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Moore goes to Hell on a Highway

Thursday, August 31, 2017 – Justin Moore will launch his Hell on a Highway tour in October.

The tour will consume November and January through April 2017. Dylan Scott will open tour dates.

Moore has just released a new single, ""Somebody Else Will," from his fourth studio album "Kinda Don't Care."

This is Moore's fourth headlining trek as he just finished his American Made Tour with Lee Brice.

Tour dates are:
Oct. 13 Monroe, LA - Monroe Civic Center
Oct. 15 New Orleans, LA - UNO Lakefront Arena
Oct. 19 Baltimore, MD - The Modell Lyric
Oct. 20 Richmond, VA - Altria Theater
Oct. 27 Birmingham, AL - BJCC Concert Hall
Nov. 4 Moline, IL - iWireless Center
Nov. 9 Muncie, IN - Emens Auditorium, Ball State University
Nov. 10 Muskegon, MI - L.C. Walker Arena
Nov. 11 Merrillville, IN - Star Plaza Theatre
Nov. 16 Salem, VA - Salem Civic Center
Nov. 17 Athens, GA - Akins Arena at The Classic Center

2018
Jan. 18 Rio Rancho, NM - Santa Ana Star Center
Jan. 19 Prescott Valley, AZ - Prescott Valley Event Center
Jan. 20 Salt Lake City, UT - Maverik Center
Jan. 21 Nampa, ID - Ford Idaho Center
Jan. 23 Tucson, AZ - Tucson Arena
Jan. 25 San Jose, CA - City National Civic
Jan. 26 Los Angeles, CA - Microsoft Theater
Jan. 27 Ontario, CA - Citizens Business Bank Arena
Feb. 1 Washington, DC - The Wharf
Feb. 2 Salisbury, MD - Wicomico Civic Center
Feb. 3 Newark, DE - Bob Carpenter Center, University of Delaware
Feb. 9 Norfolk, VA - Ted Constant Convocation Center
Feb. 10 Spartanburg, SC - Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium
Feb. 15 Rockford, IL - BMO Harris Bank Center
Feb. 16 Ft. Wayne, IN - Allen County Memorial Coliseum
Feb. 17 Ypsilanti, MI - EMU Convocation Center
Feb. 23 Trenton, NJ - Sun National Bank Center
Feb. 24 Rochester, NY-Blue Cross Arena
March 1 Estero, FL - Germaine Arena
March 3 St. Augustine, FL - St. Augustine Amphitheatre
March 8 Broomfield, CO-1st Bank Arena
March 9 Kearney, NE - Viaero Event Center
March 10 Bismarck, ND - Bismarck Event Center
March 15 Park City, KS - Hartman Arena
March 16 Tulsa, OK - Brady Theatre
March 23 Shreveport, LA - Shreveport Municipal Auditorium
March 24 Pensacola, FL - Pensacola Bay Center
March 29 Kingston, RI - The Ryan Center
March 30 Portland, ME - Cross Insurance Arena
March 31 Bangor, ME - Cross Insurance Center
April 19 St. Joseph, MO - St. Joseph Civic Center
April 20 Cedar Falls, IA - McLeod Center
April 21 Green Bay, WI - Resch Center
April 26 Troy, OH - Hobart Arena
April 27 Youngstown, OH - Covelli Centre
April 28 Knoxville, TN - Knoxville Civic Coliseum

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