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Paisley keeps crushing it

Thursday, February 5, 2015 – Brad Paisley is looking to keep crushing it this summer as he launching a world tour.

Paisley said Thursday his 2015 tour, "Crushin' It World Tour kicks off May 15 in Philadelphia. Current dates end Oct. 3 in West Palm Beach, Fla., although more dates will be added. Special guests will be reigning ACM New Artist of the Year Justin Moore and newcomer Mickey Guyton.

Tour dates are:
May 15 Susquehanna Bank Center Philadelphia, PA
May 16 Walnut Creek Ampitheatre Raleigh, NC
May 17 Shaky Boots Music Festival Atlanta, GA *
May 30 Blue Ridge Music Festival Salem,VA *
May 31 PNC Music Pavilion Charlotte, NC
June 4 Ak-Chin Pavilion Phoenix, AZ
June 5 Hollywood Bowl Los Angeles, CA
June 6 Sleep Train Amphitheatre San Diego, CA
June 12 Sleep Train Amphitheatre Sacramento, CA
June 13 Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View, CA
June 20 Windy City LakeShake Festival Chicago, IL *
June 26 First Niagara Pavilion Pittsburgh, PA
June 27 FarmBorough Country Music Festival New York, NY *
June 28 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center Darien Center, NY
July 17 Blossom Music Center Cleveland, OH
July 18 Faster Horses Country Music Festival Brooklyn, MI *
July 24 Bethel Woods Center for the Arts Bethel, NY
July 25 XFINITY Theatre Hartford, CT
July 26 Saratoga Performing Arts Center Saratoga Springs, NY
July 31 Mountain Home Country Music Festival Mountain Home, ID *
Aug. 1 Camrose Regional Exhibition Camrose, AB
Aug. 7 Boots & Hearts Music Festival Oro-Medonte, ON *
Aug. 9 Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion Gilford, NH
Aug. 21 Texas Thunder Country Music Festival Gardendale, TX *
Aug. 22 Winstar Casino Thackerville, OK
Aug. 28 Riverbend Music Center Cincinnati, OH
Aug. 29 Klipsch Music Center Indianapolis, IN
Aug. 30 Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis, MO
Sept. 17 Isleta Amphitheater Albuquerque, NM
Sept. 19 USANA Amphitheatre Salt Lake City, UT
Sept. 25 XFINITY Center Mansfield, MA
Sept. 26 Jiffy Lube Live Washington, DC
Sept. 27 Farm Bureau Live Virginia Beach, VA
Oct. 2 MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre Tampa, FL
Oct. 3 Cruzan Amphitheatre W. Palm Beach, FL

* Dates are festivals - include Paisley and multiple artists

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