Keith Urban announced plans a new album and a tour, with special guest Kelsea Ballerini.
Urban hosted a Facebook Live event from Exit / In in Nashville on Wednesday night (Jan. 17) to share his big news -- and play a pop-up show for media members and fans.
During his Exit / In show, Urban announced that his new album will be called "Graffiti U" and is coming "this year -- very soon, I hope." Urban did not reveal any further details about the album, though earlier on Wednesday, he teased via a social media video that something -- perhaps a new song called "Parallel Line" -- is coming on Friday (Jan. 19).
After his Facebook Live stream ended, he performed new songs titled "Steal My Thunder," "Same Heart" and "Texas Time."
Urban will also be hitting the road in 2018 for his Graffiti U World Tour. Ballerini was on hand to help Urban announce the trek, too; together, they performed a cover of Camila Cabello's "Never Be the Same." Via the Facebook Live, Urban then used a video to announce his full slate of Graffiti U World Tour dates.
The tour will begin on June 15 in St. Louis, Mo., and run through early November.