Shawn Mendes is hitting the road.
On Monday (September 20), Mendes took to Instagram to tease an upcoming tour built around his fourth studio album Wonder. Though he revealed he will be going on tour, he did not share the dates just yet.
"TOUR," Mendes wrote alongside three red hearts. "Wonder: The World Tour. Announcing later this week! Can’t wait to get out there and see you all again guys."
Mendes encouraged his fans to sign up on his website for updates by promising those fans will be the first to know about tour dates and pre-sale information.
Fans, of course, immediately swarmed Mendes' post with excitement about seeing him perform live again. "LETS GOOOOOOOO," one person wrote, while another chimed in with "take my money." The most common questions, unsurprisingly, were to ask the 'Lost in Japan' singer when and where he'd be stopping.
It's been almost a year since Mendes released Wonder. The album dropped back in December 2020 amid the ongoing pandemic. “I sincerely hope you love this album even half as much as I do,” Mendes wrote of the album in a handwritten letter to fans at the time. “Wonder taught me freedom & how to surrender to the magic of art. Songs from the heart & sounds from another time and world. I love you all so much, thank you for the support for so many years."
Shortly after the album's release, Wonder became Mendes’ fourth full-length project to debut atop of the Billboard 200. Among the 22-year-old’s previous works to debut at the top spot include Handwritten (No. 1 in May 2015), Illuminate (No. 1 in October 2016), and his self-titled third studio album (No. 1 in June 2018).
The upcoming Wonder: The World Tour will be Mendes' first time back on the road since 2019. His Netflix documentary In Wonder, which also premiered last year, followed the superstar during his previous world tour.