Pop superstar George Michael will bring his acclaimed Symphonica tour Down Under next year, appearing at Sandalford Estate, Swan Valley on March 31.
The orchestral concert tour, which sees the controversial 48-year-old singer focus on covers and material from 1999 album Songs from the Last Century and 2004's Patience, kicked off in Prague in August.
Michael is currently in Germany midway through the 63-date European tour, which is scheduled to wind up in London on December 19.
The former Wham! frontman and gay icon was here last year for a three-date visit, including a show at Burswood Dome in February.
As with that concert, Michael won't dish up his pop hits, preferring to deliver reinvented songs in orchestral mode - so don't expect Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go.
"As an artist, I'm really not interested in or excited by repeating former successes," he told a London press conference when the European Symphonica dates were announced in May.
"I've always wanted to sing with this kind of backing so I can really, really use my voice."
Tickets go on sale December 2 from Ticketek outlets.