This week, country fans were treated to several big announcements in terms of upcoming tours and performances. Country star, Carrie Underwood announced that she would be adding dates to her current Blown Away Tour, that was schedules to wrap up before Christmas of 2012. The country singer will hit the road in 2013 and visit 40 additional cities and provide fans with 100 opportunities to see the star live. The singer announced the official stops and dates for the new leg of her tour which will kick of February 13th. Tickets for the event also came on sale this week, so fans will want to get their seats for her concert experience soon.
Meanwhile another big female country star, also announced tickets would be one sale for her tour this week as well. This announcement came from country crooner Taylor Swift. The singer will be taking the road beginning in 2013 for her “Red Tour” which will feature songs from her new hit album “Red.” Tickets are now on sale but fans will want to act fast as the singer is notorious for quickly selling out some of the biggest venues in the entire world.
While Taylor Swift announced the sale of her tickets this week, country signer and legendary superstar Kenny Chesney made an announcement of his on. On November 8th the singer took to the radio to announce his new No Shoes Nation Tour live on the airwaves. Fans of the singer were thrilled to hear the performer would be hitting the road after a brief touring hiatus. The tour is currently slated to visit 17 different stadiums across the nation and will kick off in Tampa, Florida on March 16th. Chesney won’t be alone on this tour either, the singer will be jointed by other big name country artists including Eric Church, the Eli Young Band, and Kacey Musgraves. The group, the Zac Brown Band will also make some select appearances during the tour as well. With some of the biggest names in country coming together for this 2013 event, and with only 17 stops on the tours, those looking to get tickets will not want to wait.
Tickets are expected to go on sale sometime in the next week so fans will get their chance to see this huge tour lie and in person.
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