Host Adam Hills and stars Myf Warhurst and Alan Brough have decided to take an adapted version of the award-winning music trivia show, which was cancelled earlier this year after seven years on air, on the road around Australia.
According to The Daily Telegraph, Spicks and Specktacular - The Finale is a brand new production that will see Hills, Warhurst and Brough entertaining audiences in Sydney, Brisbane, Newcastle, the Gold Coast, Wollongong, Canberra, Adelaide, Perth and Melbourne.
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Sidekicks Kit Warhurst, Gus Agars and Steve Hesketh will also be taking part in the show. The first gig takes place in November.
The final episode of Spicks and Specks is scheduled for transmission on November 23 this year.
When he announced the axing of the show, Hills said: "I have loved every second of my involvement with Spicks and Specks, and especially working with Alan and Myf. We always said we wanted to leave when we were on top and while we were still having fun, and now feels like the right time.
"We are indebted to our loyal fans for giving us seven amazing years on Australian television, and I hope they'll hold the memories of Spicks and Specks close to their hearts."
Watch a clip of Myf Warhurst taking a dare on Spicks and Specks below: