Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away Tour Blows Into 2013

Carrie Underwood has more of North America to see in the near future. In addition to the November and December shows on her itinerary, the country star’s “Blown Away Tour” has now expanded into 2013 with 40 more U.S. and Canadian dates. 

The tour goes along with her fourth studio album, Blown Away, which includes the hit title track and No.1 single “Good Girl.” Released in May, Blown Away debuted at No. 1 on the Nielsen SoundScan chart, just like 2009’s Play On and 2007’s Carnival Ride did.

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KeyArena at Seattle Center, Seattle, Wash.

On Thursday, Nov. 1, you can find Carrie co-hosting the 46th annual CMA Awards at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. This year marks the fifth year she and Brad Paisley have teamed up as co-hosts. Watch the show at home on ABC at 8 p.m. ET to find out if Carrie will win the female vocalist of the year award.

She’s also nominated for two awards at the American Music Awards, airs Nov. 18 on ABC. Carrie is vying for favorite female artist – country and favorite album – country. Fans determine these awards and online voting is underway now at

After co-hosting the CMA Awards, Carrie will finish out the year with shows scheduled Nov. 3 through Dec. 22. The 2013 schedule begins Feb. 13 at Colorado Springs World Arena. Special guest Hunter Hayes is on board for the remaining 2012 dates as well as the 2013 shows.

Check out the 2013 routing below:

Feb. 13 – Colorado Springs, Colo., Colorado Springs World Arena    
Feb. 14 – Broomfield, Colo., 1stBank Center    
Feb. 17 – Boise, Idaho, Taco Bell Arena    
Feb. 19 – Billings, Mont., Metrapark    
Feb. 21 – Spokane, Wash., Spokane Arena    
Feb. 22 – Yakima, Wash., Yakima Valley SunDome    
Feb. 25 – Oakland, Calif., Oracle Arena    
Feb. 26 – Stockton, Cali., Stockton Arena    
March 2 – Las Vegas, Nev., Mandalay Bay Events Center    
March 3 – Ontario, Calif., Citizens Business Bank Arena    
March 5 – Fresno, Calif., Save Mart Center    
March 8 – Rio Rancho, N.M., Santa Ana Star Center    
March 21 – Richmond, Va., Richmond Coliseum    
March 23 – Roanoke, Va., Roanoke Civic Center    
March 25 – Hershey, Pa., GIANT Center    
March 26 – Buffalo, N.Y., First Niagara Center    
March 28 – Hamilton, Ontario, Copps Coliseum    
March 30 – Kingston, Ontario, K-Rock Centre    
April 2 – Saint John, New Brunswick, Harbour Station    
April 9 – Portland, Maine, Cumberland Co. Civic Center
April 11 – Youngstown, Ohio, Covelli Centre    
April 13 – East Lansing, Mich., Breslin Student Events Center    
April 14 – Fort Wayne, Ind., Allen County War Mem. Coliseum    
April 16 – Greenville, S.C., Bi-Lo Center    
April 17 – Columbia, S.C., Colonial Life Arena    
April 19 – Augusta, Ga., James Brown Arena
April 20 – Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Veterans Mem. Arena    
April 23 – Houston, Texas, Toyota Center    
April 25 – San Antonio, Texas, Freeman Coliseum    
April 27 – Cedar Park, Texas, Cedar Park Center    
April 29 – Lafayette, La., Cajundome    
May 2 – Bloomington, Ill., U.S. Cellular Coliseum    
May 3 – Milwaukee, Wis., BMO Harris Bradley Center    
May 5 – Toledo, Ohio, The Huntington Center    
May 8 – Charleston, W.Va., Charleston Civic Center Coliseum    
May 10 – Rockford, Ill., BMO Harris Bank Center    
May 12 – Omaha, Neb., CenturyLink Center Omaha    
May 13 – Sioux City, Iowa, Tyson Events Ctr. / Gateway Arena    
May 15 – Winnipeg, Manitoba, MTS Centre    
May 18 – Edmonton, Alberta, Rexall Place

Tickets for select dates go on sale beginning Friday, Nov. 2.

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