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Eli Young Band Announces Their “Love Talking Tour” Amid Their New Single Release

The 51-date tour will kick off tomorrow (Feb. 17) in Hays, Kansas and hit cities like San Diego, Nashville, Fort Myers and Minneapolis before wrapping in Denver on August 26, 2022.

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Country fans got the perfect Valentine’s Day gift from Eli Young Band!

With the magic of love and romance in the air, the country music group took to their social media accounts on Monday (Feb. 14) to give fans a V-Day treat they weren’t expecting — a headlining tour!

“We’re pumped to announce the Love Talking Tour! Grab tickets at and we’ll see y’all on the road 🗣❤️ #eliyoungband,” the band wrote on Instagram.


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It is still unknown if there will be any openers for the tour, but with or without direct support, this tour is going to be a fun-filled time.

Tickets are available now at, and for more information plus upcoming tour dates make sure to follow @EliYoungBand on social media.

EYB’s Love Talking Tour is named after the band’s new single “Love Talking,” which is now available on Country Radio. The lyric-driven melody penned by Jeffrey East, Eric Arjes, and frontman Mike Eli shares a story about a guy who did not need the liquor courage to tell his love interest his true feelings.

“It’s a cool vibe, and it’s a cool theme. I mean, there’s only a couple general themes that you talk about in music, and love is probably 80 percent of what’s on the radio,” band member Jon Jones told Celeb Secrets Country in an exclusive interview. “We have done it in a slightly different way, and this song feels like the next chapter. We have been putting out music over all these years and certain songs and projects really feel like they’re elevated from anything we’ve done before – and this is definitely one of them,” he adds. You can read more of our exclusive interview here

Are you excited for Eli Young Band’s Love Talking Tour? Let us know by leaving a reaction below or tweet @CS_Country.

Love Talking Tour Dates:

February 17    Hays, Kan.  ||  Fox Theatre

February 18    Roswell, N.M.  ||  The Liberty

February 19    Abilene, Texas  ||  Potosi Live

March 4           College Station, Texas  ||  Hurricane Harry’s

March 5           Kyle, Texas  ||  Down South Railhouse

March 8           Modesto, Calif.  ||  Gallo Center for the Arts

March 9           San Diego, Calif.  ||  Moonshine Beach

March 10         Tucson, Ariz.  ||  Rialto Theatre

March 11         Chandler, Ariz.  ||  Wild Horse Pass – Motor Sports Park

March 24         Athens, Ga.  ||  Georgia Theatre

March 25         Richmond, Va.  ||  The National

March 26         Rocky Mountain, Va.  ||  Harvester Performance Center

March 28         Nashville, Tenn.  ||  Assembly Food Hall

April 1              Katy, Texas  ||  Wildcatter Saloon

April 2              Oklahoma City, Okla.  ||  Beer City Music Hall

April 7              Green Bay, Wis.  ||  EPIC Event Center

April 8              Clear Lake, Iowa  ||  Surf Ballroom

April 9              Fargo, N.D.  ||  Sanctuary Event Center

April 13            Cincinnati, Ohio  ||  Bogart’s

April 14            Columbus, Ohio  ||  The Bluestone

April 15            Bloomington, Ind.  ||  Bluebird Nightclub

April 21            Gulf Shores, Ala.  ||  The Hangout

April 22            Tampa, Fla.  ||  Dallas Bull

April 23            Fort Myers, Fla.  ||  The Ranch

April 28            Hampton Beach, N.H.  ||  Wally’s Pub

April 29            Manchester, N.H.  ||  The Pub

April 30            Portland, Maine  ||  Aura

May 6              Providence, R.I.  ||  Fete Music Lounge

May 13            Fayetteville, Ark.  ||  George’s Majestic

May 20            Helotes, Texas  ||  Floore’s Country Store

May 21            Amarillo, Texas  ||  Big Texan Starlight Ranch

June 2             Dewey Beach, Del.  ||  Bottle & Cork

June 3             Washington, D.C.  ||  The Bullpen

June 10           Kamas, Utah  ||  DeJoria Center

June 11           Burley, Idaho  ||  King Fine Arts Center

June 17           New Braunfels, Texas  ||  Whitewater Amphitheater

June 18           El Campo, Texas  ||  Greek Brothers

June 22           Aspen, Colo.  ||  Belly Up

June 25           Santa Fe, N.M.  ||  Hilton Santa Fe Buffalo Thunder

June 29           Lincoln, Neb.  ||  Bourbon Theatre

July 14            Little Rock, Ark.  ||  The Hall

July 16            Beaufort, S.C.  ||  Beaufort Waterfront Park

July 19            Washington, Pa.  ||  Wild Things Park

July 21            Brooklyn, N.Y.  ||  Brooklyn Bowl

July 22            Huntington, N.Y.  ||  The Paramount

July 23            Philadelphia, Pa.  ||  Brooklyn Bowl

August 5          Minneapolis, Minn.  ||  Fine Line Music Cafe

August 7          Wisconsin Dells, Wis.  ||  Crystal Grand Music Theatre

August 11        Petaluma, Calif.  ||  McNear’s Mystic Theatre

August 13        Fontana, Calif.  ||  Tailgate Fest

August 26        Denver, Colo.  ||  Grizzly Rose


  • Gracie Lowes

    Gracie is an intern at Celeb Secrets who attends St Clair College. When she’s not reporting on the latest news, she enjoys watching tv shows and movies, reading, going to concerts and traveling.

Written by Gracie Lowes

Gracie is an intern at Celeb Secrets who attends St Clair College. When she’s not reporting on the latest news, she enjoys watching tv shows and movies, reading, going to concerts and traveling.

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