Celtic open up their Scottish Premier League defence with a home game against Gus MacPherson's St Mirren.
Walter Smith's Rangers side start with a tough away fixture against Falkirk, with the first Old Firm encounter at Celtic Park on 30 August.
Motherwell, who finished third last season, begin with a visit to Hearts. Aberdeen entertain Inverness CT.
Promoted side Hamilton start the season at home to Dundee United and Kilmarnock take on Hibernian at Rugby Park.
The following Saturday, Gordon Strachan takes his Celtic side to Tannadice to face Dundee United.
Hibs will also entertain Falkirk on Saturday 16 August and Inverness take on Hamilton.
Motherwell face Aberdeen at Fir Park, Rangers entertain Hearts and St Mirren host Kilmarnock.
The first Edinburgh derby of the new season will take place on 18 October at Easter Road.
The Rangers Supporters' Assembly expressed disappointment at the fixture list.
Assembly president Jim Templeton said it was unfair that Rangers must play three of their first four matches away from home.
He also criticised the SPL for squeezing Rangers' second Champions League qualifying match between trips to Pittodrie and Celtic Park.
Aberdeen managing director Duncan Fraser thought the fixtures were more consistent for the coming season.
"From an Aberdeen perspective, the fixtures are far more balanced than they have been in recent seasons and it would certainly appear that our strenuous pleas to the league for a reduction in the level of back-to-back home and away games have been heeded," he said.
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