This year has taken many things away from us. The ability to talk and mingle with friends, the freedom to visit places we have never been to before, and our biggest bummer; has prohibited us from enjoying live country music. Fortunately, we don’t have to wait for a long time because in just a matter of a month, we’ll wave goodbye to 2020 and welcome the excitement prepared for us in 2021.
With good signs in the development of a vaccine, country music artists are set to have a whole year dedicated only to be on the road. Though everything is subject to change, it does not give us any reason not to look forward to their planned 2021 country music tours. Country stars Kenny Chesney, Luke Combs, and Chris Stapleton are only just a few of your favorite country stars to keep tracking.
Though full pack venues are still a cause of concern with most organizers, Kane Brown, Chris Stapleton, and Maren Morris, who have scheduled some shows early next year, probably have innovations and back-up plans on how they could keep a socially distant crowd.
With the pandemic in mind, we could see a lot of moves and switches in the early list of country music tours that you probably want to be part of. With most of the tours scheduled a little late back next year some time in fall, and others even scheduling it to 2022, certainly, things would change as time flies.
With country music tours starting to make comebacks, to whose tour are you excited to go to? You probably have your own preferences like the tour from one of Country music’s most celebrated female artists Reba McEntire or rushing in the earliest tour with Kane Brown. Wherever it is, we hope to see you at one of these events. Things will definitely get more exciting with tours making a much-awaited comeback!
So far, these are the scheduled Country music tours for 2021:
March 13: Kane Brown’s Worldwide Beautiful Tour
April 21: Chris Stapleton’s All-American Road Show
April 30: Maren Morris’ RSVP: The Tour
May 1: Kenny Chesney’s Chillaxification Tour
May 30: Luke Bryan’s Proud to Be Right Here Tour
June 3: Thomas Rhett’s Center Point Road Tour
June 22: Luke Combs’ What You See Is What You Get Tour
July 8: Reba McEntire’s Arena Tour
July 11: Tanya Tucker’s 2021 Tour
Sept. 8: Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour
chris stapleton, Kane Brown, Kenny Chesney, Luke Combs, Reba McEntire
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