Sam Smith fans looking to see the British soul singer in person will soon get their chance!

The singer took to Twitter on Thursday (Oct. 6) to share a complete list of tour dates with fans, and also to remind them that it won’t be long now until they can get their hands on his highly anticipated forthcoming album.

“My second album The Thrill Of It All is yours Nov 3rd!!” tweeted Smith. “You can pre-order now and find out about live shows at samsmithworld.com xx.”

The singer paired his tweet with a photo of the official album art for his new record. Smith chose to keep things simple for his second record, which features a close up black and white photo of himself looking off into the distance.

As exciting as it was to get a look at the official album art, it’s clear from the reactions via Twitter that fans were most excited for the announcement of Smith’s upcoming tour dates.

Tickets for Smith’s North American tour are set to go on sale next Thursday (October 12) at 10 a.m. Fans who purchase tickets to Smith’s upcoming U.S. tour stops will also get a copy of the singer’s new album.

“Every online ticket comes with one (1) physical copy of Sam Smith’s upcoming album, The Thrill Of It All,” reads the fine print on the singer’s website. “You will receive an additional email with instructions on how to redeem your CD.”

A ticket to a live show and a physical copy of the record? That sounds like a pretty good deal to us!

Smith’s upcoming tour is set to kick off next summer on June 18, 2018 at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. From there, the singer will hit major cities like Detroit, Boston, Brooklyn, Nashville, Dallas, Los Angeles, and more before wrapping his North American leg of the tour up on September 13 2018 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary.

Will you be heading out to see Sam Smith on tour? Let us know in the commentsbelow!

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