Paisley plans U.S. dates, first tour of Australia
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Paisley plans U.S. dates, first tour of Australia

Tuesday, March 29, 2022 – Brad Paisley will launch World Tour 2022 in North America on May 27 in Uncasville, Conn., he announced today. This summer Paisley will head overseas on his ninth European tour and will end the run with his first-ever tour in Australia this fall.

The international shows are his first since 2019. Special guests on the tour will include Tracy Lawrence, Scotty McCreery, Morgan Evans, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack and others.

Tickets will be available for all dates at A portion of ticket sales will go to The Store, a nonprofit free-referral based grocery store which aims to empower low-income individuals and families in the Nashville area. The Store was co-founded by Brad and Kimberly Williams-Paisley and is currently serving 450 families a month.

Earlier this year, Paisley scored the 25th number 1 single of his career with "Freedom Was A Highway" with Jimmie Allen.

Tour dates are:
May 27 Uncasville CT Mohegan Sun Arena
May 29 Windsor Ontario, Canada The Colosseum at Caesars Windsor
June 2 Pittsburgh PA The Pavilion at Star Lake *
June 3 Philadelphia PA Waterfront Music Pavilion*
June 4 Bethel NY Bethel Woods Center for the Arts*
June 10 Simpsonville SC CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park X
June 11 Virginia Beach VA Veterans United Home Loans AMPHITHEATER at Va. Beach X
June 24 Greeley CO Greeley Independence Stampede - Island Grove Regional Park
June 25 Fort Hall ID Shoshone-Bannock Hotel Casino
June 26 Airway Heights WA Northern Quest Resort & Casino
July 15 Glasgow Scotland SSE Hydro ++
July 16 Dublin Ireland 3Arena ++
July 19 Tilburg Netherlands 013 Poppodium ++
July 20 Copenhagen Denmark Royal Arena ++
July 22 Bergen Norway Bergenhus Festning ++
July 24 Trondheim Norway Kristiansten Festning ++
July 27 Gothenburg Sweden Liseburg Amusement Park
July 29 Gavle Sweden Furuviksparken
July 31 Schwetzingen Germany Schlossgarten Open Air
Aug. 12 Albuquerque NM Sandia Resort Casino - Sandia Amphitheatre
Aug. 13 Tucson AZ Ava Amphitheatre
Aug. 18 Murphys CA Ironstone Amphitheatre X
Aug. 19 Irvine CA FivePoint Amphitheatre X
Aug. 20 Temecula CA Pechanga Resort Casino - Pechanga Summit X
Aug. 24 Put In Bay OH Bash on the Bay Country Music Festival
Aug. 25 Syracuse NY St. Joseph's Health Amphitheater at Lakeview XX
Aug. 26 Niagara Falls Ontario, Canada Fallsview Casino Resort – Niagara Falls Entertainment Centre
Sept. 17 McHenry IL Splash into Country – Rise Up McHenry
Sept. 23-25 Willowbank, Australia CMC Rocks
Sept. 26 Brisbane, Australia Brisbane Entertainment Centre ++
Sept. 29 Melbourne, Australia Rod Laver Arena++
Oct. 1 Deniliquin, Australia Deni Uti Muster
Oct. 5 Sydney, Australia Qudos Bank Arena
Oct. 8 Auckland, New Zealand Spark Arena

*Tracy Lawrence and Tenille Townes
++ Morgan Evans
X Tracy Lawrence and Caylee Hammack
XX Scotty McCreery and Caylee Hammack

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