Toto will bring their summer tour to Easton's State Theatre, officials announced Monday in a news release.
The band behind the hits "Africa," "Hold the Line" and "Rosanna" will perform June 16 at the venue.
Tickets, which cost $75 and $65, go on sale 10 a.m. Friday to the public through statetheatre.org and by calling 610-252-3132.
The band's core membership consists of guitarist Steve Lukather, keyboardist-vocalist David Paich, keyboardist Steve Porcaro and lead vocalist Joseph Williams. They will be joined by percussionist Lenny Castro, drummer Shannon Forest, bassist Shem von Schroeck and saxophonist-vocalist Warren Ham.
Lukather performed in June 2012 at the State Theatre, as a member of Ringo Starr's All-Star Band. Lukather's credits as a session guitarist include recording rhythm guitar on Michael Jackson's hit single "Beat It."
Toto returned to the road in 2016 for their first United States headlining trek in more than a decade. In March 2015, the group released Toto XIV -- their first studio effort since 2006's Falling in Between.