Adkins announces The Way I Wanna Go Tour
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Adkins announces The Way I Wanna Go Tour

Thursday, October 14, 2021 – Trace Adkins announced his upcoming headlining The Way I Wanna Go Tour.

On April 8, 2022, Adkins will headline Nashville's Ryman Auditorium as part of the tour. This performance marks Adkins' Ryman return after his debut during his Songs and Stories Tour in 2012. . The public onsale starts at 11 a.m. eastern on Friday.

"The Ryman. Only two words, but I say them with such reverence," said Adkins. "It is my honor to be performing on this hallowed stage, at the Mother Church of country music. It is such a special place, and I look forward to visiting again with great anticipation."

The tour, which follows the release of Adkins' The Way I Wanna Go CD, kicks off Dec.1 in Tampa, Fla. and will continue through much of next year.

Tour dates are:
Dec. 1 - Hard Rock Event Center - Tampa FL
Dec. 2 - St. Augustine Amphitheatre - St. Augustine, FL
Dec. 3 - Seminole Casino Hotel - Immokalee, FL
Dec. 4 - Orlando Amphitheater - Orlando, FL **On-sale soon
Dec. 18 - Paramount Bristol - Bristol, TN
Jan. 8 - Hollywood Casino - Charles Town, WV
Jan. 9 - Clay Center - Charleston, WV
Jan. 29 - French Lick Resort Casino - French Lick, IN
April 8 - Ryman Auditorium – Nashville **Presale tickets
April 19 - Wilson Center - Wilmington, NC
April 21 - American Music Theatre - Lancaster, PA
April 22 - Penn's Peak - Jim Thorpe, PA
April 23 - Midland Theatre - Newark, OH
April 24 - Ritz Theatre - Tiffin, OH
April 25 - Packard Music Hall - Warren, OH
April 28 - Riverpark Center - Owensboro, KY
April 29 - Effingham Performance Center - Effingham, IL
May 4 - Capitol Theatre - Wheeling, WV
May 5 - Capitol Theatre - Flint, MI
May 6 - Del Lago Resort & Casino - Waterloo, NY
May 13 - Graton Resort & Casino - Rohnert Park, CA **On-sale soon
June 5 - Indian Ranch Amphitheatre - Webster, MA
June 14 - Sioux Falls Alliance Center - Sioux Falls, SD
June 18 - Morgan County Fairgrounds - Martinsville, IN **On-sale soon
July 2 - ABATE Freedom Park - Algona, IA **On-sale soon
July 30 - Oregon Jamboree - Sweet Home, OR

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