Chris Stapleton Announces New Tour and New Music

 


Singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton found tremendous success and critical acclaim with his debut solo album Traveller. Fans should be pleased, as he’s just announced an upcoming headlining tour named the  “All-American Road Show.” In addition to the tour announcement, Stapleton revealed that his second album is scheduled to be released on May 5.

Brent Cobb, Anderson East, Brothers Osborne, Margo Price and Lucie Silvas will join Stapleton on the road for select dates. The tour will visit major cities throughout North America and kicks off at the Houston Rodeo on March 9, concluding in New Hampshire on August 25. Stapleton will take a break from headlining to open for Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers on June 29 in Chicago and July 5-6 in Milwaukee.

Tickets for the All American Road Show go on sale for fan club members on February 21 (10am local time) and general sales begin on February 24 (10am local time).

Check out the tour dates listed below, and for more information about opening acts, visit Stapleton’s website.

3/9 – Houston, Texas (Houston Rodeo)
3/18 – London, Ontario, Canada (Budweiser Gardens)
3/19 – Ottawa, Ontario, Canada (Canadian Tire Centre)
3/22 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (MTS Centre)
3/24 – Calgary, Alberta, Canada (Scotiabank Saddledome)
3/25 – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada (Rexall Place)
3/27 – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada (Rogers Arena)
3/28 – Seattle, Washington (Key Arena)
3/30 – Las Vegas, Nevada (Pearl Theater – Palms Casino Resort)
4/6 – Columbus, Georgia (Columbus Civic Center)
4/8 – Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. @ Tortuga Music Festival
4/20 – Roanoke, Virginia (Berglund Center)
4/21-22 – Pikeville, Kentucky (East Kentucky Expo Center)
4/27 – Columbia, Missouri (Mizzou Arena)
4/28 – Cape Girardeau, Missouri  (Show Me Center)
4/29 – Bloomington, Illinois (U.S. Cellular Coliseum)
5/5 – Alpharetta, Georgia (Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre)
5/11 – Virginia Beach, Virginia (Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at VA Beach)
5/12 – Raleigh, North Carolina (Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek)

5/13 – Charlotte, North Carolina (PNC Music Pavilion)
5/18 – San Diego, California (Mattress Firm Amphitheatre)
5/19 – Phoenix, Arizona (Ak-Chin Pavilion)
5/20 – Los Angeles, California (Forum)
5/23 – Denver, Colorado (Red Rocks Amphitheatre)
6/1 – Fresno, California (Save Mart Center at Fresno State)
6/2 – Mountain View, California (Shoreline Amphitheatre)
6/3 – Wheatland, California (Toyota Amphitheatre)
6/9 – Southaven, Mississippi (BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove)
6/10 – Birmingham, Alabama (Oak Mountain Amphitheatre)
6/15 – Charleston, West Virginia (Charleston Civic Center)
6/16 – Cincinnati, Ohio (Riverbend Music Center)
6/17 – Indianapolis, Indiana (Klipsch Music Center)
6/22 – Tulsa, Oklahoma (BOK Center)
6/23 – Manhattan, Kansas (Country Stampede)
6/24 – North Platte, Nebraska (Nebraskaland Days)
6/29 – Chicago, Ill. (Wrigley Field)
7/5-6 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Summerfest)
7/14 – Mansfield, Massachusetts (Xfinity Center)
7/15 – Hartford, Connecticut (The XFINITY Theatre)
7/16 – Darien Lake, New York (Darien Lake Performing Arts Center)
7/20 – Holmdel, New Jersey (P.N.C. Bank Arts Center)
7/21 – Wantagh, New York (Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater)
7/22 – Bristow, Virginia (Jiffy Lube Live)
7/28 – George, Washington (Watershed Festival)
7/29 – Central Point, Oregon (Country Crossings Music Festival)
7/30 – Mountain Home, Idaho (Mountain Home Country MusicFestival)
8/3 – Duluth, Minnesota (AMSOIL Arena)
8/4 – Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin (Country on the River)
8/5 – St. Louis, Missouri (Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre)
8/10 – Hershey, Pennsylvania (Giant Center)
8/11 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania (First Niagara Pavilion)
8/12 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (BB&T Pavilion)
8/17 – Toronto, Ontario, Canada (Budweiser Stage)
8/18 – Cleveland, Ohio (Blossom Music Center)
8/19 – Clarkston, Michigan (DTE Energy Music Theatre)
8/25 – Gilford, New Hampshire (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion)