Paisley beats summer into fall
Thursday, September 19, 2013
– Brad Paisley's Beat This Summer Tour is continuing through November with new dates announced.
Special guests this leg of the tour include Chris Young and Lee Brice through October and Young and Danielle Bradbery for November.
Paisley is currently touring in support of "Wheelhouse," which features his new single, I Can't Change the World, as well as the back-to-back number ones Southern Comfort Zone and Beat This Summer.
Tour dates are:
Oct. 17 Copps Coliseum Hamilton, ON
Oct. 18 Canadian Tire Centre Ottawa, ON
Oct. 19 Budweiser Gardens London, ON
Oct. 23 MTS Centre Winnipeg, MB
Oct. 24 Brandt Centre Regina, SK
Oct. 25 Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, AB
Oct. 26 Rexall Place Edmonton, AB
Nov. 14 CenturyLink Center Omaha, NE
Nov. 15 BMO Harris Bank Center Rockford, IL
Nov. 16 Xcel Energy Center St. Paul, MN
Nov. 21 Prairie Capitol Conv Center Springfield, IL
Nov. 23 The Palace at Auburn Hills Detroit
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