Neil Diamond announces 50th anniversary world tour

Neil Diamond performs at the 84th Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Lighting on November 30, 2016 in New York City.

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Neil Diamond has been working in the music business for 50 years, and it’s time to celebrate.

And to do just that, the “Sweet Caroline” singer will be embarking on a massive tour across North America and Europe starting in April 2017. 

Neil Diamond will celebrate his 50 years in the music industry with a massive world tour, hitting cities in North America, Europe and the U.K. beginning in April.

“The 50 Year Anniversary World Tour” will kick off April 7 in Fresno, California, and head across the U.S. and Canada throughout the spring and summer, including two nights at New York City’s Madison Square Garden and two nights at Los Angeles’ Forum, where he’ll close out the North American portion of the tour.

Dates in the U.K. and across Europe will follow, though they’ve yet to be announced. Tickets for the tour go on sale on Dec. 9.

Here are all the dates for Diamond’s upcoming tour that have been announced so far:

April 7, 2017: Fresno, California
April 9, 2017: Salt Lake City, Utah
April 12, 2017: St. Louis, Missouri
April 14, 2017: Omaha, Nebraska
April 16, 2017: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
April 19, 2017: Nashville, Tennessee
April 21, 2017: Louisville, Kentucky
April 23, 2017: Tampa, Florida
April 26, 2017: Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
April 28, 2017: Charlotte, North Carolina
April 30, 2017: Atlanta, Georgia
May 2, 2017: New Orleans, Louisiana
May 21, 2017: Des Moines, Iowa
May 24, 2017: St. Paul, Minnesota
May 26, 2017: Indianapolis, Indiana
May 28, 2017: Chicago, Illinois
May 30, 2017: Cleveland, Ohio
June 2, 2017: Detroit, Michigan
June 4, 2017: Rochester, New York
June 7, 2017: Toronto, Ontario
June 9, 2017: Baltimore, Maryland
June 11, 2017: Uncasville, Connecticut
June 15, 2017: New York, New York
June 17, 2017: New York, New York
June 20, 2017: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 22, 2017: Bethel, New York
July 14, 2017: Wichita, Kansas
July 16, 2017: Houston, Texas
July 18, 2017: Dallas, Texas
July 21, 2017: Denver, Colorado
July 24, 2017: Vancouver, British Columbia
July 26, 2017: Seattle, Washington
July 28, 2017: Portland, Oregon
July 30, 2017: San Jose, California
August 2, 2017: Sacramento, California
August 4, 2017: Phoenix, Arizona
August 8, 2017: San Diego, California
August 10, 2017: Los Angeles, California
August 12, 2017: Los Angeles, California