He also announced his final album, which he will record with Dolly Parton.
"I will surely miss my fans and the good people I have met along this journey," Jones said.
The year-long tour kicks off Feb. 2 in Tunica, Miss. and is tentatively scheduled to end on Nov. 22 in Nashville.
For complete list of tour dates and locations, visit Jones’ website.
Jones, 81, has had 14 number-one country music singles, beginning with “White Lightning” in 1959. His latest chart-topper was in 1983, with “I Always Get Lucky with You.”
Before he enjoyed is first number-one country, he had eight top 10 country singles, beginning with “Why Baby Why” in 1955.
His latest top-10 country hit is “(I’m a) One Woman Man,” released in 1988.
His first album, “Grand Ole Opry’s New Star,” released in 1957, yield three top-10 singles.
His latest top-10 album is “The Rock: Stone Cold Country 2001,” released that year and reaching No. 5 on the Billboard country album chart.
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