Chris Stapleton has added more than 15 new dates to his rescheduled All-American Road Show tour, which, if all goes well, will last almost a year.
The new shows bring the number of concerts he has booked between this July 17th and next June 25th to 59. New cities include Clarkston, Michigan; Bristow, Virginia; Tampa, Florida; Alpharetta and Atlanta, Georgia; Maryland Heights, Missouri; Birmingham and Orange Beach, Alabama; Bethel, New York; Burgettstown, Pennsylvania; Noblesville, Indiana; Virginia Beach; Cincinnati; The Woodlands, Texas; West Palm Beach, Florida and Memphis, Tennessee.
After opening the run at Chicago’s Wrigley Field on July 17th, Stapleton heads to Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion in Gilford, New Hampshire for previously announced shows on July 28th and 29th as well as a new performance on July 30th. It’s then off to the Cleveland area for a concert at Blossom Music Center on August 5th before new dates at DTE Energy Music Theatre in Clarkston, Michigan on August 6th and 7th.
Over a dozen opening acts have been named for the tour. They include 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. Tickets are either on sale or going on sale through LiveNation.com.
Following his performance at the Monday’s ACM Awards, Stapleton spoke about returning to the road.