Green announces We Out Today tour
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Green announces We Out Today tour

Tuesday, September 14, 2021 – Riley Green announced the We Out Today tour, kicking off Nov. 3 in Georgia and continuing through Feb. 5 in Tennessee.

Corey Smith, Kameron Marlowe and Mike Ryan will open shows. Tickets for the tour will be available beginning this Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

"It's been a great summer getting back to playing to shows and being in front of fans again," said Green. "Now I'm looking forward to going into arenas this fall with Corey Smith, Mike Ryan and Kameron Marlowe. It's gonna be an awesome tour."

Tour dates are:
Nov. 3 / Athens, GA
Nov. 4 / Huntsville, AL
Nov. 5 / Pikeville, KY
Nov. 6 / Augusta, GA
Jan. 6 / Columbia, SC
Jan. 7 / Atlanta, GA
Jan. 13 / Knoxville, TN
Jan. 14 / Savannah, GA
Jan. 15 / Albany, GA
Jan. 27 / Columbus, GA
Jan. 28 / Biloxi, MS
Jan. 29 / Birmingham, AL
Feb. 3 / Southhaven, MS
Feb. 4 / Tupelo, MS
Feb. 5 / Chattanooga, TN


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