With the COVID-19 vaccinations in full swing and the world opening up again, it feels like everyone can start to get back to doing what they love. For many country music fans that means going to see their favorite artist live! Luckily, the last month has brought a slew of new tour announcements, with many artists prepping to get back on the road.
Dierks Bentley's 2021 High Times & Hangovers Tour is set to kick off on May 15 at the Windjammer in Isle of Palms, SC. Subsequently, he'll play four additional shows — in Greenville, SC.; Charlotte, NC.; Gainesville, FL., and Knoxville, TN — and ending at Knoxville's Cotton Eyed Joe on May 15. Visit Dierks.com for ticketing information.
Brad Paisley’s 2021 Tour is set to begin May 15 in Panama City Beach, FL. and run well into October, ending on Oct. 9th in Irvine, CA. Tickets for Paisley's 2021 concerts are now available at BradPaisley.com.
Luke Combs’ What You See is What You Get Tour includes 31 dates across America starting in Albuquerque, NM on June 22. Drew Parker and Ashley McBryde opened the original 2020 tour, but it is uncertain if they will be rejoining for the 2021 tour. Tickets and more information are available at LukeCombs.com.
Luke Bryan will be back on the road with his Proud to Be Here Tour beginning July 8. Bryan will be accompanied by Runaway June, Dylan Scott, and Caylee Hammack along with DJ Rock at the new shows. Tickets for his 2021 tour can be found at Bryan's official website.
Garth Brooks will also be hitting the pavement in July, with his 2021 Stadium Tour set to begin on the 10 in Los Vegas, N.V. The five stadium tour will come to a close on September 25th in Charlotte N.C. Tickets on sale now at GarthBrooks.com.
Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road Tour is set to kick off in August, while Kane Brown’s Worldwide Beautiful Tour, Dan + Shay's The (Arena) Tour and Eric Church's Gather Again Tour are scheduled for September.
For more information regarding future tours, visit the Upcoming Tours.