Veteran singer Sir Cliff Richard is shaking off the trauma of his recent sex abuse raid by heading out on tour to mark his 75th birthday.

The Devil Woman hitmaker was left stunned in August (14) when cops swooped on his home in Berkshire, England as part of a probe into an allegation that a boy under the age of 16 was assaulted in 1985.

The pop star has vehemently denied the accusation, branding it "completely false", and now he has shown he has no intention of letting the incident put him off performing by heading out on the road to celebrate his milestone birthday next year (15).

He will play 11 gigs across seven cities in his native U.K., including four at London's Royal Albert Hall.

A message announcing the tour on his official website reads, "Cliff Richard will celebrate his 75th birthday with his fans in a series of concerts in the Uk and ending at the Royal Albert Hall, London in September/October 2015."