Justin Moore has announced his second headlining tour.

The Off the Beaten Path Tour will begin on Nov. 1 in Springfield, Mo. and continue into the spring. Randy Houser and Josh Thompson will open for the 'Point at You' hitmaker, who releases his 'Off the Beaten Path' album on Sept. 17.

In June, Moore talked to Taste of Country about the tour, saying he's ready to quit flying under the radar. “People go, ‘So y’all playing clubs?’ I go, ‘No, we’re playing arenas! What are you talking about?’” he joked.

In a press release, Moore explained how the success of the Outlaws Like Me Tour provided this opportunity, calling Houser and Thompson two of his best friends. "I've said numerous times, I believe they are the two most talented singer/songwriters in our format," he revealed. "As a fan, I can't wait to watch them play … It's gonna be a party every night!”

Other confirmed dates include Nov. 2 in Enid, Okla., Nov. 15 in Newport, Ky., Nov. 16 in Youngstown, Ohio and Nov. 30 in Chicago. A complete list of dates will be revealed soon.

'Point at You' is Moore's current single, and it's approaching the Top 10 on radio charts. Previous hits include ''Til My Last Day,' 'If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away' and 'Small Town USA.' 'Off the Beaten Path' will be his third studio album, and Moore says it will include a more diverse sound.

The star told Taste of Country, “It is the most diverse I’ve done, but I want my fans to know I haven’t cut a pop album by any stretch of the imagination."