Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb will support on most dates.

Chris Stapleton went home from the 2019 Grammy Awards on Sunday as country music’s most decorated winner, earning three trophies, including the Best Country Album prize for From A Room: Volume 1. This summer, he’ll take that award-winning formula back on the road, as he fuels up for another run of dates on the All-American Road Show Tour. Kicking off June 16th in Brandon, Mississippi, the All-American Road Show is a continuation of Stapleton’s 2017 tour of the same name, which supported both volumes of his From A Room album. Before the tour wraps in November, Stapleton will hit an assortment of arenas and amphitheaters across the U.S., including Los Angeles’ the Forum, New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Lexington’s Rupp Arena in his home state of Kentucky. Marty Stuart and Brent Cobb will support on most dates.

Eric Church will play twice the shows on his newly announced Double Down Tour, which gets underway January 18th and follows the October release of his new album Desperate Man. Church has steadily elevated his touring game to become one of live music’s biggest draws, playing marathon two-set shows with no opener on his Holdin’ My Own Tour in 2017. For this next outing, he’ll stretch things out over 48 hours, playing two completely unique shows in each of the 19 cities on his itinerary. Beginning with a pair of dates January 18th and 19th in Omaha, Nebraska, the trek winds through June and includes a May 25th stop at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium — the lone date without a second-night companion.
Church put his songs front and center on his Holdin’ My Own Tour. He played 62 shows of 3½-hour sets with no opening act. He built an intermission into the middle and stationed an extra set of lights toward the back of the venues so fewer fans watched his show in the dark. He made it through 37 songs a night for 930,000 people over the course of the tour. When he closed the Holdin’ My Own Tour in Nashville in May 2017, he set a Bridgestone Arena record with more than 19,000 fans in attendance.
The tour announcement follows a remarkable weekend for Stapleton, who won Best Country Album (From A Room: Volume 1), Best Country Song (“Broken Halos”) andBest Country Solo Performance (“Either Way”) at last night’s 60th GRAMMY Awards. Stapleton also joined legendary artist Emmylou Harris on the live GRAMMY broadcast for a performance of “Wildflowers” in tribute of Tom Petty. Additionally, Stapleton returned to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” and performed two songs from his most recent album, From A Room: Volume 2, joined by special guest Sturgill Simpson.<

Stapleton Fan Club pre-sales will begin Tuesday (Feb. 6) at 10:00am local time while general on-sale tickets for the newly announced concerts begin Friday (Feb.) 9 at 10:00am local time. View the full list of tour dates below.

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