The outing launches with opening acts Blake Shelton on all dates, as well as Keith Anderson and Jason Aldean, who will alternate dates throught the tour.

“We could not be more happy to get back out on the road to see our fans,” Rascal Flatts lead singer Gary LeVox said.

“We aim to make our live shows better every year and to give a reason for our fans to come back again and again,” added bassist Jay DeMarcus.

Fans can look forward to three hours of entertainment including a 90-minute set from the energetic headliner.

There are 21 shows on the books right now, taking the hard touring band through March.

The tour will enlist the help of nearly 90 employees each day who will travel city to city in nine buses and nine semi-trucks. The state-of-the-art set was designed by Bruce Rogers, Tribe Inc., best known for set designs for Madonna, Sting and the Dave Matthews Band.