In October, the BBC will take the hit ballroom dance show on the road and visit Leeds, Edinburgh, Norwich, Plymouth and Swansea. Fans will be able to dress up and perform on the dancefloor, take part in special dance rehearsals and watch local dance companies perform.
BBC head of entertainment and events Katie Taylor said: "This is our eighth series of Strictly Come Dancing and we know there are lots of Strictly fans around the UK that love the show as much as we do.
"Each year, there are huge demands for tickets to the live show, so these events are a great way to give audiences up and down the country a real opportunity to have first-hand experience of the glitz and glamour of Strictly."
There is also the opportunity for 500 fans to take part in an exclusive event at BBC Television Centre in November, when choreographer and ex-Strictly champion Karen Hardy will be creating a routine within the iconic 'doughnut' building. It will be filmed for a new BBC One ident, which will mark the 50th anniversary of the broadcasting building.
Controller of entertainment commissioning Mark Linsey said: "BBC One is the home of dance, so it makes sense to use the circular shape of Television Centre to film this new Strictly Come Dancing-themed ident.
"As the nation's favourite channel, we are extremely excited about having 500 Strictly fans come together in such an iconic place and we’re sure that this event will delight those watching and taking part."
Tickets for the events are available on the BBC shows and tours site.