The roughly two dozen dates announced span from April to mid-September, beginning with three South African shows April 10-17.

No shows are on the books for May, but in June he’ll hit Belgium, France and the Netherlands, with two nights scheduled at Amsterdam Arena.

Sweden, Denmark, Hungary, Italy and Germany are on the map for July, the latter country getting the lion’s share of dates. Six German cities are on the itinerary, half in August. He’ll also visit Austria and Switzerland before closing with a September run of the U.K.

For the tour’s finale, Williams will do two shows at the U.K.’s new Wembley Stadium, which is currently under construction and is scheduled to reopen by late spring.

Williams’ new album, Intensive Care, hit No. 1 upon its release in the U.K. No dates are scheduled for the U.S., where the album has not been released.

Williams recently said he has no desire to become popular in the U.S., calling it “the last place I can walk the streets unmolested” in an interview with the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph.