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Paisley goes back to college

Monday, August 15, 2016 – Brad Paisley is going back to college - to tour that is.

Following the 2015 Brad Paisley Country Nation College Tour, Paisley will bring his free concerts to a new group of IMG College partners this fall.

The tour opens on Sept. 4 in downtown Orlando, Florida, ahead of the Camping World Kickoff Game featuring Ole Miss vs. Florida State. Paisley will then travel to two IMG College partner universities during the month of September.

Paisley returns to his home state for an on-campus show at the University of West Virginia on Sept. 9 in advance of the Mountaineers' match-up with Youngstown State the following day. He will also perform at The Ohio State University on Sept. 15.

Additional stops will be announced later this month. More than 120,000 fans took advantage of Paisley's free Country Nation College Tour concerts in 2015.


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