Country Music Tours Scheduled for 2023 – Full Catalog A-Z Here

Here is your full catalog of country music tours scheduled for 2023. Get all the information and details, so that you do not miss your favorite artists on tour!



Ashley McBryde – The Devil I Know Tour



Bailey Zimmerman – Religiously Tour (2024)
Blake Shelton – Back to The Honky Tonk Tour
Brett Eldredge – 2023 Glow Live Tour
Brett Young – 5 Tour 3, 2, 1
Brooks & Dunn – Reboot Tour



Carly Pearce – Country Music Made Me Do It Tour
Carrie Underwood – The Denim & Rhinestones Tour
Chase Rice – Way Down Yonder Tour
The Chicks – World Tour
Chris Stapleton – All-American Road Show Tour
Cole Swindell – Twelve Tour
Conner Smith – Creek Will Rise Tour



Darius Rucker – Starting Fires Tour (2023)
Dierks Bentley – Gravel & Gold Tour



Elle King – A-Freakin’ Men Tour
Eric Church – The Outsiders Revival Tour
Ernest – This Fire Tour





George Strait – 2023 Stadium Tour



Hank Williams Jr. – Headlining Tour
HARDY – the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour



Ingrid Andress – The Good Person Tour (2023)



Jake Owen – Loose Cannon Tour
Jason Aldean – Highway Desperado Tour
Jelly Roll – Backroad Baptism Tour
Jon Pardi – Mr. Saturday Night World Tour (2023)
Jordan Davis – Damn Good Time Tour


Kane Brown – Drunk or Dreaming Tour
Kelsea Ballerini- Heartfirst Tour
Kenny Chesney – I Go Back Tour
Kip Moore – Damn Love World Tour



Little Big Town – Friends of Mine Tour
Luke Bryan – Country On Tour ft. special guests
Luke Combs – World Tour 2023
Luke Grimes – Fall Tour Dates



Megan Moroney – the Lucky Tour
Michael Ray – 2023 Tour
Morgan Wade – No Signs of Slowing Down Tour
Morgan Wallen – One Night At A Time World Tour





Old Dominion – No Bad Vibes Tour



Parker McCollum – Spring 2023 Tour
Parmalee – Take My Name Tour





Russell Dickerson – Big Wheels & Back Roads Tour



Sam Hunt – Summer On the Outskirts Tour
Scotty McCreery – Damn Strait Tour
Shania Twain – Queen of Me Tour



Thomas Rhett – Home Team Tour
Tim McGraw – Standing Room Only Tour (2024)
Trace Adkins – Somewhere In American Tour







Walker Hayes – Duck Buck Tour







Zac Brown Band – From the Fire Tour
Zach Bryan – The Burn, Burn, Burn Tour


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2019 Country Music Tours Announced…So Far

Country music fans have a lot to look forward to in the upcoming year. In the last few weeks, our favorite country stars started to announce their 2019 tours. This is only the beginning of what’s to come for next year. Make sure you are subscribed to our Weekly Round-Up here, which features upcoming events, ticket giveaways, meet & Greet contests and more, so you don’t miss a thing. Below is a list of all the tours that are happening so far!


Oh, What A World: Tour
Kacey Musgraves with Natalie Prass and Soccer Mommy 

2019 Tours

Kacey Musgraves is currently on her headlining, ‘Oh, What A World: Tour’ and will be continuing her 60-date run in the U.S. and Canada next year. Musgraves is joined by special guests Natalie Prass and Soccer Mommy on select dates. New Yorkers have multiple chances to see the tour in January, starting with her show in Port Chester, NY playing at The Capitol Theater on January 17th and then moving onto her two sold-out shows at The Beacon Theater in New York City on January 25th and 26th! For more dates and information, visit


The Cry Pretty Tour 360
Carrie Underwood with Maddie & Tae and Runaway June 

2019 Tours

Carrie Underwood hasn’t toured since 2016, but is now ready to make a comeback on the road in 2019. This time around she is packing the tour with girl power, bringing along special guests Maddie & Tae and Runaway June. Underwood will be launching her tour in the spring, kicking it off on May 1st in Greensboro, NC, and playing 55 arenas across the U.S. and Canada. Luckily as New Yorkers, we can experience ‘The Cry Pretty Tour 360’ at the iconic Madison Square Garden on October 2, 2019! For more dates and information, visit


Seasons Change Tour
Scotty McCreery with Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan

2019 Tours

Scotty McCreery will be starting his ‘Seasons Change Tour’ later this month on November 29th in Dallas, Texas and continuing the 14-date run through January of 2019. He’s bringing along special guests, Jimmie Allen on select dates, as well as Heather Morgan. New Yorkers can see McCreery, Allen and Morgan on the last night of the tour at the NYCB Theater at Westbury in Westbury, NY on January 26, 2019! For more dates and information, visit


Live Forever Tour
Kane Brown with Granger Smith
+ Jimmie Allen, Raelynn and Danielle Bradbery (*on select dates*)

2019 Tours

Kane Brown will be kicking off the ‘Live Forever Tour’ next year starting on January 10th in Duluth, GA and wrapping the 22-date tour on March 8th in Cedar Park, TX. The tour will feature Granger Smith as Brown’s support act, with Jimmie Allen, RaeLynn, and Danielle Bradbery appearing on select dates throughout the run. For more dates and information, visit


Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour
Luke Combs with LANCO and Jameson Rodgers

2019 Tours

Luke Combs will be kicking off the ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour’ on January 31st in Birmingham, AL and continuing the 28-date run till May 2019. This marks Combs first-ever headlining arena tour, with LANCO and Jameson Rodgers supporting. For New Yorkers, Combs and Rodgers will be playing at the Manhattan Center Hammerstein Ballroom, on February 28th. For more dates and information, visit


Nothing To Do Town Tour
Dylan Scott with Seth Ennis

2019 Tours

Dylan Scott kicks off his 17-date, ‘Nothing To Do Town Tour’ on January 17, 2019, in New York City, playing at the Gramercy Theater, presented by NASH FM 94.7. The tour runs just over a month before wrapping on February 23rd in Charlotte, N.C. The tour will feature up-and-comer, Seth Ennis, as Scott’s support act. For more dates and information, visit


Make It Sweet Arena Tour
Old Dominion with Morgan Evans, Jordan Davis, and Mitchell Tenpenny

2019 Tours

Old Dominion is set to trek across the U.S. and Canada on their 26-date ‘Make It Sweet’ headlining arena tour, kicking off in Chicago, IL, on January 18, 2019, before wrapping their U.S. run on April 27th in San Jose, CA. The group will be joined by country up-and-comers Morgan Evans, Jordan Davis, and Mitchell Tenpenny, on select dates of the run. The Canadian part of the tour will start on May 8th in Halifax, NS, Canada and end on May 12th in St. John’s, NL, Canada with special guests, The Washboard Union and Jason Benoit. For more dates and information, visit


If I Know Me Tour
Morgan Wallen with HARDY

2019 Tours

Morgan Wallen is set to kick off the ‘If I Know Me Tour’ right at the beginning of the new year, on January 5th in Milwaukee, WI. He will be playing a total of 26 cities across the U.S. before wrapping the tour in Salt Lake City, UT, on March 30th. He will be joined by special guest, Hardy (Michael Hardy) as his opening act. For New Yorkers, the tour will be stopping at New York City’s Irving Plaza, presented by NASH FM 94.7! For more dates and information, visit


Dan + Shay The Tour
Dan + Shay with Morgan Evans and Chris Lane

2019 Tours

Dan + Shay are gearing up for their own headlining U.S. and Canadian tour in 2019, after being on the road as a support act on Chris Young’s ‘Losing Sleep World Tour.’ The 2019 ‘Dan + Shay The Tour’ will begin on February 28th in the states starting with,  New Orleans, LA. and wrap in Canada on April 20th in Calgary, AB. The duo will bring along labelmate, Morgan Evans for the first leg of the tour, while Chris Lane will join them for the second leg. For more dates and information, visit


Burning Man Tour
Dierks Bentley with Jon Pardi and Tenielle Townes

2019 Tours

Dierks Bentley is back on the road again in 2019 for the ‘Burning Man Tour’ making his way through Canada first before heading back to the states. The tour launches on January 17th in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada and wrapping on March 30th in Grand Rapids, MI, concluding the first leg of the tour, with more dates and cities to be announced. Bentley will be bringing support acts, Jon Pardi, Tenille Townes, and his 90s cover band, Hot Country Knights, on the tour with him. For more dates and information, visit


The Miss Me More Tour
Kelsea Ballerini with Brett Young and Brandon Ratcliff 

2019 Tours

Kelsea Ballerini has a big year ahead of her. She first announced that she will be joining Kelly Clarkson on select dates of her ‘Meaning Of Life Tour’ and then announced ‘The Miss Me More Tour.’ She kicks off her first headlining arena tour on April 11th in Salisbury, MD and wraps her 14-date run a month later on May 11th in Fargo, N.D. Ballerini will be joined by support act, Brett Young, and special guest, Brandon Ratcliff. For more dates and information,


Friends and Heroes Tour
Blake Shelton with Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, Trace Adkins, and Lauren Alaina

Blake Shelton is bringing his friends and heroes out on the road with him for his 2019 ‘Friends and Heroes Tour.’ His trek is set to start on February 14th in Oklahoma City, OK. and continue throughout 17-cities in the U.S., ending the run on March 23rd in Albany, NY. Shelton will be joined by support acts, the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson, Trace Adkins, and special guest, Lauren Alaina. For more dates and information, visit


Electric Rodeo Tour

2019 Tours

Midland is currently on their sold-out headlining ‘Electric Rodeo Tour’ but have extended the tour with new dates in 2019. The 2019 leg of the tour is set to kick off on February 8th in Los Angeles, CA, and conclude the run on May 5th in Nashville, TN, at the infamous Ryman Auditorium. For more dates and information, visit


Stray Off Course Tour
Devin Dawson

2019 Tours

Devin Dawson is currently on the ‘Stray Off Course Tour’ but because of the high demand, he has extended the tour into 2019. Luckily for New Yorkers, Dawson added a New York City date at the Bowery Ballroom on January 31st to kick off the 2019 leg of the run. He will then continue to travel through 13-cities across the U.S. concluding on February 23rd in Medina, OH. For more dates and information, visit


Ryan Hurd
Ryan Hurd with Ryan Beaver

2019 Tours

Ryan Hurd hasn’t performed in the U.S. in over a year but is back and ready to kick off 2019 with a series of club shows in four cities, with special guest Ryan Beaver. Hurd starts his run in Los Angeles on January 17th, before heading to New York City to play the Bowery Ballroom on January 25th. He continues his run making a stop in Chicago on February 23rd and ending on February 28th in Nashville. For more information, visit


The Way Back Tour
Carly Pearce and Russell Dickerson

2019 Tours

Carly Pearce and Russell Dickerson are joining forces for their upcoming co-headlining tour in 2019. The two singer-songwriters have been longtime friends while experiencing success at the same time. ‘The Way Back Tour’ will visit 11-cities in the U.S., starting on January 24th in Cleveland, OH, and wrapping the tour on March 2nd in Chicago, IL. For more dates and information, visit


Down The Rabbit Hole Live
Zac Brown Band

2019 Tours

Zac Brown Band is bringing back the ‘Down The Rabbit Hole Live Tour’ for Spring 2019, with new stops across the U.S. They will be playing a total of 15 cities, starting the tour on March 1st in Tulsa, OK, and ending the run on April 27th in Peoria, IL. For more dates and information, visit


Songs For The Saints Tour
Kenny Chesney

2019 Tours

Kenny Chesney recently announced that he will be going back out on the road in 2019 on his ‘Songs For The Saints Tour.’ This time around he is going for a more intimate feel playing arenas instead of his usual stadiums. As of right now, only the first set of venues are announced, with him kicking the tour off in Champaign, IL. Make sure to be on the lookup for dates and any other announcements, visit


Dream On It Tour
Walker Hayes with Filmore

2019 Tours

Walker Hayes recently turned to the fans with a contest to help him name his upcoming 2019 tour in the U.S. After reading through thousands of entries he picked the tour name ‘Dream On It’ while releasing 27-dates. Hayes will begin his trek on January 31st in Houston, TX and end the run on May 4th in Boise, ID, with support act Filmore. For more dates and information, visit


Brothers Osborne – World Tour
Brothers Osborne with The Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly, Devon Gilfillian, and Lucie Silvas

2019 Tours

Brothers Osborne is currently on their headlining ‘World Tour’ but has extended their run with 44-dates in 2019. The second leg of the tour will begin on January 10th in Chicago, IL, and end on April 27th in Columbia, MO. The group will be joined by support acts, The Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly, Devon Gilfillian, and Lucie Silvas on select dates. For New Yorkers, the duo has added a New York City date on January 23rd at Terminal 5, with The Wild Feathers. For more dates and information, visit


CMT Next Women Of Country Tour 2019
Cassadee Pope with Hannah Ellis and Clare Dunn

2019 Tours

CMT’s ‘Next Women Of Country Tour’ is known for bringing fresh female voices to the forefront of country music. For the tours 2019 run, singer Cassadee Pope will be joining the tour for her first-ever headlining gig. She will be accompanied by special guests, Hannah Ellis, and Clare Dunn. Tour dates and locations are not yet announced but to stay up to date on any new information, visit


Our Kind Of Vegas
Lady Antebellum 

2019 Tours

Lady Antebellum will be bringing Nashville to Las Vegas for their ‘Our Kind Of Vegas’ residency at the Palms Casino Resort’s Pearl Concert Theater. They are the first country act to headline the venue, launching on February 8th. The residency will run for 15-dates with shows in, February, May, and August. For more dates and information, visit


Very Hot Summer Tour

Thomas Rhett, Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson, and Rhett Akins

One of the biggest tour announcements so far happened a few weeks ago when Thomas Rhett announced he will be traveling the country with Dustin Lynch, Russell Dickerson, and his dad, Rhett Akins on the ‘Very Hot Summer’ Tour.  The tour will kick off on May 17, 2019, in Spokane, Washington at Spokane Arena and run throughout the following four months, until the last show in Nashville, Tennessee at Bridgestone Arena on October 12, 2019.  New Yorkers can catch this epic lineup at Madison Square Garden on September 20th.  Tickets on sale at


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