Chris Stapleton Confirms 2022 ‘All-American Road Show Tour’ Dates

Chris Stapleton
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Christ Stapleton performing for the 54th Annual CMA Awards on Nov. 11, 2020

Chris Stapleton’s “All-American Road Show Tour” is not finished yet.

First hitting the road in 2017, Stapleton’s signature tour has seen seven legs with no signs of slowing down. Now, the country singer has announced 25 new dates with stops in San Diego, Los Angeles, Saratoga, N.Y., Tampa, Fla., and more.

Margo Price, Willie Nelson, Sharyl Crow, Elle King, George Strait, Madeline Edwards and more will be joining Stapleton on select tour dates throughout the upcoming run, which kicks off on Mar. 17 in Houston, Tex. and wraps up on Oct. 27 at Dickie’s Arena in Fort Worth, Texas.

The country singer released his latest studio album, Starting Over, in 2020. The upcoming 64th annual GRAMMY Awards see Stapleton nominated for three awards, including Best Country Album for Starting Over, Best Country Song for his single “Cold,” and Best Country Solo Performance for “You Should Probably Leave.” 

Stapelton stepped out last fall with support from recent Pollstar cover artist, Marcus King. Their performance at the Thompson-Boling Arnea in Knoxville, TN on Dec. 5 grossed $1.18 million, with their show at the Mississippi Coast Coliseum in Biloxi, Miss. on Dec. 4 grossing $1 million, according to reports submitted to Pollstar’s Boxoffice.

Tickets for the newly added tour dates will begin to go on sale Friday, Feb. 25 at 10 a.m. local time. Members of Stapleton’s fan club will have early access to pre-sale tickets beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22 at 10 a.m. local time and lasting through Feb. 24 at 10 p.m. local time. 


March 17—Houston Rodeo—Houston, TX

March 18—Choctaw Casino —Durant, OK (SOLD OUT)

March 19—Choctaw Casino—Durant, OK (SOLD OUT)

April 8—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena—Atlantic City, NJ

April 9—Hard Rock Live at Etess Arena—Atlantic City, NJ

April 20—Huntington Center —Toledo, OH* (SOLD OUT)

April 21—Schottenstein Center—Columbus, OH*

April 23—A Concert for Kentucky – Kroger Field—Lexington, KY† (SOLD OUT)

April 28—Budweiser Gardens—London, ON‡

April 29—Ottawa, ON—Canadian Tire Centre‡ (SOLD OUT)

April 30—Montreal, QC—Centre Bell‡ (SOLD OUT)

May 5—Brandt Centre—Regina, SK‡

May 6—Sasktel Centre—Saskatoon, SK‡

May 7—Canada Life Centre—Winnipeg, MB‡

May 11—Rogers Place—Edmonton, AB‡ (SOLD OUT)

May 12—Scotiabank Saddledome—Calgary, AB‡

May 14—Rogers Arena—Vancouver, BC‡ (SOLD OUT)

June 2—Ford Idaho Center Arena—Nampa, ID+

June 3—Sunlight Supple Amphitheater—Ridgefield, WA+ (SOLD OUT)

June 4—Gorge Amphitheater—George, WA+ (SOLD OUT)

June 9—North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre—San Diego, CA#

June 10—The Forum—Los Angeles, CA#

June 11—Glen Helen Amphitheater—San Bernardino, CA#

June 16—Mechanics Bank Arena—Bakersfield, CA+ (SOLD OUT)

June 17—Toyota Amphitheatre—Sacramento, CA+ (SOLD OUT)

June 18—Shoreline Amphitheatre—Mountain View, CA+ (SOLD OUT)

June 23—USANA Amphitheatre—West Valley City, UT^ (SOLD OUT)

June 24—Ball Arena—Denver, CO^

June 25—Ball Arena—Denver, CO^ (SOLD OUT)

July 7—Blossom Music Center—Cleveland, OH°

July 8—Comerica Park—Detroit, MI§

July 9—Charleston Coliseum—Charleston, WV°

July 21—Soaring Eagle Casino—Mt. Pleasant, MI‡

July 22—Ruoff Music Center—Noblesville, IN°

July 23—Wrigley Field—Chicago, IL**

July 28—The Orion Amphitheater—Huntsville, AL°

July 29—Walmart AMP—Rogers, AR°

July 30—GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium—Kansas City, MO††

August 17—CMAC—Canandaigua, NY°

August 19—Riverbend Music Center—Cincinnati, OH° (SOLD OUT)

August 20—Merriweather Post Pavilion—Columbia, MD°

August 25—Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater—Wantagh, NY‡‡

August 26—Saratoga Performing Arts Center—Saratoga, NY‡‡

August 27–Hersheypark Stadium—Hershey, PA‡‡

September 2-4—Jazz Aspen Snowmass—Snowmass, CO

October 6—Alerus Center—Grand Forks, ND‡‡

October 7—Xcel Energy Center—Saint Paul, MN‡‡

October 8—Fiserv Forum—Milwaukee, WI‡‡

October 13—VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena—Jacksonville, FL‡‡

October 14—MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amp—Tampa, FL‡‡

October 15—Hard Rock Live—Hollywood, FL‡‡

October 20—Simmons Bank Arena—Little Rock, AR‡‡

October 21—Brookshire Grocery Arena—Bossier City, LA‡‡

October 22—Smoothie King Center—New Orleans, LA‡‡ (on-sale March 11)

October 27—Dickies Arena—Fort Worth, TX‡‡


*with special guests Margo Price and Yola

†with special guests Willie Nelson, Sheryl Crow and Yola

‡with special guest Elle King

+with special guests Margo Price and Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs

#with special guests Dwight Yoakam and Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs

^with special guests Elle King and Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs

°with special guests Elle King and Madeline Edwards

§with special guests Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Marty Stuart and Madeline Edwards

**with special guests The Highwomen, Mavis Staples and Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs

††with George Strait

‡‡with special guests Elle King and Morgan Wade