While several country stars like Kenny Chesney and Taylor Swift recently concluded their high-grossing North American concert tours, some artists are gearing up for massive fall outings. Catch these big-name acts at an arena, theatre, or nightclub in a city near you.
After a long hot summer playing to legions of fans during his "Light the Fuse" tour, Keith Urban will launch the autumn leg of his tour on October 4, in Tampa, Florida. Special guests, Grammy winners Little Big Town and "Cowboys and Angels" singer Dustin Lynch will add their electrifying energy to the already amped show.
Returning from a summer hiatus, Lady Antebellum heads back out on the road in November to support their latest release, "Golden." The "Take Me Downtown" tour kicks off on November 8 and features Kip Moore and Kacey Musgraves as opening acts. Fans can purchase special VIP packages that include a pre-show meet and greet with the band here.
Justin Moore has spent the last several years opening for acts like Alan Jackson, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Church, and others. The singer, who just released his third album, returns to the road for his first-ever headlining tour. With honky-tonk buddies Randy Houser and Josh Thompson along for the ride, you can guarantee a great night of solid country music at this show.
Hunter Hayes headlines "CMT On Tour: I Want Crazy" tour featuring Ashley Monroe as an opening act. The trek takes him all around the nation, including a two-night stint at the historic Ryman Auditorium. Tickets have already sold out in most venues.
Chase Rice kicks off his "Ready Set Roll" tour in Ohio on October 3. The always-entertaining "That's How She Rolls" singer is set to tour throughout December in support of his next EP, which is due in stores on October 15. Rice also co-wrote the mega smash, "Cruise" performed by Florida-Georgia Line.
Catch the CMA-nominated duo Florida Georgia Line in select cities this fall on their "Here's To The Good Times" tour. The fun begins on October 3 in South Dakota and ends in Washington on December 14 . Included on the bill are Colt Ford, Tyler Farr, and Dallas Smith.
After spending the summer serving as Kenny Chesney's opening, the Eli Young Band will adventure on a headlining fall jaunt. The "Drunk Last Night" tour, with singer-songwriter Eric Paslay in tow, kicks off on October 3. Find a complete list of tour dates here.
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