Keith announces tour dates
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Keith announces tour dates

Wednesday, February 10, 2010 – Toby Keith, one of the heavy touring acts in country, will resume his road warrior status in June with a date in New Jersey. With Trace Adkins opening, the American Ride Tour will have 39 dates through late September.

Universal Records South recently merged with Keith's record label Show Dog to create Show Dog-Universal Music. The label's first new signing was Adkins. A new single and album is being planned and will be announced soon.

Tour dates are:

June 19 - Holmdel, NJ

June 20 - Cleveland, OH

July 10 - Raleigh, NC

July 11 - Charlotte, NC

July 15 - Sioux Falls, SD

July 16 - Minneapolis, MN

July 17 - St. Louis, MO

July 18 - Des Moines, IA

July 22 - Boise, ID

July 23 - Portland, OR

July 24 - Seattle, WA

July 25 - Vancouver, BC

July 29 - Sacramento, CA

Aug. 1 - Fresno, CA

Aug. 6 - Mountain View, CA

Aug. 7 - San Diego, CA

Aug. 8 - Phoenix, AZ

Aug. 12 - Albuquerque, NM

Aug. 13 - Denver, CO

Aug. 14 - Salt Lake City, UT

Aug. 20 - Scranton, PA

Aug. 21 - Philadelphia, PA

Aug. 22 - Pittsburgh, PA

Aug. 26 - Moline, IL

Aug. 27- Cincinnati, OH

Aug. 28 - Indianapolis, IN

Aug. 29 - Detroit, MI

Sept. 2 - Atlanta, GA

Sept. 3 - Tampa, FL

Sept. 4 - West Palm Beach, FL

Sept. 9 - Toronto, Ontario

Sept. 10 - Darien Lake, NY

Sept. 11 - Washington, DC

Sept. 16 - Kansas City, MO

Sept. 17 - Omaha, NE

Sept. 18 - Chicago, IL

Sept. 23 - Albany, NY

Sept. 24 - Hartford, CT

Sept. 25 - Boston

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