Just when we thought it was the end of the road for Morrissey, The Smiths’ legendary frontman announced he would embarking on a solo world tour this fall.

You know what they say – there is a light that never goes out.

Aside from his plans of touring across the US, the 57-year-old singer-songwriter will also be delighting fans in Asia and Australia.

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Morrissey will begin his tour in Chicago this September, performing four US gigs throughout the month, before heading to Tokyo on September 28 to kick off the Asian leg of the tour. See all Asia dates and ticket information below:

Sep 28 – Tokyo, Orchard Hall – Tickets: JPY12,000 via Ticket Pia (from Aug 13)

Sep 29 – Tokyo, Orchard Hall – Tickets: JPY12,000 via Ticket Pia (from Aug 13)

Oct 1 – Bay Hall, Kanagawa – Tickets: JPY12,000 via Ticket Pia (from Aug 13)

Oct 2 – Osaka, IMP Hall – Tickets: JPY10,000 via Ticket Pia (from Aug 13)

Oct 6 – Hong Kong, MacPherson Stadium
Tickets: HKD630-690 via Ticketflap (from Aug 5)

Oct 12 – Jakarta, Senayan Golf Driving Range – Tickets: IDR650,000 (Early bird), 800,000 (Regular) 1,500,000 (VIP) via Kiosk Tix (from Aug 3)

Oct 15 – Singapore, Marina Barrage
Tickets: SGD98 (Early bird), 108 (Regular) via Sistic (from Aug 5)

Oct 18 – Bangkok, Moonstar Studio
Tickets: THB2,200 (Free standing) via Thai Ticket Major

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This highly anticipated world tour follows the rumours back in January about upcoming Asian and Caribbean shows.

This solo tour is big news for Morrissey, as last year, the veteran singer was having trouble finding a record label. Morrissey even gave a statement to fan site True To You that his 2015 London’s Hammersmith Ballroom shows were “likely to be our final ever UK shows.”

Good thing they weren’t, eh?