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The Gatlin Brothers Announce “65th Anniversary Tour”

The Gatlin Brothers Announce “65th Anniversary Tour”

The Gatlin Brothers will celebrate their 65th Anniversary Tour in 2020, marked by the first time Larry, Steve and Rudy began singing together as children in Abilene, Texas, in 1955 when they were six, four and two years old, respectively. The Gatlin Brothers will perform more than 60 lives dates in 2020. The first leg…MORE

Jason Aldean Extends “We Back Tour” With Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny & More

Jason Aldean Extends “We Back Tour” With Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny & More

Jason Aldean added a summer leg to his previously announced We Back Tour. Jason extended the tour with 22 new dates, including stops in Toronto, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego and more. Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny and Dee Jay Silver will serve as support on the summer leg. The 20-date winter leg of the We…MORE

Chris Young Announces “Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour” With Scotty McCreery

Chris Young Announces “Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour” With Scotty McCreery

Chris Young will hit the road this summer for his Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour, which takes its name from his recent duet with Lauren Alaina. Kicking off on May 28 in Detroit, the 29-date tour will make additional stops in Chicago, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta and more. Scotty McCreery will serve as direct support, along…MORE

Brooks & Dunn to Hit the Road for “Reboot 2020 Tour”

Brooks & Dunn to Hit the Road for “Reboot 2020 Tour”

Brooks & Dunn announced they will hit the road this summer for the Reboot 2020 Tour, which takes its name from the duo’s 2019 album. The 18-date trek will kick off on May 5 in St. Louis, making additional stops in Tampa, Cincinnati, Atlanta, Chicago and more. The Reboot 2020 Tour will be Brooks &…MORE

Maddie & Tae Announce “Tourist in This Town Tour”

Maddie & Tae Announce “Tourist in This Town Tour”

Before joining Lady Antebellum’s Ocean Tour this summer, Maddie & Tae will perform a handful of headlining dates on their Tourist in This Town Tour, which takes its moniker from a song on their 2019 EP, One Heart to Another. Kicking off on April 15 in Baltimore, the eight-date tour will make additional stops in…MORE

Zac Brown Band Announces “Roar With the Lions Tour”

Zac Brown Band Announces “Roar With the Lions Tour”

We ain’t lion. After Zac Brown Band caps The Owl Tour in April, the troupe will hit the road this summer for the Roar With the Lions Tour. The new trek will kick off on May 24 in Gilford, N.H., with additional shows in Toronto, New York, Atlanta, Chicago, Denver and more. Gregory Alan Isakov…MORE

2020 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Yola & More [Full Lineup]

2020 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Yola & More [Full Lineup]

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival unleashed its 100-plus-artist lineup for 2020, and it includes a handful of country-centric performers, including Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Mandolin Orange, Orville Peck, Yola and more. For the third year in a row, Bonnaroo will feature the Grand Ole Opry stage on June 11, with special guests to be announced…MORE

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Category Archives: NCD Tours

The Gatlin Brothers Announce “65th Anniversary Tour”

The Gatlin Brothers Announce “65th Anniversary Tour”

The Gatlin Brothers will celebrate their 65th Anniversary Tour in 2020, marked by the first time Larry, Steve and Rudy began singing together as children in Abilene, Texas, in 1955 when they were six, four and two years old, respectively.

The Gatlin Brothers will perform more than 60 lives dates in 2020. The first leg of the tour includes stops in Kansas City, St. Louis, Deadwood and more. Additional dates will be announced in the coming weeks.

“The man who loves his job is always on vacation,” says Larry. “Well, I’ve been on vacation with my two best friends, brother Steve and brother Rudy, for 65 years, singing our music for millions of wonderful people. I am greatly blessed!”

Gatlin Brothers 65th Anniversary Tour

  • Jan. 17 | Green Bay, WI | Meyer Theatre
  • Jan. 18 | Kansas City, MO | Muriel Kauffman Theatre
  • Jan. 19 | St. Charles, IL | Arcada Theatre
  • Jan. 21 | The Villages, FL | Savannah Center
  • Jan. 25|28 | The Country Music Cruise
  • Feb. 4 | Palmetto, FL | Bradenton Area Convention Center
  • Feb. 13/14 | Wickenburg, AZ | Del E. Webb Center for the Performing Arts
  • Feb. 15 | Bellingham, WA | Mount Baker Theatre
  • Feb. 21 | Arlington, TX | Arlington Music Hall
  • Feb. 22 | McPherson, KS | McPherson Opera House
  • Feb. 27 | Deadwood, SD | Deadwood Mountain Grand Event Center
  • Feb. 29 | Wausau, WI | Grand Theater
  • March 14 | Chandler, AZ | Chandler Center for the Arts
  • March 20 | St. Louis, MO | River City Casino
  • March 27 | Lubbock, TX | Cactus Theater
  • March 28 | Dalhart, TX | La Rita Performing Arts Theatre
  • March 29 | Lubbock, TX | Cactus Theater
  • April 4 | Bremen, GA | Mill Town Music Hall
  • April 7 | Indian Wells, CA | Toscana Country Club
  • April 28 | Warren, OH | Packard Music Hall
  • May 8 | Fort Wayne, IN | The Clyde Theatre
  • May 9 | Sandusky, OH | Sandusky State Theatre
  • June 5 | Marion, IL | Marion Cultural and Civic Center
  • July 25|31 | The Gaither Cruise
  • Aug. 20 | Waco, TX | Waco Hippodrome Theatre
  • Aug. 21 | Midland, TX | Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center
  • Aug. 22 | Greenville, TX | Greenville Municipal Auditorium
  • Sept. 18 | Poway, CA | Poway Center for the Performing Arts
  • Sept. 19 | Rancho Cucamonga, CA | Lewis Family Playhouse
  • Oct. 4 | Irvine, CA | Irvine Barclay Theatre
  • Oct. 24 | Branson, MO | The Mansion Theatre
  • Nov. 5 | Mayetta, KS | Prairie Band Casino & Resort
  • Nov. 6 | Council Bluffs, IA | The Arts Center at Iowa Western
  • Nov. 7 | Mason City, IA | North Iowa Community Auditorium
  • Dec. 3 | Newberry, SC | Newberry Opera House

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

Luke Bryan Announces New Album, “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here,” and New Tour

Luke Bryan Announces New Album, “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here,” and New Tour

Luke Bryan announced he will release his seventh studio album, Born Here, Live Here, Die Here, on April 24. The new offering follows Luke’s 2017 No. 1 album, What Makes You Country. In addition, Luke announced he will hit the road for his Proud to Be Right Here Tour, which kicks off on May 28…Continue Reading

Jason Aldean Extends “We Back Tour” With Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny & More

Jason Aldean Extends “We Back Tour” With Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny & More

Jason Aldean added a summer leg to his previously announced We Back Tour. Jason extended the tour with 22 new dates, including stops in Toronto, Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, San Diego and more. Brett Young, Mitchell Tenpenny and Dee Jay Silver will serve as support on the summer leg. The 20-date winter leg of the We…Continue Reading

Chris Young Announces “Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour” With Scotty McCreery

Chris Young Announces “Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour” With Scotty McCreery

Chris Young will hit the road this summer for his Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour, which takes its name from his recent duet with Lauren Alaina. Kicking off on May 28 in Detroit, the 29-date tour will make additional stops in Chicago, Seattle, Dallas, Atlanta and more. Scotty McCreery will serve as direct support, along…Continue Reading

Tim McGraw Announces “Here On Earth Tour” With Midland, Ingrid Andress & 2 Shows With Special Guest Luke Combs

Tim McGraw Announces “Here On Earth Tour” With Midland, Ingrid Andress & 2 Shows With Special Guest Luke Combs

Tim McGraw’s summer is heating up with the announcement of his new Here On Earth Tour. The 30-date tour will kick off on July 10 in Syracuse, with additional stops in Toronto, Dallas, San Diego, L.A., Atlanta, Chicago and more. Midland and Ingrid Andress will serve as support, with Luke Combs joining the tour for…Continue Reading

Charlie Daniels Band & Marshall Tucker Band Join Forces for “Fire on the Mountain Tour”

Charlie Daniels Band & Marshall Tucker Band Join Forces for “Fire on the Mountain Tour”

Charlie Daniels Band and Marshall Tucker Band will join forces for the upcoming Fire on the Mountain Tour. The tour’s moniker is a nod to Marshall Tucker Band’s 1978 hit song, “Fire on the Mountain,” as well as Charlie Daniels Band’s 1974 album of the same name. The 21-date tour will kick off on April…Continue Reading

2020 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Yola & More [Full Lineup]

2020 Bonnaroo Lineup Includes Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Yola & More [Full Lineup]

Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival unleashed its 100-plus-artist lineup for 2020, and it includes a handful of country-centric performers, including Jason Isbell, Morgan Wallen, Mandolin Orange, Orville Peck, Yola and more. For the third year in a row, Bonnaroo will feature the Grand Ole Opry stage on June 11, with special guests to be announced…Continue Reading

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