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Cobb continues being "Sucker For a Good Time"

Wednesday, April 17, 2019 – Brent Cobb has announced a new leg of the "Sucker For a Good Time Tour."

The heavy touring singer kicks off dates on Aug. 1 at The Windjammer in Isle of Palms, S.C. and continues through November, making stops at New York's Bowery Ballroom and Chicago's Lincoln Hall.

Artist presale tickets will be available began on Tuesday with the general onsale beginning Friday, April 19 at 10 a.m. local time.

Cobb will also continue his extensive run as part of "Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show" between headline dates, further pushing his 2018 release, "Providence Canyon," which was produced by his cousin, uber producer Dave Cobb.

Tour dates are:
June 14 - Maryville, TN - The Shed
June 15 - Waverly, AL - Standard Deluxe
June 19 - Denver, CO - Ogden Theatre %
June 20 - Grand Junction, CO - Warehouse 25sixty-five %
June 22 - Emigrant, MT - Old Saloon %
June 23 - Bozeman, MT - Live From The Divide
June 24 - Billings, MT - The Pub Station %
June 25 - Missoula, MT - Wilma Theater %
June 27 - Spokane, WA - Knitting Factory Concert House %
June 28 - Seattle, WA - Neptune Theatre %
June 29 - Portland, OR - Roseland Theater %
July 6 - Madison, IN - RoosterTail Music Festival
July 8 - Chicago, IL - Jay Pritzker Pavilion in Millennium Park
Aug. 1 - Isle of Palms, SC - The Windjammer
Aug. 2 - Elkin, NC - Reevestock Music Festival
Aug. 3 - Bowling Green, KY - Spillway Bar & Grill
Aug. 4 - St. Charles, IA - Hinterland Music Festival
Aug. 9 - Montgomery, AL - Range 231N
Aug. 14 - Sedalia, MO - Missouri State Fair +
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 - North Little Rock, AR - Verizon Arena *
Aug. 24 - Bossier City, LA - CenturyLink Center *
Aug. 29 - Huntsville, AL - Von Braun Center *
Aug. 31 - Orange Beach, AL - Amphitheater at the Wharf *
Sept. 14 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre ^
Sept. 15 - Raleigh, NC - Lincoln Theatre ^
Sept. 17 - Charlottesville, VA - The Southern ^
Sept. 18 - Washington, DC - Rock & Roll Hotel ^
Sept. 20 - Philadelphia, PA - World Café Live ^
Sept. 21 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom ^
Sept. 22 - Uncasville, CT - Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun Resort
Sept. 23 - Cambridge, MA - The Sinclair ^
Sept. 26 - Ann Arbor, MI - The Ark ^
Sept. 27 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall ^
Sept. 28 - Minneapolis, MN - The Cedar Cultural Center
Sept. 29 - Milwaukee, WI - Collectivo Coffee ^
Oct. 1 - Indianapolis, IN - HiFi Indianapolis ^
Oct. 2 - Columbus, OH - A&R Music Bar ^
Oct. 3 - Pittsburgh, PA - Mr. Smalls ^
Oct. 5 - Macon, GA - Hargray Capitol Theatre ^
Oct. 23 - Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar
Oct. 25 - Los Angeles, CA - Lodge Room
Oct. 26 - San Francisco, CA - Great American Music Hall ~
Oct. 27 - Crystal Bay, NV - Crystal Bay Club Casino / Crown Room ~
Oct. 29 - Sacramento, CA - Harlow's ~
Oct. 31 - Seattle, WA - Tractor Tavern ~
Nov. 5 - Bozeman, MT - The Filling Station ~
Nov. 7 - Boise, ID - Neurolux ~
Nov. 8 - Salt Lake City, UT - The State Room ~
Nov. 10 - Fort Collins, CO - Hodi's Half Note ~

^ support from The National Reserve
~ support from Hailey Whitters
% with Whiskey Myers
* as part of Chris Stapleton's "All-American Road Show"
+ Festival performance direct to Tyler Childers

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