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Stapleton extends tour

Wednesday, January 23, 2019 – Chris Stapleton will continue his "All-American Road Show" through 2019 with newly confirmed performances this summer and fall.

The shows will kick-off July 9 at Allentown, Pa.'s PPL Center and conclude Nov. 2 at Louisville's KFC Yum! Center. Special guest openers include Margo Price, Brent Cobb, Brothers Osborne, The Marcus King Band and Kendell Marvel.

Stapleton Fan Club pre-sales will begin Tuesday, Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. local time. Public ticket sales begin Friday, Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. local time.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 10-Los Angeles, CA-Citi Sound Vault at Hollywood Palladium
March 8-Glasgow, Scotland-SSE Hydro Arena
March 9-Dublin, Ireland-3 Arena
March 10-London, U.K.-The O2
March 15-16 -Durant, OK-Choctaw Grand Theater
March 30-Atlanta, GA-Mercedes-Benz Stadium *
Apriil 14-Florence, AZ-Country Thunder
Apriil 25-Austin, TX-Mack, Jack & McConaughey Gala
July 9-Allentown, PA-PPL Center &
July 12-Fort Laramie, OH-Country Concert
July 14-Craven, Saskatchewan-Country Thunder Saskatchewan
July 19-Omaha, NE-CHI Health Center &
July 20-Monticello, IA-Great Jones County Fair
July 21-Twin Lakes, WI-Country Thunder
July 25-Bangor, ME-Darling's Waterfront Pavilion &
July 26-Bethel, NY-Bethel Woods Center for the Arts &
July 27-Canandaigua, NY-CMAC &
Aug. 1-3-Detroit Lakes, MN-WE Fest 2019
Aug. 1-Charleston, WV-Charleston Civic Center Coliseum &
Aug. 9-Holmdel, NJ-PNC Bank Arts Center &
Aug. 10-Burgettstown, PA-KeyBank Pavilion &
Aug. 11-Columbia, MD-Merriweather Post Pavilion &
Aug. 15-Erie, PA-Erie Insurance Arena **
Aug. 16-Grand Rapids, MI-Van Andel Arena **
Aug. 17-Toronto, ON-Budweiser Stage **
Aug. 22-Wichita, KS-INTRUST Bank Arena **
Aug. 23-Little Rock, AR-Verizon Arena **
Aug. 24-Bossier City, LA-CenturyLink Center **
Aug. 29-Huntsville, AL-Von Braun Center **
Aug. 31-Orange Beach, AL-The Wharf Amphitheater **
Oct. 3-Springfield, MO-JQH Arena $
Oct. 4-Oklahoma City, OK-Chesapeake Energy Arena#
Oct. 5-Memphis, TN-FedEx Forum $
Oct. 10-Jacksonville, FL-Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena#
Oct. 11-Tampa, FL-MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre#
Oct. 12-West Palm Beach, FL-Coral Sky Amphitheatre#
Oct. 17-Charleston, SC-North Charleston Coliseum $
Oct. 18-Virginia Beach, VA-Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach $
Oct. 19-Greensboro, NC-Greensboro Coliseum $
Oct. 25-Peoria, IL-Peoria Civic Center $
Oct. 26-Kansas City, MO-Sprint Center $
Nov. 1-Greenville, SC-Bon Secours Wellness Arena $
Nov. 2-Louisville, KY-KFC Yum! Center $
* with George Strait
& with special guests Margo Price, The Marcus King Band
** with special guests Brent Cobb, The Marcus King Band
$ with special guests Brothers Osborne, Kendell Marvel
# with special guest TBA, Kendell Marvel

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