The 10th installment of his roadshow is getting updated with a name change. Instead of the B.B. King Blues Festival, the tour has been dubbed the . But King fans shouldn’t fret – the format is a familiar one.

After spending a month overseas, King will join up with special guests Buddy Guy, John Hiatt and the Goners, and Tommy Castro for the this year’s version of the caravan, hitting theatres and amphiteatres across North America..

The blues fest kicks off August 4 at Columbia Meadows in Portland, Ore., and is set to stop in 45 cities through October 14 in Sacramento. Highlights include a two-night stand August 24 and 25 at Chastain Park in Atlanta. The four artists will appear on all but five dates: Las Vegas (King and Guy), Kansas City, Chicago, and Vienna, Va. (King, Hiatt and Castro); and Toronto (King, Guy, and Hiatt).

Before the package tour heads out, King will spend some time on the European jazz festival circuit. The overseas dates start June 26 at Palais de Congress in Paris. King traverses 10 countries from Norway to Italy and in between, including festival stops in Rotterdam, Milan, London, Edinburgh, Rome, Stockholm and Montreux.

He’ll close out the European jaunt by returning to France July 25 for the Nice Jazz Festival.

King recently released a remastered classic, Live at San Quentin, and a reissue of King of the Blues – Live – 1972. He had a smash last year with Riding With The King, a collaboration with British blues rocker Eric Clapton.