Gavin DeGraw will return to the stage on Aug. 24 in Columbia, Md.
The singer's rep confirmed the date Thursday, along with more information on his recovery from his weekend attack in New York City.
"Due to the recent attack and resulting injuries, Gavin DeGraw has been advised by his doctor to take additional time to recover from his concussion, broken nose and other injuries," according to a statement obtained by The Hollywood Reporter.
On late Sunday night, the 34-year-old singer was attacked by three males in the East Village neighborhood of New York. DeGraw was later hit by a cab several blocks away, before ambulances arrived and took him to Bellevue Hospital, where he was held for observation.
DeGraw thanked his fans via Twitter on Tuesday, hours after leaving the hospital.
"Hi my friends. Honestly, I don't remember much. I only know I can recover from here. Thank u for all your genuine concern. I love u guys," he wrote.
"Still sometimes seeing double. NYC looks overpopulated," DeGraw continued on Twitter the next day.
DeGraw is currently on tour with Maroon 5 and Train, and was scheduled to perform three shows this week. The shows were canceled following the attack.
His rep further confirmed that DeGraw will miss eight more shows on the tour, before returning to the stage on Aug. 24. The Columbia show will be followed by shows in Syracuse, N.Y., and Holmdel, N.J., on Aug. 25 and Aug. 26, respectively.
"Sweeter," DeGraw's fourth studio album, is scheduled for a Sept. 20 release, but he has yet to comment on whether his injuries will delay the release.
New York City police are still investigating the attack.