After a year of sellout shows, country superstar Alan Jackson’s Honky Tonk Highway tour heads back on the road next Friday (19 January) with an impressive line-up of guest artists.
Dates begin at the Rupp Arena with opening act Lauren Alaina, who plays the first two shows before the trio Runaway June take over. Randy Houser opens for most of the remaining shows that have been announced, with the exception of an August date in Gilford, New Hampshire with Jackson’s longtime collaborator Lee Ann Womack.
With career sales of some 60 million albums, Jackson was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame last October, coinciding with the release of his new track, the reflective ‘The Older I Get.’
The Honky Tonk Highway tour will see Jackson performing such trademark hits as ‘Here in The Real World,’ ‘Chattahoochee,’ ‘Drive,’ ‘Gone Country,’ ‘It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere’ and ‘Good Time.’ More information about the 2018 tour is available at alanjackson.com.
Dates on the 2018 Honky Tonk Highway tour:
Friday, January 19 Lexington, KY (Rupp Arena) with Lauren Alaina
Saturday, January 20 Little Rock, AR (Verizon Arena) with Lauren Alaina
Thursday, February 8 Independence, MO (Silverstein Eye Centers Arena) with Runaway June
Friday, February 9 Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Fieldhouse) with Runaway June
Thursday, February 15 San Antonio, TX (San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo)
Friday, February 16 Grand Prairie, TX (Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie) with Randy Houser
Friday, March 16 Dayton, OH (Wright State University Nutter Center) (special guest tba)
Saturday, March 17 Rockford, IL (BMO Harris Bank Center) (special guest tba)
Friday, March 23 Toledo, OH (Huntington Center) with Randy Houser
Saturday, March 24 Pittsburgh, PA (venue TBD) with Randy Houser
Friday, April 27 Baltimore, MD (Royal Farms Arena) with Randy Houser
Saturday, April 28 Albany, NY (Times Union Center) (special guest tba)
Friday, May 4 Tuscaloosa, AL (Tuscaloosa Amphitheatre) (special guest tba)
Saturday, June 23 Orange Beach, FL (The Wharf) with Randy Houser
Friday, July 27 Central Point, OR (Country Crossing Music Festival)
Saturday, July 28 Mountain Home, ID (Mountain Home Country Music Festival)
Saturday, August 11 Oro-Medonte, ONT (Boots ‘n’ Hearts Music Festival)
Thursday, August 16 Vienna, VA (Wolf Trap) (special guest tba)
Friday, August 17 Gilford, NH (Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion) with Lee Ann Womack
Friday, September 14 North Charleston, SC (North Charleston Coliseum) with Randy Houser
Saturday, September 15 Charlotte, NC (Spectrum Center) with Randy Houser
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