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Morgan plans fall tour

Monday, May 9, 2022 – Craig Morgan will launch his headlining Operation Finally Home Welcomes "God, Family, Country Tour 2022" this fall.

Morgan will play 11 theater and auditorium dates in October and November, including a Veterans Day Show on Nov. 11 at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. The closing show at Ryman Auditorium will be Morgan's first headlining date there.

Kicking off Oct. 19 in Green Bay, Wisc., he'll be joined by Ray Fulcher to open the shows. Tickets are on-sale beginning this Friday, May 13 at CraigMorgan.com.

"I feel like this tour has been a lifetime in the making," Morgan said. "Musically and personally, God, family and country are the most important things to me, and I'm excited to share this in my upcoming memoir and in my tour as me and the band play some fan favorite songs, some album cuts and some new songs you've not even heard yet."

Morgan's memoir, "God, Family, Country," is out Sept. 27 in partnership with Blackstone Publishing.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 19 - Green Bay, WI II Meyer Theatre
Oct. 20 - Mason City, IA II North Iowa Community Auditorium**
Oct. 21 - Wisconsin Dells, WI II Crystal Grand Music Theatre
Oct. 22 - Des Plaines, IL II The Des Plaines Theater
Oct. 27 - Orange Park, FL II Thrasher-Horne Center
Oct. 28 - Irmo, SC II Harbison Theater**
Oct. 29 - Bristol, TN II Cameo Theatre
Nov. 3 -- Des Moines, IA II Hoyt Sherman Place
Nov. 4 - Jackson, MI II Jackson Community College**
Nov. 5 - Tiffin, OH II Ritz Theater**
Nov. 11- Nashville, TN II Ryman Auditorium


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