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Bentley goes international

Monday, October 31, 2011 – Dierks Bentley announced today that he will take his Country & Cold Cans Tour into 2012 with international dates kicking off in Vancouver, Canada on Feb. 15. Following the Canadian leg of the tour, Bentley will travel Down Under for five headlining shows with Australian country star Lee Kernaghan.

"You can find hard core country music fans all over the world, and I love being able to tour other countries and bond over that music we all love," said Bentley. "The Fall leg of the Country & Cold Cans Tour has been crazy and really exceeded all my expectations. I'm looking forward to taking it to Canada and Australia in 2012...they do make Labatt and Fosters in a can, right?"

Tour dates are:

Feb. 15 Vancouver, BC

Feb. 16 Kamloops, BC

Feb. 17 Prince George, BC

Feb. 18 Dawson Creek, BC

Feb. 19 Edmonton, AB

Feb. 21 Calgary, AB

Feb. /22 Saskatoon, SK

Feb. 23 Winnipeg, MB

March 9 Toowoomba, QLD

March 10 Brisbane, QLD

March 13 Melbourne, VIC

March 15 Canberra, ACT

March 17 Hunter Valley, NSW

Bentley's Home is the new single off his upcoming sixth Capitol Nashville studio project that is scheduled for release in early 2012.


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