The 2020 PDC tournament calendar features more than 150 days of darts worldwide.
The Masters sees the top 16 return to action in Milton Keynes from January 31 to February 2 for the first televised event of the season.
Premier League Darts then begins on Thursday February 6 at the P&J Live arena in Aberdeen, beginning the 17-night tour of the UK, Ireland, Netherlands and Germany.
The tournament will then move to Nottingham, Cardiff and Dublin during the remainder of February before the visit to Westpoint Exeter on Thursday March 5 and Liverpool on March 12.
Due to the Coronavirus pandemic and subsequent government restrictions, the remaining Premier League nights will be split across several months and is currently due to culminate in Newcastle in October.
The 30 Players Championship events begin with three double-headers during February ahead of the UK Open, which take places from March 6-8 in Minehead.
The European Tour kicks off in Belgium in March before a further 12 events throughout the year, including a first visit to Hungary.
Leeuwarden in the Netherlands will also host the European Tour for the first time from September 11-13, ahead of the annual visit to Gibraltar.
The World Cup of Darts will be held from June 18-21 in Hamburg before the World Matchplay takes place from July 18-26 in Blackpool.
Both the Champions League of Darts and World Series Finals will move forward to September ahead of the World Grand Prix in Dublin in October.
The European Championship returns to Dortmund from October 29 to November 1, with the Grand Slam taking place from November 14-22 in Wolverhampton.
The Players Championship Finals at Butlins Minehead take place from November 27-29, with the dates for the 2020/2021 World Championship to be confirmed.
Details of World Series of Darts events will be confirmed in due course for the international events to be held throughout the year.