Those hoping for a soulful fall season will be more than happy to know that Mary J. Blige and Maxwell have announced they will be co-headlining the King and Queen of Hearts World Tour. The tour scheduled to hit big cities like New York, Chicago and Los Angeles will make its first overseas stop October 13, Zumic reported Wednesday.

Blige and Maxwell rose to success in the ‘90s belting out catchy R&B tunes that still resonate with fans decades later. While Maxwell released his fourth studio album “blackSUMMERS'night” back in July 2009, it has been two years since Blige put out her twelfth studio album “The London Sessions." Both artists have hinted at new music and plan to perform some of the tracks while on the road.

Fans hoping to attend the King and Queen of Hearts World Tour will have to pay attention to major ticketing sites and the onsale times. While there are already some tickets available for presale for Citi card members, Chase card and various VIP members who are willing to buy tour packages for U.S. shows, most tickets will not go on sale to the general public until Friday at 10:00 a.m. EDT.

Ticket sales also depend on your location. For example, concert goers looking to attend the show at the Scottrade Center in St Louis, Missouri, will have to wait until Sept. 14 at 10:00 a.m. for presale tickets on Ticketmaster. Shows at later dates like Nov. 19 are still working on establishing sale dates.

The King and Queen of Hearts U.S. Tour begins Nov. 5, in Baltimore at the Royal Farms Arena and will end Dec. 14 in Chicago at the United Center. For a full list of tour dates, including overseas performances, you can check out Blige’s Facebook page.