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Toby Keith goes back to the road

Monday, February 1, 2010 – One of the hardest working men in country music, Toby Keith, will continue on the road this year. He announced Monday that he will play shows as part of his American Ride Presented by Ford F-Series tour.

Exact dates were not announced, but stops will include:
Albuquerque, NM
Atlanta, GA
Boise, ID
Boston, MA
Charleston, SC
Charlotte, NC
Chicago, IL
Cincinnati, OH
Cleveland, OH
Darien Lake, NY
Denver, CO
Detroit, MI
Fresno, CA
Hartford, CT
Holmdel, NJ
Indianapolis, IN
Kansas City, MO
Las Cruces, NM
Mountain View, CA
New York, NY
Omaha, NE
Philadelphia, PA
Phoenix, AZ
Pikeville, KY
Pittsburgh, PA
Portland, OR
Raleigh, NC
Sacramento, CA
Salt Lake City, UT
San Bernardino, CA
San Diego, CA
Scranton, PA
Seattle, WA
St. Louis, MO
St. Paul, MN
Tampa, FL
Vancouver, BC
Virginia Beach, VA
Washington DC
West Palm Beach, FL


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