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Bryan headlines CMT on Tour

Monday, August 1, 2011 – Luke Bryan will headline the 10th annual CMT on Tour with special guests Lee Brice and Josh Thompson and CMT's Next Superstar winner Matt Mason. CMT on Tour: Luke Bryan Tailgates & Tanlines kicks off Sept. 15 in Huntington, West Va. and will play 22 shows before wrapping on Nov. 19 in Monroe, La.

The tour is in conjunction with Bryan's third studio album for Capitol Records Nashville, "tailgates & tanlines," due in stores Aug. 9. The first on sale date is scheduled for August 12

CMT on Tour launched in 2002 and has featured Trace Adkins, Jason Aldean, Randy Houser, Jamey Johnson, Miranda Lambert, Brad Paisley, Rascal Flatts, Sugarland and Keith Urban.

Tour dates are:

Sept. 15 Huntington WV Big Sandy Superstore Arena

Sept. 16 New York NY Terminal 5

Sept. 17 Utica NY Utica Memorial Auditorium

Sept. 22 Cedar Falls IA McLeod Center

Sept. 23 Kearney NE Viaero Event Center

Sept. 24 Brookings SD Swiftel Center

Oct. 13 Johnson City TN Freedom Hall

Oct. 14 Greensboro NC Greensboro Coliseum Complex

Oct. 15 Columbia SC Tin Roof

Oct. 20 Bowling Green KY E.A. Diddle Arena

Oct. 21 West Lafayette IN Elliott Hall of Music - Purdue

Oct. 22 Troy OH Hobart Arena

Oct. 27 Corbin KY The Arena

Oct. 28 Salem VA Salem Civic Center

Nov. 3 Moline IL i wireless center

Nov. 4 Maplewood MN Myth

Nov. 5 Bemidji MN Sanford Center

Nov. 10 Green Bay WI Brown County Veterans Memorial

Nov. 11 Muncie IN Emens Auditorium - Ball State

Nov. 17 Southaven MS Desoto Civic Center

Nov. 18 Auburn AL Auburn Arena

Nov. 19 Monroe LA Monroe Civic Center


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