Country music tours you can’t miss in 2022


After long months of live music drought due to the COVID-19 pandemic, tours are flocking again. Country stars are thrilled to be back on stage to perform, and fans are equally thrilled to hear their favorite musicians rock live. Many have already rescheduled their canceled 2021 tours this fall – and the schedule is definitely busy – while some have delayed their return to 2022.

Country Thang Daily has compiled a list of confirmed country music tours taking place in 2022 (until there) that you wouldn’t want to miss. As artists announce their tour dates, we’ll keep updating them, so be sure to bookmark this.

January 2022

“Reba: Live In Concert Tour” by Reba McEntire

After canceling the 2021 tour, the legendary country superstar is back and will kick off her “Live In Concert” tour to perform her greatest hits of all time on January 13, just in time for a good celebration after the New Year. Fan expectation is slowly reaching a fever pitch, although there are still months until the tour finally begins. Not only that, but it looks like Reba McEntire still has some things up her sleeve and will be making some big, exciting announcements for the tour soon.

Here are the postponed tour dates.

January 13 – Evansville, IN

January 14 – Huntsville, Alabama

January 15 – Duluth, Georgia

January 20 – Toledo, Ohio

January 21 – Green Bay, WI

January 22 – Sioux Falls, SD

February 17 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

February 19 – Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

February 25 – Biloxi, MS

March 17 – Grand Rapids, Michigan

March 18 – Peoria, Illinois

March 19 – Rosemont, Illinois

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Kacey Musgraves “mingled with stars: a tour unveiled”

Following the release of his highly anticipated fourth studio album, Kacey Musgraves will headlining a limited 15-city tour across the United States starting January 19. This will be his first major tour since the Oh What a World tour in 2018, and King Princess, who won the Vivid Seats Breakout Pop Artist of the Year award in 2018, and the Los Angeles-based trio and band emerging electronic pop artist Muna are joining the Texas native as supporting actors.

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January 19 – Saint Paul, MN

January 20 – Chicago, Illinois

January 21 – Kansas City, Missouri

January 23 – Cleveland, Ohio

January 24 – Toronto, ON

January 26 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

January 27 – Boston, MA

February 3 – Washington DC

February 5 – New York, NY

February 9 – Atlanta, Georgia

February 11 – Nashville, Tennessee

February 14 – Dallas, Texas

February 16 – Denver, CO

February 19 – Oakland, CA

February 20 – Los Angeles, CA

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February 2022

Luke Bryan’s Residence in Las Vegas

The chart-topping singer-songwriter and his band are doing things a little differently in 2022, and fans are sure to be in for a treat. Luke Bryan will be launching his Sin City residency at the Theater at Resorts World Las Vegas, and his entire February is booked. The show, which was originally scheduled to take place on six dates on February 12, 16, 18, 19 and 20, had three additional dates – February 23, 25 and 26 – so fans could see it perform live more intimately. The 5,000-seat venue may be the largest performance stage in Vegas, but the farthest bench seat is only 150 feet from the stage.

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April 2022

Chris Stapleton’s “All-American Road Show”

Since becoming a hit with the release of his debut album “Traveler”, Chris Stapleton has been unstoppable. And the same goes for its All-American Roadshow, which kicked off last July and will run until June 2022, giving fans plenty of chances to see it perform live. The 2022 show kicks off on April 20 and will feature country music favorites just like Dwight Yoakam, Sheryl Crow, The Highwomen, Willie Nelson and many more.

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April 20 – Toledo, OH

April 21 —Columbus, OH

April 23 —Lexington, Kentucky

June 2 —Nampa, ID

June 3 —Ridgefield, WA

June 4 —George, WA

June 11 —San Bernardino, California

June 16 —Bakersfield, CA

June 17 —Wheatland, CA

June 18 —Mountain View, California

June 23 – West Valley City, UT

June 24 – Denver, CO

June 25 — Denver, CO

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Kenny Chesney’s “The Here and Now: 2022 Stadium Tour”

One of country music’s biggest stars is back on the road after presenting her Chillaxification 2020 tour. According to Chesney, the name of the Here and Now tour shows that coming together is the only present. And fans will definitely feel that electric energy once they step into Chesney’s arena. The tour route will pass through the same cities that were planned on his 2020 tour.

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April 23 – Tampa, Florida

May 7 – St. Louis, Missouri

May 14 – Milwaukee, WI

May 21 – Atlanta, Georgia

May 28 – Nashville, Tennessee

June 4 – Arlington, Texas

June 11 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

June 18 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

June 25 – Chicago, Illinois

July 2 – Kansas City, Missouri

July 9 – Bozeman, MT

July 16 – Seattle, WA

July 23 – Inglewood, CA

July 30 – Denver, CO

August 6 – Minneapolis, MN

August 13 – East Rutherford, New Jersey

August 20 – Detroit, MI

August 26 – Foxborough, MA

August 27 – Foxborough, MA

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