(WSPA) – Award-winning country artist Chris Stapleton has announced his “All-American Road Show” tour.
The tour will feature special guests, Brothers Osbourne and Lucie Silvas.
Tickets will go on sale Friday, February 24th, at 10:00 a.m.
Citi cardmembers will have the option to pre-order tickets through Citi’s Private Pass Program on Tuesday, February 21st, at 10:00 a.m.
You can get your tickets at LiveNation.com, via the Live Nation app, all Ticketmaster outlets, at the venue box offices, or by phone at (800) 745-3000.
Chris Stapleton will play at the Coastal Credit Union Park in Raleigh on Friday, May 12th, and at the PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte on Saturday, May 13th.
The tour will offer two premium VIP packages on tour, including an interactive collection of instruments and memorabilia.
For more information about the tour, click here.
Stapleton became the first artist to win Album of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year, and New Artist of the Year at the 49th Annual CMA Awards.
His album “Traveller” won multiple Grammy and ACM Awards, and it was the #1 selling country album of 2016 and the fourth-highest-selling album of 2016 across all genres.
More recently, Stapleton was nominated for three awards at the 52nd Annual ACM Awards, including Male Vocalist of the Year, Song of the Year (“Tennessee Whiskey”), and Video of the Year (“Fire Away”).
He has announced that new music will be coming out on May 5th–exactly two years after the release of his album “Traveller.”
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