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Rice goes north to Canada

Monday, November 20, 2023 – Chase Rice now brings his album "I Hate Cowboys & All Dogs Go To Hell" to Canada with the Get Western 2024 Tour.

Kicking off in Vancouver, the run will visit 11 Canadian cities including Calgary, Edmonton and Montreal and more throughout February. Rice will also preface the run with a headlining show in Seattle, Wash. earlier in the month.

"From radio to live shows, Canada has always been so good to us," said Rice. "I had the chance to explore even more of the beautiful country during my time off from touring earlier this summer, and I can't wait to come back in the new year for these shows with our Canadian fans."

Canada native Owen Riegling joins as direct support across most dates, with Fort Worth, Texas-based singer-songwriter Palmer Anthony joining in Seattle and Vancouver.

Tickets to all Canada dates go on sale this Friday while tickets for Seattle, Wash. are available to purchase now via ChaseRice.com.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 10 Seattle, Wash.* Showbox SoDo
Feb. 13 Vancouver, British Columbia* Vogue Theater
Feb. 15 Calgary, Alberta The Palace Theater
Feb. 16 Edmonton, Alberta Midway
Feb. 17 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Coors Event Centre
Feb. 21 Sault St. Marie, Ontario Machine Shop
Feb. 22 Sudbury, Ontario The Grand
Feb. 24 London, Ontario London Music Hall
Feb. 26 Toronto, Ontario Danforth Music Hall
Feb. 27 Kingston, Ontario Grand Theatre
Feb. 28 Ottawa, Ontario Bronson Centre
Feb. 29 Montreal, Quebec Theatre Beanfield

Owen Riegling will serve as direct support on all dates except those noted with an * (Palmer Anthony).

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