Paisley's H2O tour is history, renames it

Monday, October 18, 2010 – Brad Paisley's H2O World Tour is history. Instead, the singer renamed it the H2O Frozen Over Tour. Concerts will continue into 2011.

Darius Rucker will continue as special guest and Jerrod Niemann will join the tour. The tour kicks off in Green Bay, Wisc. on Jan. 20, 2011.

The H2O Tour began the end of May and in less than 5 months has played to more than 750,000 fans including 70,000 at AquaPalooza, 51,000 at Gillette Stadium and 35,000 at Gulf Shores for "Concerts for the Gulf."

Tour dates are:
Jan. 20 Green Bay, WI Resch Center
Jan. 21 Ft. Wayne, IN War Memorial Coliseum
Jan. 22 Evansville, IN Roberts Stadium
Jan. 27 London, ONT John Labatt Centre
Jan. 28 Hamilton, ONT Coops Coliseum
Jan. 29 Montreal, QC Bell Centre
Jan. 30 Ottawa, ONT Scotiabank Place
Feb. 10 Atlanta The Arena at Gwinnett Center
Feb. 11 Birmingham, AL BJCC Arena
Feb. 12 Lafayette, LA Cajundome
Feb. 17 Hershey, PA Giant Center
Feb. 18 Roanoke, VA Roanoke Civic Center
Feb. 19 Louisville, KY KFC Yum! Center
Feb. 24 Orlando Amway Center
Feb. 25 Columbus, GA Columbus Civic Center
Feb. 26 Nashville Bridgestone Arena

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