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Strait add second Nashville date

Thursday, October 27, 2022 – George Strait today said he would a second stadium date in Nashville on his 2023 tour.

Strait said earlier this week he would team up with Chris Stapleton to perform one-off stadium dates in Phoenix, Seattle, Denver, Milwaukee, Nashville and Tampa.

The second Nissan Stadium show will take place on Friday, July 28, joining the initial date of Saturday, July 29. Tickets to all shows go on sale next Friday, Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. local time at GeorgeStrait.com.

Tour dates are:
May 6 Glendale, Ariz. || State Farm Stadium
June 3 Milwaukee, Wisc. || American Family Field
June 17 Seattle, Wash. || Lumen Field
June 24 Denver, Colo. || Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
July 28-29 Nashville, Tenn. || Nissan Stadium
Aug. 5 Tampa, Fla. || Raymond James Stadium


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