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Keith goes into overdrive

Wednesday, March 21, 2012 – Toby Keith goes into overdrive with another summer concert tour, starting in mid-June in Utah.

Toby Keith Live In Overdrive Tour Presented by Ford F-Series kicks off June 14 in Salt Lake City with Brantley Gilbert opening.

Keith will be touring behind "Clancy's Tavern," which he released last fall. The disc contains the hits Red Solo Cup and Made in America.

Tour dates are:

June 14 - Salt Lake City, UT

June 15 - Denver, CO

June 16 - Albuquerque, NM

June 22 - North Platte, NE

June 23 - Manhattan, KS

June 29 - Detroit, MI

June 30 - Indianapolis, IN

July 4 - White Sulphur Springs, WV

July 12 - Sarnia, ON (Canada)

July 13 - Cleveland, OH

July 14 - Washington, DC

July 15 - Raleigh, NC

July 21 - Monticello, IA

July 22 - Twin Lakes, WI

July 26 - Virginia Beach, VA

July 27 - Pittsburgh, PA

July 28 - Cincinnati, OH

July 29 - Darien Lakes, NY

Aug. 2 - Sparta, WI

Aug. 3 - Detroit Lakes, MN

Aug. 4 - Camrose, AB (Canada)

Aug. 8 - Lake Tahoe, NV

Aug. 9 - San Diego, CA

Aug. 10 - San Bernardino, CA

Aug. 11 - Las Vegas, NV

Aug. 12 - Mountain View, CA

Aug. 17 - Holmdel, NJ

Aug. 18 - Philadelphia, PA

Aug. 19 - Saratoga Springs, NY

Aug. 24 - Atlanta, GA

Aug. 25 - Charlotte, NC

Sept. 1 - St. Louis, MO

Sept. 2 - Chicago, IL

Sept. 7 - Dallas, TX

Sept. 8 - Houston, TX

Sept. 14 - Tampa, FL

Sept. 15 - West Palm Beach, FL

Sept. 21 - Hartford, CT

Sept. 22 - Boston


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