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Tritt goes acoustic

Tuesday, September 12, 2023 – Travis Tritt will hit the road for the Travis Tritt Solo Acoustic Tour 2024 in March 2024.

The tour kicks off on March 1, 2024, at the Fisher Center for the Performing Arts in Nashville. Tritt will play venues in the south and Midwest.

Tour dates are:
March 1, 2024 Nashville, TN The Fisher Center for the Performing Arts
March 2, 2024 Charleston, SC North Charleston Performing Arts Center
March 3, 2024 Myrtle Beach, SC The Carolina Opry
March 7, 2024 Newton, NC Newton Performing Arts Center
March 8, 2024 Decatur, AL Princess Theatre Center for the Performing Arts
March 9, 2024 Montgomery, AL Montgomery Performing Arts Centre
March 14, 2024 Columbus, OH Palace Theatre
March 15, 2024 Anderson, IN Paramount Theatre
March 16, 2024 Pelham, TN The Caverns
March 22, 2024 Mobile, AL Saenger Theatre

Tickets will will go on sale starting Sept. 13 during the artist pre-sale, with the public sale on Sept. 15.

That same week, Tritt will release his debut gospel project, "Country Chapel."

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