.@joshgroban announced he's doing a series of shows at Radio City Musical Hall! He'll be playing there every couple of months at the iconic venue starting on #ValentinesDay. WE CAN'T WAIT! pic.twitter.com/Pzdf8UEIDy— Good Morning America (@GMA) October 8, 2019

Josh Groban will launch a new residency show at Radio City Music Hall in 2020.

The 38-year-old singer shared plans for his Great Big Radio City Show during Tuesday's episode of Good Morning America.

"I have been given an extraordinary opportunity to do a series of shows at Radio City Music Hall," Groban said.

"This is a show that's going to be unlike anything else I've ever done in my life," he added. "There will be interviews, there will be guests, there will be music, there will be unexpected moments with the audience."

Groban confirmed the news in an Instagram post Tuesday.

"It's going to be musical, eclectic, fun, full of friends, and it might get a little weird, but that's my jam," he said of the show.

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Soooo I have a super ambitious thing happening and I can finally show you after announcing with my pals at @goodmorningamerica this morning. The good people at @radiocitymusichall have given me this iconic venue to craft a very special series of nights. It's going to be musical, eclectic, fun, full of friends, and it might get a little weird, but that's my jam. First one is on Valentine's Day so BRING YOUR LOVAH. Or come single and mingle. Pre-sale tix link in bio. AHHHHH SEE YOU THERE!!!

A post shared by Josh Groban (@joshgroban) on Oct 8, 2019 at 6:26am PDT

Groban will kick off the "New York-centric" show Feb. 14 on Valentine's Day. He will perform again April 18, and put on new shows every couple months.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Friday at 12 p.m. Chase cardholders have access to pre-sale tickets Tuesday through Thursday at 10 p.m.

Groban released his eighth studio album, Bridges, in September 2018. He is known for his renditions of "You Raise Me Up," "The Prayer" and "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas."