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Monday, June 14, 2021 – Toby Keith will continue the Country Comes To Town Tour June 20 in Arizona after recently launching in California, South Dakota, North Dakota and Montana

The tour is named for his hit, which was featured on the "How Do You Like Me Now?! "album. Keith put it back in the set list during his 2019 That's Country Bro Tour!

Tour dates are:
June 20 Findlay Toyota Center Prescott, AZ
June 25 Country Jam USA Grand Junction, CO
June 26 Nebraskaland Days North Platte, NE
July 10 Pendleton Whisky Music Festival Pendleton, OR
July 15 LaPorte County Fair LaPorte, IN
July 17 Meadow Event Park Doswell, VA
July 30 Adirondack Bank Center Utica, NY
July 31 Summer Stage at Tag's Big Flats, NY
Aug. 1 Orange Motorsports & Ent. Middletown, NY
Aug. 8 Jackson County Fair Jackson, MI
Aug. 13 Ashley for the Arts Arcadia, WI
Aug. 14 First National Bank Arena Jonesboro, AR
Aug. 15 Illinois State Fair Springfield, IL
Sept. 2 The Great Allentown Fair Allentown, PA
Sept. 3 Mohegan Sun Uncasville, CT
Sept. 4 Bank of NH Pavilion/Meadowbrook Gilford, NH
Sept. 5 Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City, NJ
Sept. 10 Freedom Fest Fort Polk, LA
Sept. 18 Nugget Event Center Sparks, NV
Oct. 14 Xtream Arena Coralville, IA
Oct. 15 InTrust Bank Arena Wichita, KS
Oct. 16 Budweiser Events Center Loveland, CO
Oct. 17 Ford Wyoming Center Casper, WY
Oct. 23 Laughlin Event Center Laughlin, NV
Dec. 3 Hertz Arena Estero, FL

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