Morrissey has announced a Dublin date for December 1 at the newly-named 3Arena in Dublin.
It will be the 55-year-old singer's first Irish show since 2011 and comes just days after his London show at the O2 Arena on November 29.
The Dublin date follows a major tour across the US earlier this year, and will precede a wider European tour.
Morrissey, whose autobiography was published last October, released his new album World Peace Is None Of Your Business in July, his first solo release since 2009's Years Of Refusal.
The album has apparently been removed from iTunes in America as well as streaming services like Spotify and Rdio, after the outspoken and controversial musician claimed he and his record label Harvest had parted company, saying they had "botched" the release of the record.
'World Peace Is None Of Your Business' marked his first solo release since 2009's ‘Years of Refusal.’ The album charted top 5 in Ireland, at number 2 in the UK, and is Morrissey’s 12th top ten UK album.
The singer, who released his highly acclaimed autobiography in October 2013 and the best-selling Penguin Classic sold 110, 000 in its first week and spent 5 weeks at #1.
Morrissey will be supported by special guest Anna Calvi in Dublin. Tickets from €59.50 inclusive of booking fee are on sale at 9am on Friday 12th September from Ticketmaster outlets and online at www.ticketmaster.ie
This weekend, in a field in Stradbally, we're partying like it's 1999. Almost literally in some cases - the Electric Picnic line-up reads less like a who's who and more like a 'who were they again?'. Not that there's much cause for complaint.
A lot of new music is released in any given three-week period, and a veritable mountain of CDs and streams have built up on my desk and in my inbox in that time that I’ve been on leave. And what a remarkable period it has been for new music, with several albums that are worthy additions to any collection.