Chris Stapleton’s All-American Roadshow is rolling on through 2020. The country star is continuing his long-running tour with some three dozen performances to carry him through the fall.
The latest leg of the tour will get underway June 4 in Albuquerque and stretch through October. Stapleton will visit 37 cities along the way, including Orlando, Milwaukee, Tulsa and Denver. A pair of stadium gigs are also in the mix for the Kentucky native. He has shows lined up at Atlanta’s Truist Park and Chicago’s Wrigley Field in the top half of the schedule.
An impressive slate of artists will accompany Stapleton on select dates. Jason Isbell, Elle King, Dwight Yoakam, The Highwomen, Sheryl Crow, Hank Williams Jr. will all appear in the rotation. Nikki Lane, Yola, The Marcus King Band, Kendall Marvel, Margo Price and The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell round out the cast of supporting artists.
The singer’s hectic summer schedule also includes a special appearance alongside George Strait and Little Big Town at Minneapolis’ US Bank Stadium on August 22.
Stapleton is currently gearing up for a stretch of spring Roadshow tour dates, primarily throughout Texas and Southern states. His upcoming run will include a headlining gig at Globe Life Field as well as the Houston Rodeo. The All-American Roadshow Tour has consisted of over 100 shows since first launching in 2017.
See the full list of newly-announced Chris Stapleton tour dates below. Browse tickets for all upcoming shows here.
Chris Stapleton Tour Dates – All-American Roadshow Tour 2020
|June 4||Albuquerque, NM||Isleta Amphitheater|
|June 5||Phoenix, AZ||Ak-Chin Pavilion|
|June 6||San Bernardino, CA||Glen Helen Amphitheater|
|June 11||Bakersfield, CA||Mechanics Bank Arena|
|June 12||Wheatland, CA||Toyota Amphitheatre|
|June 13||Mountain View, CA||Shoreline Amphitheatre|
|June 18||Boise, ID||Ford Idaho Center Arena|
|June 19||Ridgefield, WA||Sunlight Supply Amphitheater|
|June 20||George, WA||Gorge Amphitheatre|
|June 25||Salt Lake City, UT||USANA Amphitheatre|
|June 26||Denver, CO||Pepsi Center|
|June 30||Milwaukee, WI||American Family Insurance Amphitheater|
|July 16||Estero, FL||Hertz Arena|
|July 17||Orlando, FL||Amway Center|
|July 18||Atlanta, GA||Truist Park|
|July 23||Darien Center, NY||Darien Lake Amphitheater|
|July 24||Syracuse, NY||St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater|
|July 25||Holmdel, NJ||PNC Bank Arts Center|
|July 30||Scranton, PA||Pavilion at Montage Mountain|
|July 31||Camden, NJ||BB&T Pavilion|
|August 1||Mansfield, MA||Xfinity Center|
|August 6||Cuyahoga Falls, OH||Blossom Music Center|
|August 7||Charlotte, NC||PNC Music Pavilion|
|August 8||Raleigh, NC||Coastal Credit Union Music Park|
|August 12||Gilford, NH||Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion|
|August 13||Gilford, NH||Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion|
|August 20||Sioux Falls, SD||Denny Sanford Premier Center|
|August 29||Chicago, IL||Wrigley Field|
|October 1||Knoxville, TN||Thompson-Boling Arena|
|October 2||Nashville, TN||Bridgestone Arena|
|October 8||State College, PA||Bryce Jordan Center|
|October 9||Atlantic City, NJ||Boardwalk Hall|
|October 10||New York, NY||Madison Square Garden|
|October 15||Columbia, MO||Mizzou Arena|
|October 16||Tulsa, OK||BOK Center|
|October 17||Lincoln, NE||Pinnacle Bank Arena|
|October 22||Lubbock, TX||United Supermarket Arena|
|October 23||San Antonio, TX||AT&T Center|