Martina McBride announces 2008 tour
Wednesday, October 31, 2007
– Martina McBride announced Wednesday she will launch a 2008 tour in January, in support of "Waking Up Laughing." The tour will be supported by Jack Ingram and new group Lady Antebellum.
McBide will start the tour Jan. 18 in Evansville, Ind. and concludes March 2 in Syracuse, N.Y.
Ingam records for Big Machine and had a number one hit, "Whereever You Are." He charted earlier this year with a remake of Hinder's "Lips of an Angel."
Capitol Records Nashville newcomers Lady Antebellum consists of Hillary Scott, Charles Kelley and Dave Haywood. Their self-penned debut single "Love Don't Live Here" has just been released to country radio. An album is expected in early spring 2008.
Tour dates are:
Jan. 18 Evansville, IN - Roberts Stadium
Jan. 19 Cincinnati, OH - US Bank Arena
Jan. 20 Grand Rapids, MI - Van Andel Arena
Jan. 25 Green Bay, WI - Resch Center
Jan. 27 Ames, IA - Hilton Coliseum
Feb. 1 Columbus, OH - Nationwide arena
Feb 2 Cleveland, OH - Wolstein Center
Feb. 22 Champaign, IL - Assembly Hall
Feb. 23 Council Bluffs, IA - Mid-America Center
Feb. 29 Reading, PA - Reading Civic Center
Mar. 2 Syracuse, NY - Oncenter Complex
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