The actor - who was fired from sitcom `Two and a Half Men` because of his recent wild behaviour - has agreed a merchandising and licensing contract with the concert promoters and while one day it may include a live tour, the company will now be focusing on producing Charlie memorabilia.
Joey Scoleri, LiveNation`s Senior VP for Tour Marketing & Promotion, told E! News: "Being fired has only made him more popular because he is standing up for himself. He is a folk hero.
"We`re hoping to have some of the items for sale as soon as next week. It`s all coming together really quickly. He`s got a lot of brilliant ideas."
The range of merchandise will include mugs, T-shirts and badges with some of Charlie`s most famous sayings, such as `winning`, emblazoned on them.
Charlie - who was pictured on the roof of the LiveNation offices waving a machete - impressed bosses with his ideas for the future.
A source said: "He wants to connect personally with his fans and getting out there on a tour and seeing people in person really appeals to him."
Meanwhile, Charlie will carry on getting paid by `Two and a Half Men` even if he is replaced by another actor.
The 45-year-old star has a clause in his contract which states he will get paid as long as the show is in production, but Warner Bros. - who produce the series - claim he was in breach of his contract when they sacked him so they don`t have to fulfil the clause.
Producers are yet to decide what will happen to the show, in which Charlie earned $2 million an episode.