Chris Brown wants to do something special for his diehard fans. The singer has announced three upcoming shows in smaller venues than the typical arenas he performs in on tours. The shows will take place in the lead up to the release of Chris Brown's new album Royalty. The final show will occur on the album's release date.

The opening show of the tour will be held on Dec. 13 at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago, Ill. The second is scheduled for Dec. 16 at the Masonic in San Francisco, Calif. And the final date is set for Dec. 18 at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, Calif. Tickets for all three events went on sale this morning (Dec. 8).

Royalty, due out next Friday (Dec. 18), will be Chris Brown's second album of 2015. Earlier this year, Brown released a collaboration album with rapper Tyga called Fan of a Fan: The Album. In addition to that album, Brown recently dropped a massive 34 track mixtape titled Before The Party. The project presumably featured songs that were recorded during the Royalty sessions, but ultimately did not make the cut.

Chris Brown's new album will feature 14 tracks and a surprisingly low amount of guest appearances. Solo Lucci and Tayla Parx are the only guests set to appear on the LP. Future is a guest on the track "U Did It" off the deluxe version of the album. Production on Brown's new album will be handled by Boi-1da, Vinylz, The MeKanics, BLAQTUXEDO and ToneStith among others.