Tenpenny turns to part 2 of tour
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Tenpenny turns to part 2 of tour

Sunday, January 9, 2022 – Mitchell Tenpenny has announced a 'part 2' continuation of his 2021 headline tour now named "2 Us It Did Tour."

The second leg adds 13 concerts from mid-January through early March and is named after his "To Us It Did" song off the "Midtown Diaries" EP released last fall. Alana Springsteen, a 21-year-old Virginia native now based in Nashville, is the featured opener.

"Seeing our fans scream back our songs especially 'Truth About You' was so special on the first half of the tour," said Tenpenny, who also released a Christmas set, "Naughty List," last October. "I'm so excited to extend this tour and live it again. It's going to be incredible having the talented Alana out with us."

Tour dates are:
Jan. 21 Denver, CO Grizzly Rose
Jan. 22 Grand Junction, CO Warehouse
Jan. 28 Sioux City, IA Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Jan. 29 Pittsburg, KS Kansas Crossing Casino- The Corral
Feb. 4 Bloomington, IN Bluebird Nightclub
Feb. 5 Rootstown, OH Dusty Armadillo
Feb. 17 Stroudsburg, PA Sherman Theater
Feb. 18 Waterloo, NY Del Lago Resort & Casino- The Vine
Feb. 25 St. Louis, MO Ballpark Village
Feb. 26 Springfield, MO Midnight Rodeo- Springfield
March 2 Oxford, OH Brick Street Bar- Miami University
March 4 Indianapolis, IN 8 Seconds Saloon
March 5 Grand Rapids, MI The Intersection

The first leg of the tour wrapped just before Christmas and included Mitchell's first-ever headline concert at the Ryman Auditorium in his hometown of Nashville

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