Watson announces '19 tour
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Watson announces '19 tour

Monday, October 29, 2018 – Aaron Watson revealed the first dates today of his 2019 headlining tour with more than 20 shows spanning coast to coast on its initial swing.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 11 - Goliad, TX
Jan. 17 - Pensacola, FL
Jan. 18 - Tampa, FL
Jan. 19 - Atlanta, GA
Jan. 24 - Nashville, TN
Jan. 25 - Detroit, MI
Jan. 26 - Indianapolis, IN
Feb. 16 - Kearney, NE
Feb. 21 - Omaha, NE
Feb. 22 - Kansas City, MO
Feb. 23 - Springfield, MO
Feb. 27 - Washington DC
Feb. 28 - Philadelphia, PA
March 3 - Uncasville, CT
March 21 - St Louis, MO
March 22 - Wichita, KS
March 23 - Denver, CO
March 28 - Boise, ID
March 29 - Spokane, WA
March 30 - Portland, OR

19 - Anaheim, CA
April - San Luis Obispo, CA
May 15 - Helena, MT
All tour dates just released are on-sale. now.

Watson's latest album is "Vaquero," featuring the hit single "Outta Style."


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