Blumenthal PAC
9-20 — Washington, D.C. - The Music Center at Strathmore
9-21 — Red Bank, N.J. - Count Basie Theatre
9-23 — Upper Darby, Pa. - Tower Theater
9-25 — Easton, Pa. - State Theatre
9-27 — Wallingford, Ct. - Toyota Presents at Oakdale
9-28 — Buffalo, N.Y. - University of Buffalo Center for the Arts
9-30 — Detroit, Mich. - Fox Theatre
10-02 — Minneapolis, Minn. - Orpheum Theatre
10-04 — Denver, Colo. - Paramount Theatre
10-07 — Portland, Ore. - Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
10-08 — Seattle, Wash. - Paramount Theatre
10-10 — Arcata, Calif. - Van Duzer Theatre at Humboldt State University
10-13 — San Francisco, Calif. - Masonic
10-14 — Bijou, Calif. - Harrah's Casino

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