CMT On Tour with Brett Eldredge & Thomas Rhett

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Brett Eldredge and Thoms Rhett have released dates for their upcoming Joint Headline Tour and we are happy to report the whole thing will kick off right here in NYC on Oct 29.

The tour will showcase their individual sophomore albums out this fall – Eldredge’s Illinois is arriving Sept. 11 and Rhett’s Tangled Up on Sept. 25.

“Thomas Rhett and Brett are well on their way to becoming the superstars of our format,” CMT senior vice president of music strategy Leslie Fram said Monday (Aug. 31) in announcing the tour dates. “As they both celebrate back-to-back No. 1 singles, we’re beyond excited to have them co-headline the CMT tour this year.

The pair will be joined by former The Voice winner and rising country star Danielle Bradbery. “On top of that, it’s an honor to celebrate and support Danielle Bradbery as one of CMT’s Next Women of Country.”

The first on sale date for CMT on Tour is scheduled for Sept. 11. For more information as it becomes available, visit cmtontour.cmt.com and join the conversation on social using #CMTonTour.

More dates and markets are expected to be announced, but here’s a full list of the confirmed tour dates:

Oct. 29: New York City (Terminal 5)
Oct. 30: Salisbury, Maryland (Wicomico Youth & Civic Center)
Oct. 31: Salem, Virginia (Salem Civic Center)
Nov. 6: Bangor, Maine (Cross Insurance Center)
Nov. 7: Hampton Beach, New Hampshire (Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom)
Nov. 8: Kingston, Rhode Island (Ryan Center)
Nov. 12: Dodge City, Kansas (United Wireless Arena)
Nov. 13: Kearney, Nebraska ( Viaero Events Center)
Nov. 14: Sioux City, Iowa (Tyson Events Center)
Nov. 19: Pikeville, Kentucy (East Kentucky Exposition Center)
Nov. 21: Independence, Missouri (Independence Events Center)
Dec. 3: Youngstown, Ohio (Covelli Centre)
Dec. 4: Fairfax, Virginia (EagleBank Arena)
Dec. 5: Bethleham, Pennsylvania (Sands Casino)
Dec. 9: Kalamazoo, Michigan (Wings Stadium)
Dec. 10: Toledo, Ohio (Huntington Center)
Dec. 11: Chicago (Rosemont Theatre)

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