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Blake Shelton Unveils Tour For 2024

Blake Shelton Unveils Tour For 2024

Earlier in the month, Blake Shelton had been teasing fans with a new run of shows, and now, the country star has finally confirmed everyone’s suspicions. Shelton has finally unveiled the second leg of his Back to The Honky Tonk Tour.

The 17-show trek will kick off on February 22, 2024, at the GIANT Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. It will make stops across the United States, including Austin, Texas, Lafayette, Louisiana, and Detroit, Michigan. 

Shelton will also perform three times in the Canadian prairies at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; Edmonton, Alberta; and Calgary, Alberta. The tour will wrap up on March 29 at INTRUST Bank Arena in Wichita, Kansas.

Excitingly, Blake Shelton’s Back to The Honky Tonk Tour will feature support from “Stars Like Confetti” hitmaker Dustin Lynch. There’s also rising country sensation Emily Ann Roberts, who was a runner-up of Season 9 of NBC’s The Voice and a Team Blake member.

Here’s How To Get Tickets

RELATED: 2023 Country Concerts: Tour Dates and Locations

Fans can purchase tickets for all stops (except for Glendale, Arizona) through a dedicated fan presale, starting October 24 until Thursday, October 26. Meanwhile, the general release of tickets is set to begin on October 27.

On the other hand, tickets for Glendale, Arizona, will be available through a fan-exclusive presale starting October 31 and ending on Thursday, November 2. The general ticket release for the Glendale show will commence on November 3.

Prices have yet to be announced.

We know you are all as excited as we are and looking forward to hearing Blake Shelton’s chart-toppers. So, make sure to secure your spot.

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