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Wallen announces If I Know Me Tour

Wednesday, October 17, 2018 – Morgan Wallen, who enjoyed a big hit with "Up Down," unveiled his 2019 headlining tour today.

Beginning Jan. 5 in Milwaukee, the If I Know Me Tour will hit 26 cities from coast-to-coast including a hometown show in Knoxville, Tenn. plus stops in Boston, Denver, and Los Angeles before wrapping in Salt Lake City, Utah, on March 30.

The upcoming tour follows his spring 2018 headlining Up Down Tour and will feature Big Loud Records artist (and "Up Down" co-writer) Hardy as the opening act.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 5 - Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Jan. 10 - Birmingham, Alabama
Jan. 11 - Knoxville, Tennessee
Jan. 17 - Overland Park, Kansas
Jan. 18 - Lincoln, Nebraska
Jan. 19 - Denver, Colorado
Jan. 24 - Columbia, South Carolina
Jan. 25 - Athens, Georgia
Jan. 26 - Madison, Wisconsin
Jan. 31 - Nashville, Tennessee
Feb. 2 - Springfield, Illinois
Feb. 7 - Oxford, Mississippi
Feb. 9 - Starkville, Mississippi
Feb. 16 - Lexington, Kentucky
Feb. 21 - New York, New York
Feb. 22 - Boston, Massachusetts
Feb. 23 - Asbury Park, New Jersey
March 1 - Lake Buena Vista, Florida
March 7 - Lancaster, Pennsylvania
March 8 - Clifton Park, New York
March 23 - Los Angeles, California
March 27 - San Diego, California
March 28 - Phoenix, Arizona
March 29 - Las Vegas, Nevada
March 30 - Salt Lake City, Utah

Wallen has a new single with "Whiskey Glasses" from his "If I Know Me" album.

Wallen is now touring with Jake Owen through Nov. 3.

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