Beginning August 16th at House of Blues in Atlantic City, N.J., the tour will visit a mix of theatres, clubs and cut-down arenas, including New York City’s Radio City Music Hall, Toronto’s Molson Amphitheatre, and the Arena @ Gwinnett Center in Duluth, Ga.

She’ll make room for two stops at her own Dollywood in Pigeon Forge, Tenn., and more dates are expected.

“I will be featuring vintage songs of my own (the songs I’m most known for) in addition to many of your old favorites from the past that I have recorded for a new album that is due out in the early fall,” Parton said. “It’s going to be lots of fun and bring back lots of memories, so come on out and be a part of it.”

Parton’s new album, Those Were The Days, is set for an October release on Sugar Hill Records.

The Grammy-winning country icon has written more than 3,000 songs throughout her four-decade career.

After nearly 10 years away from the live circuit, Parton returned in 2002 with a summer tour that sold out on all dates. She made the rounds again last fall on the two-month “Hello, I’m Dolly” outing.