The concerts will kick off October 18 at the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia, before going on to play 17 additional cities in the U.S., concluding at New York's Madison Square Garden November 18. Tickets will go on sale to the general public March 16 following VIP and Citibank member pre-sales March 13.
Groban earned a Tony Award nomination for his Broadway debut as the introspective aristocrat Pierre in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812. The Grammy nominee will release his eighth studio album on Valentine's Day and is set to appear in the upcoming Netflix series The Good Cop.
Menzel, who won a Tony for her performance as Elphaba in Wicked, last appeared on Broadway in If/Then. The Frozen star will return to the New York stage this spring in the Roundabout Theatre Company production of Joshua Harmon's Skintight Off-Broadway.
The two previously co-starred in the 2008 concert production of Chess at London's Royal Albert Hall.
See below for the full list of cities. For more information, visit JoshGroban.com.
October 18: Infinite Energy (Duluth, GA)
October 19: Bridgestone (Nashville, TN)
October 23: Toyota Center (Houston, TX)
October 24: American Airlines Center (Dallas, TX)
October 26: Talking Stick Resort Arena (Phoenix, AZ)
October 27: The Forum (Inglewood, CA)
October 29: Vivint Smart Home Arena (Salt Lake City, UT)
October 30: Pepsi Center (Denver, CO)
November 2: Xcel Energy Center (Saint Paul, MN)
November 3: Wisconsin Entertainment and Sports Center (Milwaukee, WI)
November 6: United Center (Chicago, IL)
November 7: Little Ceasars (Detroit, MI)
November 9: TD Garden (Boston, MA)
November 12: Wells Fargo (Philadelphia, PA)
November 13: Blue Cross Arena (Rochester, NY)
November 15: Capital One Arena, Verizon (Washington, D.C.)
November 16: PPG Paints Arena (Pittsburgh, PA)
November 18: Madison Square Garden (New York, NY)