Old time rock 'n' roll great Bob Seger announced that he plans to hit the road later in 2018, rescheduling a postponed tour from 2017.
The "Night Moves" songwriter plans to play Wells Fargo Arena on November 27, a Tuesday night, arena officials said. The Silver Bullet Band joins Seger on the road; opening acts are yet to be announced.
Seger, a 73-year-old Detroit native, put a pause on touring last year after rupturing a disc in his neck.
All tickets from the postponed 2017 show will be honored at the new date.
The rescheduled tour kicks off Nov. 24 in Kansas City, with Des Moines being the second stop. Shows run through February of 2019, according to Seger's website.
Additional tickets to the November show are for sale now via Hy-VeeTix.com, costing $57-$97. Doors to the show open at 6 p.m., with music scheduled to kick off at 7:30 p.m.