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Keith Urban plays 58 cities

Monday, January 5, 2009 – Keith Urban will play 58 cities in North America, including Nashville, Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Toronto and Vancouver, during his tour, which follows on the heels of a new, as yet untitled, disc out March 31.

The tour kicks off in May, and likely go through the summer and into the fall, according to his publicist. No dates were announced.

One supporting act, either Sugarland, Taylor Swift, Jason Aldean, Lady Antebellum, Dierks Bentley, Glen Campbell or The Zac Brown Band will appear at each show.

Tour locations are:
Uncasville, CT
State College, PA
Rochester, NY
St. Paul, MN
Little Rock, AR
Tulsa, OK
Green Bay, WI
Kansas City, MO
Charleston, West Va.
Roanoke, VA
Columbus, OH
Louisville, KY
Huntsville, AL
Hershey, PA
Washington DC
Fort Wayne, IN
Charlottesville, VA
St. Louis
Buffalo, NY
Knoxville, TN
Greenville, SC
Salt Lake City, UT
Charlotte, NC
Portland, OR
Raleigh, NC
Seattle, WA
Des Moines, IA
Spokane, WA
Moline, IL
Vancouver, Canada
Omaha, NE
Calgary, Canada
Wichita, KS
Edmonton, Canada
Saskatoon, Canada
Winnipeg, Canada
Glendale, AZ
London, Canada
Las Vegas
Toronto, Canada
Los Angeles
Albany, NY
Ontario, CA
New York

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