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Morgan launches tour

Monday, May 22, 2023 – Craig Morgan will launch his headlining "God, Family, Country Tour 2023," on Sept. 20 in Englewood, N.J.

Morgan and special guests The Reeves Brothers will play 13 theater and auditorium dates through the end of October. Tickets are on-sale beginning this Thursday at

Following his sold-out tour stop at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium last year, Morgan is bringing bac his "God, Family, Country Tour 2023" back out on the road this fall.

"I cannot wait to bring the GFC tour back out again this year and share our music with the greatest fans in the world," said Morgan. "It was truly special performing in intimate venues last year, and we just enjoyed it too much to not do another run."

With new music anticipated yet this year, Morgan's "God, Family, Country Tour 2023," in partnership with Operation Finally Home, will introduce new tunes to his set, in addition to hits like "Bonfire," "Almost Home," "Redneck Yacht Club" and "International Harvester."

Tour dates are:
Sept. 20 – Englewood, NJ - Bergen PAC
Sept. 21 – Rutland, VT - Paramount Theatre
Sept. 22 – Concord, NH - Chubb Theatre
Sept. 23 – Tysons, VA - Capital One Hall
Sept. 24 – Lancaster, PA - American Music Theater
Oct. 12 – Tyler, TX – UT Tyler Cowan Fine & Performing Arts Center**
Oct. 15 – Orange, TX - Lutcher Theater**
Oct. 19 – Effingham, IL - Effingham Performance Center
Oct. 20 – Nashville, IN - Brown County Music Center
Oct. 21 – Shipshewana, IN - Blue Gate Theater
Oct. 22 – Ashland, KY - Paramount Arts Center
Oct. 26 – Auburn, AL - Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center**
Oct. 27 – Henderson, TN - Williams Auditorium

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