Swindell launches Twelve Tour this fall
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Swindell launches Twelve Tour this fall

Wednesday, April 26, 2023 – Cole Swindell will launch his fall headlining Twelve Tour in October in North Dakota and end in early November in Georgia.

Joining Swindell on tour are special guests Nate Smith, Conner Smith, Avery Anna and Greylan James.

"My fans know 12 is my number. So, here we go. 12 shows. 12 different sets. We are kicking this off Oct. 12, and I can't wait to be out on the road with Nate, Conner, Avery Anna and Greylan."

Tour dates are:
Oct. 12 Fargo, ND Scheels Arena (Nate Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 13 Cedar Rapids, IA Powerhouse Arena (Nate Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 14 La Crosse, WI LaCrosse Center (Nate Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 19 Fort Wayne, IN War Memorial Coliseum (Conner Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 20 Saginaw, MI Dow Event Center (Conner Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 21 Canton, OH Canton Civic Center (Conner Smith, Greylan James)
Oct. 26 Orillia, ON, Canada Casino Rama Resort Ent Ctr (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)
Oct.27 Reading, PA Santander Arena (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)
Oct.2 8 Pittsburgh, PA UPMC Event Center (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)
Nov. 2 Salem, VA Salem Civic Center (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)
Nov. 3 Florence, SC Florence Center (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)
Nov. 4 Rome, GA Forum River Center (Nate Smith, Avery Anna)

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