Brad Paisley’s ‘Crushin’ It World Tour’

Brad Paisley is certainly going to be racking up the miles on the tour bus this year. Currently on the road playing the “Country Nation World Tour,” the singer/songwriter has just announced his next outing – “Crushin’ It World Tour.”

The Country Nation World Tour runs through March. In between the tours, Paisley will do a few dates in Anchorage, Alaska, and make a few festival appearances, with stops at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo and iHeartRadio Country Festival in Austin. Tonight the country star plays Chicago’s Northeastern Illinois University.

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CMA Music Festival, LP Field, Nashville, Tenn.

The Crushin’ It World Tour is named after the first tune on Paisley’s 10th studio album, 2014’s Moonshine in the Trunk. Paisley is bringing along reigning ACM New Artist of the Year Justin Moore and newcomer Mickey Guyton as the special guests on the excursion.

With more dates to be added, here’s the plan so far:

May 15 – Camden, N.J., Susquehanna Bank Center
May 16 – Raleigh, N.C., Walnut Creek Amphitheatre          
May 17 – Kennesaw, Ga., KSU Sports And Entertainment Park (Shaky Boots Music Festival)    
May 30 – Salem, Va., Salem Football Stadium (Blue Ridge Music Festival)
May 31 – Charlotte, N.C., PNC Music Pavilion       
June 4 – Phoenix, Ariz., Ak-Chin Pavilion    
June 5 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl        
June 6 – Chula Vista, Calif., Sleep Train Amphitheatre        
June 12 – Wheatland, Calif., Sleep Train Amphitheatre       
June 13 – Mountain View, Calif., Shoreline Amphitheatre   
June 20 – Chicago, Ill., FirstMerit Bank Pavilion @ Northerly Island (Windy City Lakeshake)     
June 26 – Burgettstown, Pa., First Niagara Pavilion
June 27 – New York, N.Y., Randall’s Island (FarmBorough Festival)        
June 28 – Darien Center, NY Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
July 17 – Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, Blossom Music Center       
July 18 – Brooklyn, Mich., Michigan International Speedway (Faster Horses Country Fest)
July 24 – Bethel, N.Y., Bethel Woods Center For The Arts
July 25 – Hartford, Conn., Xfinity Theatre   
July 26 – Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Saratoga Performing Arts Center            
July 31 – Mountain Home, Idaho, Mountain Home Country Music Festival Grounds (Mountain Home Country Music Festival)
Aug. 1 – Camrose, Alberta, Big Valley Jamboree (Big Valley Jamboree)    
Aug. 7 – Oro-Medonte, Ontario, Burl’s Creek Event Grounds (Boots And Hearts Country Music Festival)
Aug. 9 – Gilford, N.H., Meadowbrook        
Aug. 21 – Gardendale, Texas, Texas Thunder Festival Grounds (Texas Thunder)
Aug. 22 – Thackerville, Okla., WinStar World Casino & Resort / Global Event Center     
Aug. 28 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Riverbend Music Center 
Aug. 29 – Noblesville, Ind., Klipsch Music Center
Aug. 30 – Bay Saint Louis, Miss., Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis           
Sept. 17 – Albuquerque, N.M., Isleta Amphitheater
Sept. 19 – Salt Lake City, Utah, Usana Amphitheatre
Sept. 25 – Mansfield, Mass., Xfinity Center
Sept. 26 – Bristow, Va., Jiffy Lube Live      
Sept. 27 – Virginia Beach, Va., Farm Bureau Live At Virginia Beach
Oct. 2 – Tampa, Fla., MidFlorida Credit Union Amphitheatre
Oct. 3 – West Palm Beach, Fla., Cruzan Amphitheatre  

Many festivals are on sale now. Tickets for select dates will be available to purchase through Live Nation’s Country Megaticket.

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