Paisley plans road tour
Tuesday, October 20, 2015
– Brad Paisley announced the 2016 winter leg of his Crushin' It World Tour, starting Jan. 21 in Arkansas.
Guests will be Eric Paslay and Cam.
Tour dates are:
Jan. 21 ASU Convocation Center Jonesboro, AR
Jan. 22 Show Me Center Cape Girardeau, MO
Jan. 23 Corbin Arena Corbin, KY
Jan. 29 Cross Insurance Center Bangor, ME
Jan. 30 The Oncenter War Memorial Arena Syracuse, NY
Jan. 31 Mohegan Sun Arena Uncasville, CT
Feb. 4 LaCrosse Center LaCrosse, WI
Feb. 5 Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center Madison, WI
Feb. 11 Matthew Knight Arena Eugene, OR
Feb. 12 Spokane Arena Spokane, WA
Feb. 13 Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA
Feb. 14 Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
Feb. 18 Scotiabank Saddledome Calgary, AB
Feb. 19 Rexall Place Edmonton, AB
Feb. 20 Brandt Center Regina, SK
Feb. 26 John Q Hammons Arena Springfield, MO
Feb. 27 BOK Center Tulsa, OK
March 10 Huntington Center Toledo, OH*
March 11 Dow Event Center Saginaw, MI*
March 12 US Cellular Coliseum Bloomington, IL
>* *Cam is not on these dates
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