Sir Rod Stewart has quipped that he and pal Boy George should "misbehave" on their summer tour.

The 'Da Ya Think I'm Sexy?' hitmaker is embarking on a 'Global Hits Tour', which kicks off at Home Park Stadium in Plymouth on June 24, and he's thrilled to be joined by his "dear friend" and his band Culture Club.

Rod, 78, said: "I'm absolutely thrilled to be sharing the stage with my dear old friend, Boy George. Let's misbehave!"

George, 61, commented: "I'm a massive Rod Stewart fan. I have been since I was a teenager. I love his voice and he's always been very charming to me.

"In 1974 when I was 13 years old I bunked in for free to see Rod Stewart and The Faces at Lewisham Odeon, so I love that I am now able to support him on tour."

Gig-goers can expect "show-stopping classics and fan-favourites" spanning Rod's six-decade career.

Rod will return home to Edinburgh Castle for the first time in 13 years for two special homecoming shows as part of the jaunt.

The 'Maggie May' singer added: "My favourite memories have been summer nights with a beer or two alongside the best fans in the world.

"I'm impatiently awaiting this summer playing at a variety of special venues - football, cricket and rugby stadiums, estates and castles! We'll all be dancing under the stars."

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The tour dates are:


Sat 24th Plymouth, Home Park Stadium

Wed 28th Northampton, cinch Stadium

Fri 30th Durham, Seat Unique Riverside


Sun 2nd Bristol, Badminton Estate, Worcester Park

Tues 4th Hull, Sewell Group Craven

Thurs 6th Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle

Fri 7th Edinburgh, Edinburgh Castle