And he’s set to do it again. The Destination Tour – named after Keating’s sophomore album – is headed back to the U.K. in April. Confirmed dates have him playing the arena circuit in major cities nationwide.

This is the second round of shows in Great Britain and Ireland for the Destination Tour. Keating last played his homeland in summer, right at the end of his European and African outing. Later, he went back for another go in Europe during October and November.

There are plans for a tour of Asia, although details are still being worked out.

Keating found his musical start as the lead singer in Boyzone – the Irish quintet that set the standard for boy bands before anyone had heard of Backstreet Boys. The band released a total of four albums, each one debuting at No. 1 on U.K. charts.

After spending several years in front of the mic, Keating moved to behind-the-scenes production and began co-managing another Irish boy band, Westlife. His move in effect spelled the end for Boyzone.

In 2000, Keating released his self-titled solo album. Destination followed two years later. Keating continues to be a major player in the U.K. pop music scene, as is evident by his ability to sell out arena-sized venues.