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Bentley extends Burning Man tour

Monday, February 11, 2019 – Dierks Bentley is adding 31 dates this summerto his Burning Man Tour.

Jon Pardi, Tenille Townes and the Hot Country Knights, and its final weekend will include Caylee Hammack to open shows.

"The Burning Man Tour is off to a killer start. I've loved standing side stage to watch Pardi and Tennille and to feel the energy bottled up in these arenas before we go on," said Bentley. "We are making the most of every minute out there - on stage and off - and I'm excited to announce we are going to roll it through the summer." Upcoming tour dates are:
Feb. 14 Ontario, CA
Feb. 15 Fresno, CA
Feb. 16 Reno, NV
Feb. 21 Lexington, KY
Feb. 22 Nashville, TN
Feb. 23 Columbia, MO
Feb. 28 Sioux Fall, SD
March 1 Wichita, KS
March 2 Omaha, NE
March 7 Moline, IL
March 8 Duluth, MN
March 9 Grand Forks, ND
March 28 Toledo, OH
March 29 Columbus, OH
March 30 Grand Rapids, MI
May 30 Cincinnati, OH
May 31 Indianapolis, IN
June 1 St. Louis, MO
June 13 Brandon, MS
June 14 Alpharetta, GA
June 15 Orange Beach, AL
June 29 Clarkston, MI
June 30 Syracuse, NY
July 18 Jacksonville, FL
July 25 Cleveland, OH
July 11 Raleigh, NC
July 12 Virginia Beach, VA
July 13 Bristow, VA
July 19 West Palm Beach, FL
July 20 Tampa, FL
July 26 Holmdel, NJ
July 27 Burgettstown, PA
Aug. 1 Darien Center, NY
Aug. 2 Wantagh, NY
Aug. 3 Scranton, PA
Aug. 8 Charlotte, NC
Aug. 9 Tuscaloosa, AL
Aug. 10 Dallas, TX
Aug. 15 Hartford, CT
Aug. 16 Boston, MA
Aug. 17 Philadelphia, PA
Aug. 22 Kansas City, MO
Aug. 23 Chicago, IL 9/06 Irvine, CA* 9/07 Mountain View, CA* 9/08 Sacramento, CA** *with Jon Pardi, Caylee Hammack and the Hot Country Knights **with Caylee Hammack and the Hot Country Knights

Fans can purchase tickets now for select cities as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket. or beginning Friday, Feb. 15 in select cities. Additional dates will continue to rollout over the coming weeks.

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Editorial: Walking the talk – When names like Hank Williams, Johnny Cash, Waylon and the Hag are invoked, you're talking hard core country. These are the touchstones of country , the guys who made country music what it was and still is (or maybe can be). When these folks would sing about being down-and-out and the rough-and-tumble, they knew of what they were singing about. Fast forward a few years to the country singers of today. »»»
Concert Review: For Brooks and fans, a most unusual change of pace – To say that this was a change of pace for Garth Brooks - not to mention his fans - would be an understatement of the highest degree. Brooks all but begged during the show to be playing next door at Gillette Stadium where the New England Patriots play. But, alas, Brooks exuded joy and excitement at the chance to play before about 500 people at a club,... »»»
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