Country music’s most popular touring artists will barely get a break before they resume touring in 2022. Eric Church, Dierks Bentley and Reba McEntire are among the groups that will soon be filling arenas.
Here’s a full list of country music tours planned for the year, updated with each major announcement.
Church and Kane Brown are two artists with tours in 2021 that will go deep into the New Year. After an unpredictable year, some signs of normalcy are looming on the horizon: Kenny Chesney will once again end his tour at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts, a venue as important to the touring season as Daytona International Speedway is. for the NASCAR season.
COVID-19 precautions were put in place in October 2021 for most arenas, stadiums and amphitheatres, so you will need to continue checking regulations before purchasing tickets or entering as a negative vaccine or test may be required. For the most part, artists have figured out how to get back on the road in a way they feel comfortable with.
As usual, most major tours will start in the spring or summer and last until October or November. That’s when Chesney begins, and artists like Luke Bryan, Thomas Rhett, and Carrie Underwood (maybe?) Are sure to follow. This list will be updated frequently to include new tours, with new dates, canceled and postponed dates all added as they become available.
See the country music tours planned for 2021 and 2022:
September 8: Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour (until December 7)
September 11th: Brett Young’s Weekends Tour (until December 3)
September 17: Eric Church’s Gather Again Tour (until May 20)
September 17: CV of Keith Urban in residence in Las Vegas
September 27: Ingrid Andress Feeling Things Tour (until February 5)
October 1st : Free Blessed Kane Brown Tour (until Feb 4)
October 7: Midland’s Last Resort Tour (until December 16)
October 14: How High Tour by Kip Moore (until December 18)
ohct. 21: Chris Young’s Famous Friends Tour (until December 5)
November 3: We Out Here Tour by Riley Green (until February 5)
November 16: Luke Combs tour dates 2021-22 (until July 30)
1st December: Beginning of Carrie Underwood’s residency in Las Vegas
1st December: Home Free’s Hottest Winter Vacation Tour
1st December: Reba, Brooks and Dunn’s residency begins together in Vegas
December 2: Brittney Spencer’s In a Perfect World Tour (until February 12)
January 6: Ashley McBryde’s This Town Talks Tour (until April 9)
January 6: Dierks Bentley Beers On Me Tour (until March 5)
January 6: Maddie & Tae, CMT Next Women of Country Tour (until February 12)
January 13: Reba McEntire’s Reba: Live In Concert Tour (until March 19)
January 19: Star-Crossed: Unveiled Tour by Kacey Musgraves (February 20)
January 20: Same truck tour of Scotty McCreery (until February 19)
Ja 21: Randy Houser Headlining Tour (until March 20)
February 3: Morgan Wallen’s Dangerous Tour (until September 24)
February 10: Halfway To Crazy Tour by Chris Janson (until April 16)
February 11th: Beginning of Luke Bryan’s residency in Las Vegas
February 24: Livin ‘My Best Life Tour by Dylan Scott (until April 29)
April 14: Jessie James Decker’s The Woman I’ve Become Tour (until June 4)
April 23: Kenny Chesney Here and Now Tour 2022 (until August 27)