The popular singer-songwriter is one of British music’s biggest stars with record sales exceeding 10 million.
Tickets go on sale at 10am on Friday, December 2.
Up to 10,000 fans are expected to descend on the park for the event.
Olly this month scored an amazing fourth consecutive number one album with his latest, most personal offering 24 Hrs.
New single ‘Years and Years’ is the new album’s centrepiece; an expansive, explosive, spine-tingling belter and follows the radio favourites ‘You Don’t Know Love’ and ‘Grow Up’ which Olly recently performed on the X Factor.
His other top singles include Dance With Me Tonight, Troublemaker, Heart Skips A Beat and Dear Darlin’.
The former X Factor runner up is also appearing in Bournemouth on March 28 as part of a 21-date spring arena tour. The BIC show sold out in hours.
Olly said: “I’m so pleased to be playing Bournemouth again. It is one of my favourite places and an outdoor gig is always something very special.
“I’m also glad to give fans who weren’t able to get BIC tickets the chance to see the show – which is spectacular.”
Olly’s special guests, his support act, are still to be announced.
Olly, 32, shot to fame on the X Factor in 2009 finishing second to Joe McElderry with Stacey Solomon third.
His varied career to date has included his own TV shows, presenting the X Factor and Xtra Factor, being appointed an FA ambassador, hosting sports shows and videos, writing books and spending five nights in the Kenyan desert for charity.
Olly has also announced an outdoor concert at historic Powderham Castle, near Exeter on Saturday, July 29 2017.
Olly said: “I’m so pleased to be returning to Powderham. An outdoor gig at a historic home is always something very special.
“I’m also glad to give fans in the West Country a chance to see the show – which I can assure them is spectacular.”
Charlie Courtenay, The Earl of Devon, said: “Powderham is thrilled to welcome Olly Murs back to Devon. Olly was a great success here in 2013, and we expect his return to be even better.
“We are pleased to be able to build upon the remarkable summer of music in 2016, and with Olly on board, 2017 is looking even better.”
Entry tickets for both concerts are £39.50 with Golden Circle pit tickets at £55, both subject to a booking fee.
There is a limited availability of VIP Lounge hospitality tickets with facilities in an exclusive private hospitality area in the arena, including Premium Golden Circle tickets, two-course barbecue, complimentary bar until 8pm, host/hostess service and VIP car parking and badges. Price is £199+VAT.
For hospitality bookings call 01202 255161.
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