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Dawson returns to Late Night

Thursday, May 24, 2018 – Devin Dawson is returning to Late Night with Seth Meyers.

Dawson, who played his hit "All On Me" last year, returns on Monday, June 11 to play his new single, "Asking For a Friend."

Dawson is currently on tour overseas making stops in Germany, Netherlands and the United Kingdom before coming back to the U.S. for Nashville's CMA Music Fest. He'll also join Tim McGraw & Faith Hill for the 2018 leg of their Soul2Soul The World Tour this summer before heading out on the road again with label-mate Brett Eldredge this September for a second set of The Long Way Tour dates through the fall.

Tour dates are:
May 24 Berlin, Germany Musik & Frieden
May 26 Hamburg, Germany Nochtspeicher
May 27 Amsterdam, Netherlands Paradiso
May 28 Camden, UK The Camden Asembly
June 8 Hunter, NY Taste of Country Festival
June 10 Myrtle Beach, SC Carolina Country Music Fest
June 15 Grand Junction, CO Country Jam
June 16 Cardwell, MT Headwaters Country Jam
June 22 Cadott, WI Country Fest
June 26** Bossier City, LA CenturyLink Center
June 28 Fayetteville, AR JBGB Amphitheater
June 29** Springfield, MO JQH Arena
June 30** Des Moines, IA Wells Fargo Arena
July 5 Milwaukee, WI Summerfest
July 6** Green Bay, WI Resch Center
July 7** Minneapolis, MN Target Center
July 8** Sioux Falls, SD Sioux Falls Arena
July 10** Grand Forks, ND Ralph Engelstad Arena
July 13** Seattle, WA Key Arena
July 14** Eugene, OR Matthew Night Arena
July 18** Salt Lake City, UT Vivint Smart Home Arena
July 20** Phoenix, AZ Talking Stick Arena
July 21** Los Angeles, CA Staples Center
July 22** Sacramento, CA Golden 1 Center
July 25 Fresno, CA Paso Robles Event Center
Aug. 2 Detroit Lakes, MN WE Festival
Aug. 3 Sioux City, IA Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Aug. 9 Ontario, Canada Boots and Hearts Music Festival
Aug. 20 Lancaster, CA Antelope Valley Fair
Aug. 30 Thornville, OH Legend Valley
Sept. 13^ Denver, CO Bellco Theatre
Sept. 14^ Council Bluffs, IA WestFair Amphitheatre
Sept. 15^ Kansas City, MO KBEQ Yallapalooza
Sept. 20 Puyallup, WA WA State Fair
Sept. 21^ Kennewick,WA Toyota Center
Sept. 22^ Sun Valley, ID Sun Valley Pavilion
Sept. 28^ Cleveland, OH Jacob's Pavilion at Nautica
Sept. 29^ Bloomsburg, PA The Bloomsburg Fair
Oct. 4^ Southaven, MS Landers Center
Oct. 5^ St. Louis, MO Peabody Opera House
Oct. 11^ Kingston, RI Ryan Center
Oct. 13^ Manchester, NH SNHU Arena
Oct. 18^ Orlando, FL Dr. Phillips Center
Oct. 19^ Boca Raton, FL Mizner Park Amphitheatre

** Soul2Soul Tour with Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
^ "The Long Way" Tour with Brett Eldredge

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