Voice US judge Pharrell will be treating fans to his back catalogue of hits - including his solo material, N.E.R.D. songs and of course a selection of Neptunes-produced tracks spanning his 20-year career.
'Happy' singer Pharrell kicks off his tour in Manchester tonight (8 September) and he'll be visiting 13 European countries, which will come to an end on 9 October at London's O2 Arena.
Additionally, the US star will be performing at the iTunes Festival in London on Wednesday (10 September).
In the photo posted to Twitter, Pharrell rests his arms on his knees and raises his hand to his face, while his dancers - more commonly known as 'baes' - strike similar poses. The photo caption read: "DEAR GIRL TOUR officially starts tonight!"
Pharrell's tour follows a hugely successful year for the 41-year-old following his hit single 'Happy' and his work on Daft Punk's 'Get Lucky' and Robin Thicke's 'Blurred Lines'.
In a new interview with the Wall Street Journal, Pharrell explains how he goes about making music.
"I want to make music with something extra to it - a holistic property. I want to make it feel good," he says. "I'm not the only one doing this. Kendrick Lamar's music feels amazing. Adele's music feels amazing. Alicia [Keys]'s new album feels amazing.
"The distinction between sounding amazing and feeling amazing - that's the thing. People, I think, are looking for a feeling."
Having worked with practically all of the biggest names in the music industry, from Beyoncé to Justin Timberlake and Usher, we wonder if any special guests will be joining him on stage?!
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Watch Pharrell's video for 'Come Get It Bae' below: