Jordan Fisher and Frankie Muniz have joined Dancing with the Stars' huge 66-day winter tour.

The Dancing with the Stars' Season 25 winner and third-place finisher are hitting the road with professional dancers Lindsay Arnold, Alan Bersten, Sharna Burgess, Witney Carson, Artem Chigvintsev, Keo Motsepe, Gleb Savchenko, Emma Slater and more for Dancing with the Stars: Live! -- Light Up the Night.

This is the first time in Dancing with the Stars history two celebrity finalists will be joining the tour, which kicks off December 30 in Charlotte, NC and comes to an end on March 18, 2018 in Los Angeles, CA.

During the tour filled with glamour and fun, Jordan and Frankie will reprise their best Season 25 performances with partners Lindsay and Witney, respectively.

The audience will also watch every style of dance showcased on Dancing with the Stars, from sexy salsas to elegant waltz routines. Group numbers will also be included in the show, as well as original pieces choreographed by Mandy Moore.

"I have loved being a part of this season, and I wasn't ready for this experience to end, so I am beyond thrilled to be going on the Dancing with the Stars tour!" Frankie said in a statement.

"I'm super excited to extend my experience with my Dancing with the Stars family!" Jordan said. "The tour is going to be a blast. I'm looking forward to seeing all of America!"

Jordan has vast experience onstage having starred in Hamilton on Broadway and Fox's Grease: Live! musical, but the experience will definitely be a new one for Frankie, an actor and race car driver.

Dancing with the Stars: Live! -- Light Up the Night will be traveling to more cities than ever before. The show's Troupe members will also dance on tour: Sasha Farber, Jenna Johnson, Hayley Erbert and Brandon Armstrong. 

Tickets are currently on sale.

Below are the tour dates and locations for Dancing with the Stars: Live! -- Light Up the Night:

- December 30: Charlotte, North Carolina (Owens Auditorium)

- December 31: Greenville, South Carolina (Bon Secours Wellness Arena)
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- January 2: Atlanta, Georgia (The Fox)

- January 3: Richmond, Virginia (Altria Theater)

- January 4: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Tower Theater)

- January 5: Kitchener, Ontario, Canada (Centre in the Square)

- January 6: Rama, Ontario, Canada (Casino Rama)

- January 7: Rama, Ontario, Canada (Casino Rama) Matinee Show

- January 9: New Brunswick, New Jersey (State Theater)

- January 10: Washington, D.C. (MGM National Harbor)

- January 12: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (Sands)

- January 13: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (Sands)

- January 14: Lancaster, Pennsylvania (American Music Theater) Matinee & Evening Show

- January 15: Lancaster, Pennsylvania (American Music Theater)

- January 16: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (Bennedum)

- January 18: New York, New York (Radio City Music Hall)

- January 19: Verona, New York (Turning Stone)

- January 20: Windsor, Ontario, Canada (Casino Windsor) Matinee & Evening Show

- January 21: Buffalo, New York (Sheas)

- January 23: Bangor, Maine (Cross Insurance Center)

- January 24: Portland, Maine (Merrill Auditorium)

- January 25: Boston, Massachusetts (Wang)

- January 26: Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)

- January 27: Uncasville, Connecticut (Mohegan Sun)

- January 28: Baltimore, Maryland (The Lyric)

- January 30: Cleveland, Ohio (State Theater)

- January 31: Columbus, Ohio (The Palace)

- February 1: Cincinnati, Ohio (The Taft)

- February 2: Indianapolis, Indiana (The Murat)

- February 3: Rosemont, Illinois (Rosemont Theater) Matinee & Evening Show

- February 5: Ames, Iowa (Stephens Auditorium)

- February 6: Rockford, Illinois (Coronado)

- February 7: Ft Wayne, Indiana (The Embassy)

- February 8: Knoxville, Tennessee (Knoxville Civic Auditorium)

- February 9: Birmingham, Alabama (BJCC Concert Hall)

- February 10: Huntsville, Alabama (Von Braun Center Concert Hall)

- February 11: Nashville, Tennessee (Opry House)

- February 13: Sarasota, Florida (Van Wezel)

- February 14: Clearwater, Florida (Ruth Eckerd Hall)

- February 15: Hollywood, Florida (Seminole Hard Rock)

- February 16: Naples, Florida (Hayes)

- February 17: Jacksonville, Florida (Times Moran)

- February 18: Orlando, Florida (Bob Carr Theater)

- February 21: Austin, Texas (Bass Hall)

- February 22: Wichita Falls, Texas (Wichita Falls Memorial Auditorium)

- February 23: Dallas, Texas (Fairpark Music Hall)

- February 24: Sugar Land, Texas (Smart Financial Center)

- February 25: McAllen, Texas (McAllen Performing Arts Center)

- February 26: Midland, Texas (Wagner Noel)

- February 27: Amarillo, Texas (Amarillo Civic Auditorium)

- March 1: Albuquerque, New Mexico (Popejoy)

- March 2: El Paso, Texas (Chavez Theater)

- March 3: Phoenix, Arizona (Comerica Theater)

- March 4: San Diego, California (Symphony Hall)

- March 6: Riverside, California (Fox Theater)

- March 7: Riverside, California (Fox Theater)

- March 8: Stockton, California (Stockton Arena)

- March 9: San Jose, California (City National)

- March 10: Redding, California (Redding Civic Center)

- March 11: Eugene, Oregon (Hult Center)

- March 13: Seattle, Washington (WaMu Theater)

- March 14: Spokane, Washington (INB Center)

- March 15: Boise, Idaho (Morriston Center)

- March 16: Reno, Nevada (Grand Sierra)

- March 17: Santa Barbara, California (Arlington Theater)

- March 18: Los Angeles, California (Microsoft Theater)