Blake Shelton is ready to hit the road again in 2016 after a long year which included a divorce from ex-wife Miranda Lambert, coaching on NBC's "The Voice" and preparing a compilation album of all his number one hits. The country singer will tour next year and promises fans some new music as well.

Shelton took to Twitter Thursday morning to announce the tour and dish about first time VIP packages. Ticket prices for the tour will range from $29.75 to $69.75.

Not only will "The Voice" coach be back on tour, but he says a new album will drop some time next year. Fans can get a taste of what's to come when he plays new music on the tour. Shelton's last album was 2014's "Bringing Back the Sunshine," which reached number one on Billboards U.S. Country chart.

"We've got a new album coming and I can't wait to get back out on the road and play some new music for my fans. As an artist, my favorite thing to do is go on the road and play shows. I’ve missed it, and it's gonna be like old times," the 39-year-old said on his website.

The tour will also have exclusive VIP ticket packages available for the first time. There's the Voice of Choice experience, which costs $209 and gets you a ticket in the first 15 rows of the lower bowl or general admission pit, plus an invite to a pre-show party in Shelton's Lounge where he'll play acoustically and answer questions from fans. The other option is a Pure Experience for $399, which includes a ticket in the first five rows of the lower bowl, an autographed Blake Shelton guitar and special parking in addition to the Voice of Choice experience.

The first tickets to go on sale for the tour will be for the March 4, 2016 show in Nashville, Tennessee, which will go on sale Saturday, Oct. 17 CDT. Other sale dates are expected to be announced soon.

In July, Shelton announced his divorce from Lambert. Lately, he's been rumored to be dating fellow "The Voice" coach Gwen Stefani, but this has yet to be confirmed.

Until he goes off on tour early next year, you can get your dose of Shelton by watching "The Voice," which airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. EDT on NBC. You can also pick up "Reloaded: 20 #1 Hits" when it's released on Oct. 23.