October 4

Country Music Tours You Won’t Want to Miss in 2022

After long months of live music drought because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the tours are flooding right back in. Country stars are excited to get back on stage to perform, and fans are just as pumped to hear their favorite musicians rock live. Many have already rescheduled their canceled 2021 tours this fall – and the calendar is definitely packed – while some have delayed their comebacks for 2022.

Country Thang Daily compiled a list of the confirmed country music tours happening in 2022 (so far) that you wouldn’t want to miss. As the artists announce their tour dates, we’ll keep the updates rolling in, so make sure you got this bookmarked. 

January 2022

Reba McEntire’s ‘Reba: Live In Concert Tour’

After canceling the 2021 tour, the legendary country superstar is back and will be kicking off her ‘Live In Concert’ tour to perform her all-time biggest hits on January 13, just in time for a good celebration after New Year’s. And the fan anticipation is slowly reaching a fever pitch even though it’s still months before the tour finally starts. Not only that, but it looks like Reba McEntire also has some things still up in her sleeves and will soon be making some exciting, big announcements for the tour. 

Here are the rescheduled tour dates.

Jan 13 – Evansville, IN

Jan 14 – Huntsville, AL

Jan 15 – Duluth, GA

Jan 20 – Toledo, OH

Jan 21 – Green Bay, WI

Jan 22 – Sioux Falls, SD

Feb 17 – Pittsburgh, PA

Feb 19 – Bethlehem, PA

Feb 25 – Biloxi, MS

Mar 17 – Grand Rapids, MI

Mar 18 – Peoria, IL

Mar 19 – Rosemont, IL

For more information, you can visit reba.com.

Kacey Musgraves’ ‘star-crossed: unveiled tour’

Following the release of her much anticipated fourth studio album star-crossed, Kacey Musgraves will be headlining a limited 15-city tour across the US starting January 19. This will be her first major tour since Oh What a World tour back in 2018, and joining the Texas native as supporting acts are King Princess, who won the 2018 Vivid Seats Breakout Pop Artist of the Year, and the Los Angeles-based trio and emerging electronic pop act, Muna. 

Make sure to save the tour dates listed below. 

Jan 19 — Saint Paul, MN 

Jan 20 — Chicago, IL 

Jan 21 — Kansas City, MO 

Jan 23 — Cleveland, OH 

Jan 24 — Toronto, ON 

Jan 26 — Philadelphia, PA 

Jan 27 — Boston, MA 

Feb 3 — Washington DC 

Feb 5 — New York, NY 

Feb 9 — Atlanta, GA 

Feb 11 — Nashville, TN 

Feb 14 — Dallas, TX 

Feb 16 — Denver, CO 

Feb 19 — Oakland, CA

Feb 20 — Los Angeles, CA 

For more information, you can visit kaceymusgraves.com.

February 2022

Luke Bryan’s Las Vegas Residency

The chart-topper singer-songwriter and his band is doing things a bit different this coming 2022, and fans are definitely in for a treat. Luke Bryan will be launching his residency right in Sin City at the Theatre at Resorts World Las Vegas, and his whole February is booked. The show, which has been originally set to run for six dates on February 12, 16, 18, 19, and 20, got three additional dates – Feb 23, 25, and 26 – so fans can catch him perform live more intimately. The 5,000 seat venue may be the largest performance stage in Vegas, but the furthest back seat is only 150 feet away from the stage. 

For more information, you can visit lukebryan.com.

April 2022

Chris Stapleton’s ‘All-American Road Show’

Ever since becoming a hit when he released his debut album ‘Traveller,’ Chris Stapleton has been unstoppable. And same goes for his All-American Roadshow, which started last July and will run until June 2022, giving fans a lot of chances to see him perform live. The 2022 show will kick off on April 20 and will feature country music’s favorites just like Dwight Yoakam, Sheryl Crow, The Highwomen, Willie Nelson, and many more. 

Make sure to save the tour dates listed below. 

April 20 —Toledo, OH

April 21 —Columbus, OH

April 23 —Lexington, KY

June 2 —Nampa, ID

June 3 —Ridgefield, WA

June 4 —George, WA

June 11 —San Bernardino, CA

June 16 —Bakersfield, CA

June 17 —Wheatland, CA

June 18 —Mountain View, CA

June 23 —West Valley City, UT

June 24 —Denver, CO

June 25—Denver, CO

For more information, you can visit chrisstapleton.com.

Kenny Chesney’s ‘The Here and Now: 2022 Stadium Tour’

One of country music’s biggest stars is back to hit the road after tabling his 2020 Chillaxification Tour. According to Chesney, the name of the tour Here and Now is all about how getting together is the only present. And fans will definitely feel that electric energy once they step into Chesney’s arena. The tour’s itinerary will run through the same cities scheduled on his 2020 tour.

Make sure to save the tour dates listed below. 

April 23 – Tampa, FL 

May 7 – St. Louis, MO 

May 14 – Milwaukee, WI 

May 21 – Atlanta, GA 

May 28 – Nashville, TN 

June 4 – Arlington, TX 

June 11 – Pittsburgh, PA 

June 18 – Philadelphia, PA

June 25 – Chicago, IL 

July 2 – Kansas City, MO

July 9 – Bozeman, MT 

July 16 – Seattle, WA

July 23 – Inglewood, CA

July 30 – Denver, CO 

August 6 – Minneapolis, MN 

August 13 – East Rutherford, NJ

August 20 – Detroit, MI 

August 26 – Foxborough, MA 

August 27 – Foxborough, MA

For more information, you can visit kennychesney.com.


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chris stapleton, kacey musgraves, Kenny Chesney, Luke Bryan, Reba McEntire


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