Fans are going to be Dancing on the Ceiling when John Farnham teams up with Lionel Richie for a show in the Hunter this March.
The Australian singing icon has enjoyed successful co-headline tours over the years, sharing the stage with stars including Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Olivia Newton-John and Tom Jones.
Farnham said a tour with Richie was also on his wish list.
"You never think these dreams will actually come true," he said.
Speaking about Farnham, Richie added: "He pours his heart into a ballad and gives everything to an anthem."
Five-time Grammy winner Richie is a music superstar known for his solo hits and as a member of the Commodores.
Collectively he has sold more than 100 million albums, and written and recorded chart-topping hits including Hello, Easy and All Night Long.
This year, Farnham was voted best Australian singer of all time in a poll of 100 singers and musicians.
His classic album Whispering Jack is said to be owned by one in four Australians.
Farnham, who had won 15 ARIA awards, last toured Australia two years ago. He currently holds the box office record for most number of arena shows by an Australian performer.
The two stars will each perform sets with their own bands and singers.
John Farnham and Lionel Richie play at Tempus Two Winery on Saturday, March 8.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, November 29 through Ticketmaster.