Chris Stapleton Reschedules And Extends ‘All-American Road Show’ Tour

Chris Stapleton is going on tour and we can’t contain our excitement!

Country Music star, Chris Stapleton won “Album of the year” at the 56th ACM Awards for his chart-topping record, Starting Over. The “Tennessee Whiskey” singer and songwriter also performed “Maggie’s Song” with Miranda Lambert at the iconic Bluebird Café in music city on Sunday, April 18.

To keep up the positive momentum, Stapleton broke the news that he is returning to the stage with his “All-American Road Show.” The musician has confirmed new stops on his summertime tour and rescheduled tour dates as well, which will launch on July 17.

The talented artist is set to play 57 dates between July 2021 and June 2022. Some of the new stops include Detroit’s DTE Energy Music Theatre, Atlanta’s Cellairis Amphitheater at Lakewood, and Houston’s Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, among many more venues.

Several leading names in the country music industry will be joining Stapleton on the road throughout his tour. Depending on the date of the concert, expect to see performances from The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell, Sheryl Crow, Caylee Hammack, The Highwomen, Jamey Johnson, Elle King, Nikki Lane, The Marcus King Band, Kendell Marvel, Willie Nelson and Family, Margo Price, Mavis Staples, Dwight Yoakam, and Yola.

Some of his headline shows will take place at world-renowned stadiums across the United States. He will be making a splash at Washington State’s George Amphitheater, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, and New York’s Madison Square Garden.

Stapleton will also be giving back to the community, by holding a special performance at the University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field on April 23, 2022. The eventful evening called “A Concert for Kentucky” will feature Willie Nelson and Family, Sheryl Crow and Yola. All proceeds will benefit Stapleton’s Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fun.

The talented artist has partnered with the Blue Grass Community Foundation to create the charitable fund. His philanthropic efforts support a variety of local and national organizations directly impacting Kentucky.

If you are already itching to get your hands on some tickets, you will have to wait a few more days. Tickets will go on sale on three separate dates: April 20, May 7, and June 11 at 10 AM local time.

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Here are Stapleton’s “All-American Road Show” Dates:

July 17—Chicago, IL—Wrigley Field

July 28—Gilford, NH—Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

July 29—Gilford, NH— Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

July 30—Gilford, NH—Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

August 5—Cuyahoga Falls, OH—Blossom Music Center

August 6—Clarkston, MI—DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 7—Clarkston, MI—DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 12—Charlotte, NC—PNC Music Pavilion

August 13—Raleigh, NC—Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek

August 14—Bristow, VA—Jiffy Lube Live

August 21—Arlington, TX—Globe Life Field

August 26—Tampa, FL—MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

August 27—Alpharetta, GA—Ameris Bank Amphitheatre

August 28—Atlanta, GA—Cellairis Bank Amphitheatre

September 16—Maryland Heights, MO—Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

September 17—Birmingham, AL—Oak Mountain Amphitheatre

September 18—Orange Beach, FL—The Wharf Amphitheatre

September 23—Bethel, NY—Bethel Woods Center for the Arts

September 24—Burgettstown, PA—Pavilion at Star Lake

September 25—Noblesville, IN—Ruoff Music Center

September 30—Virginia Beach, VA—Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

October 1—Camden, NJ—BB&T Pavilion

October 2—Mansfield, MA—Xfinity Center

October 7—Syracuse, NY—St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview

October 8—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden

October 9—Holmdel, NJ—PNC Bank Arts Center

October 14—Columbia, MO—Mizzou Arena

October 15—Lincoln, NE—Pinnacle Bank Arena

October 16—Sioux Falls, SD—Denny Sanford PREMIER Center

October 21—Cincinnati, OH—Riverbend Music Center

October 22—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena

October 23—Nashville, TN—Bridgestone Arena

October 28—Lubbock, TX—United Supermarket Arena

October 29—Albuquerque, NM—Isleta Amphitheater

October 30—Phoenix, AZ—Ak-Chin Pavilion

November 4—Austin, TX—Frank Erwin Center

November 5—Tulsa, OK—BOK Center

November 6—The Woodlands, TX—Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion

November 18—Orlando, FL—Amway Center

November 19—Estero, FL—Hertz Arena

November 20—West Palm Beach, FL—iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre

December 3—Memphis, TN—FedEx Forum

December 4—Biloxi, MS—Mississippi Coast Coliseum

December 5—Knoxville, TN—Thompson-Boling Arena

April 20, 2022—Toledo, OH—Huntington Center

April 21, 2022—Columbus, OH—Schottenstein Center

April 23, 2022—Lexington, KY—A Concert for Kentucky – Kroger Field

June 2, 2022—Nampa, ID—Ford Idaho Center Arena

June 3, 2022—Ridgefield, WA—Sunlight Supple Amphitheater

June 4, 2022—George, WA—Gorge Amphitheater

June 11, 2022—San Bernardino, CA—Glen Helen Amphitheater

June 16, 2022—Bakersfield, CA—Mechanics Bank Arena

June 17, 2022—Wheatland, CA—Toyota Amphitheatre

June 18, 2022—Mountain View, CA—Shoreline Amphitheatre

June 23, 2022—West Valley City, UT—Usana Amphitheater

June 24, 2022—Denver, CO—Ball Arena

June 25, 2022—Denver, CO—Ball Arena

Written by Tiffany Goldstein

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