More than 50 years of Motown hits will be performed at the Pavilion Theatre in Worthing on April 7, ranging from songs by The Temptations to Stevie Wonder.
The show also plays The Kings Theatre in Southsea on June 4.
Now in its ninth successive year, the show features a new selection of songs and routines and incorporates a live band, which includes a distinctive horn section.
Spokesman Peter Brent said: “The Motown Brothers combine their energy, enthusiasm and humour to honour the songs of artists such as The Four Tops, Marvin Gaye, The Jacksons, Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie, The Isley Brothers and more.
“With many possible songs in their repertoire, the evolving set list for Worthing will include songs such as how sweet it is (to be loved by you), tracks of my tears, my girl, baby love and Heat Wave.
“It brings the best of Motown songs together in a truly fabulous theatre show. The orchestra deliver outstanding performances in one of the best Motown experiences ever. It will have you dancing all night long!”