The siblings are both Dancing With The Stars alums and according to the Safe Haven star the idea to go on tour came from their fans.
"Anywhere we go, we always get asked, 'When are you and your brother going to do something together?' Now it's the right time," Julianne, 25, told People. "We're going to do dances and performances, but we also want to get people inspired and active, and we're going to incorporate the audience into the show."
"We want the show to be interactive," Derek, 28, said. "We want people to wear comfortable clothes because we're going to get them up and dancing."
The Hough siblings worked alongside Tabitha and Napoleon D'uomo to create the choreography for the tour. The show will feature ten backup dancers and will include solo, duet and group dance performances in several categories like ballroom, tap, jazz, contemporary, hip-hop and others.
The Move Live On Tour will kick off this May 25 in Park City, Kansas and hit 42 cities.