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Sutherland returns to the road

Monday, March 19, 2018 – Actor Kiefer Sutherland returns to touring this spring and early summer with his Reckless 2018 North American and European Tour.

Sutherland is also putting the finishing touches on new music to be released this summer.

Sutherland kicks off more than 40 dates with a performance at the Grand Ole Opry on April 10.

"I couldn't have imagined the depth with which I have fallen in love with touring. To have the opportunity to convey intimate, personal stories to an audience, for me, has proven to be priceless," Sutherland said.

Tour dates are:
April 10 Grand Ole Opry - Nashville, Tenn.
April 12 Delmar Hall - St. Louis, Mo.
April 13 Knuckleads - Kansas City, Mo.
April 14 Bourbon Theatre - Lincoln, Neb.
April 17 Bluebird Theatre - Denver, Colo.
April 18 Park City Live - Park City, Utah
April 20 Crystal Bay - Crown Room - Crystal Bay, Nev.
April 21 Fremont Theatre - San Luis Obispo, Calif.
April 22 Mystic Theatre - Petaluma, Calif.
April 24 Crystal Palace - Bakersfield, Calif.
April 26 Coach House - San Juan Capistrano, Calif.
April 27 Music Box - San Diego, Calif.
April 28 Red Rock Casino Resort - Las Vegas, Nev.
May 1 Cactus Theater - Lubbock, Texas
May 2 Antone's - Austin, Texas
May 4 Billy Bob's - Fort Worth, Texas
May 5 Island View Casino - Gulfport, Miss.
May 7 The Cowan (Topgolf) - Nashville, Tenn.
May 10 The Phoenix - Toronto, Ontario
May 20 Birchmere - Alexandria, Va.
May 23 Bottle & Cork - Dewey Beach, Del.
May 25 Stone Pony - Asbury Park, N.J.
May 26 Bethel Woods - Liberty, N.Y.
May 27 Daryl's House - Pawling, N.Y.
May 28 Stephen's Talkhouse - Long Island, N.Y.
June 7 Kantine - Cologne, Germany
June 8 TivoliVredenberg - Utrecht, Netherlands
June 9 Parkbuehne - Leipzig, Germany
June 10 Gruenspan - Hamburg, Germany
June 12 Columbia Theatre - Berlin
June 13 Hirsch - Nuermberg, Germany
June 14 X-Tra - Zurich
June 16 Teatro Barcelo - Madrid
June 17 Bikini - Barcelona, Spain
June 19 Zappa - Antwerp, Belgium
June 21 Electric Ballroom - London
June 22 Waterfront - Norwich, England
June 23 Black Deer Festival - East Sussex, England
June 25 O2 Academy Oxford - Oxford, England
June 26 Komedia - Bath, England
June 28 Albert Hall - Manchester, England
June 29 Queens Hall - Edinburgh, Scotland
June 30 The Academy - Dublin

More dates will be added.

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