Brad Paisley extends tour into 2008
Monday, October 8, 2007
– A final leg of Brad Paisley's "Bonfires & Amplifiers Tour," which started in April, will extend to February 2008.
The tour goes into this weekend playing to sold-out shows in Detroit, Cincinnati and Washington, D.C., bringing total tickets sold on this tour to 750,000. The 2007 tour started April 26 and will continue through Dec. 1 - playing 76 dates.
Bonfires and Amplifiers will continue through January and February of 2008 including a
Feb. 15 date in Nashville. Special guests for this leg of the tour are Rodney Atkins and newcomer Chuck Wicks.
The new tour dates are:
Jan. 16 Denver PepsiCenter
Jan. 17 Casper, WY CasperEventsCenter
Jan. 18 Billings, MT MetraParkArena
Jan. 19 Missoula, MT AdamsFieldhouse
Jan. 23 Boise, ID IdahoCenter
Jan. 24 Salt Lake City EnergySolutionsArena
Jan. 26 Las Vegas MandalayBay
Jan. 27 to be determined
Jan. 31 Memphis FedExForum
Feb. 1 Knoxville, Tenn. ThompsonBolingArena
Feb. 2 Macon, GA MaconCentroplex
Feb. 15 Nashville Sommet Center
Feb. 16 to be determined
Feb. 21 Green Bay, WI ReschCenter
Feb. 22 Peoria, IL Peoria Civic Center
Feb. 23 to be determined
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