Shelton gets even Ten Times Crazier

Friday, January 17, 2014 – Blake Shelton announced today that he will be heading out on a 20-plus date Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014. The Band Perry, Neal McCoy and new duo Dan + Shay will open the shows.

The tour kicks off in June and will visit cities including Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. Shelton will also be headlining various fairs and festivals throughout the US and Canada. The first opportunity for fans to buy tickets to the Ten Times Crazier Tour 2014, will be through Live Nation's Country Megaticket 2014 sales campaign, where fans can purchase multi-show country music packages at Megaticket.com beginning next week.

"I cannot wait to get back out on the road," Shelton said. "I had so much fun playing songs from 'Based On A True Story..' and getting to see the crowd's reaction to those songs was unforgettable. It is one of the most validating things for an artist like me, to have people sing along to your songs...it means what I'm doing is right and no matter what I'm doing, whether it is The Voice or a TV special, absolutely nothing compares to playing live for me."

Cities on the tour include:
Austin
Dallas
Little Rock, Ark
Chicago
New York
Darien Center, N.Y.
Albuquerque, N.M.
Phoenix
San Diego
Fresno, Cal.
Sacramento
Mountain View, Cal.
Spokane, Wash.
Tacoma, Wash.
Vancouver, Canada
Boise, Idaho
Salt Lake City
Denver
Las Vegas
Los Angeles

On-sale information and a complete list of dates, cities, and venues will be announced shortly.

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