The Britpop-era band, who formed in Birmingham in 1989, will kick off the tour on 18 August at Dreamland in Margate and finish at the O2 Academy in Glasgow on 18 December.
The tour also includes a date at London’s Eventim Apollo on December 16, as well as shows in Bristol, Sheffield, Liverpool and Halifax.
Frontman Simon Fowler, guitarist Steve Craddock, and drummer Oscar Harrison will perform songs from their biggest albums, including The Riverboat Song and The Day We Caught The Train.
The band reached number one in 1997 with their third album, Marchin’ Already.
“After starting off with a short stint of summer dates, it’s going to be a great end of the year on the road with Ocean Color Scene, playing all the songs and more for some proper pre-Christmas parties with our fans who are the best in the land,” said Fowler.
Guitarist Craddock said the shows sounded like “the first proper tour the ocean color scene has done in years”.
He added: “Last year we managed six dates because of the World Cup, and the previous year Covid was still scaring people, so we are going to make it something special.
“Roll up, roll up on the OCS Magical Tour.”
Drummer Harrison said: “We look forward to seeing everyone on tour – and we’re very excited that the final night will be taking place in Glasgow, a city with which Ocean Color Scene has always had a very special relationship.”
Tickets go on general sale at 9 a.m. Friday at www.oceancolourscene.com.
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