Eight time GRAMMY Award-winner Chris Stapleton will extend his “All-American Road Show” tour, produced by Live Nation, with newly confirmed shows at Tuscaloosa’s Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, Orange Beach’s The Wharf Amphitheater, Gilford’s Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion (two nights), and Houston’s Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. Tickets for the new dates go on-sale this Friday, April 15 at 10:00am local time.
Citi is the official card of the “All-American Road Show” tour. Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets beginning Tuesday, April 12 at 10:00am local time until Thursday, April 14 at 10:00pm local time through the Citi Entertainment program.
Additional upcoming “All-American Road Show” stops include Los Angeles’ The Forum, Denver’s Ball Arena (two nights), Chicago’s Wrigley Field, DC’s Merriweather Post Pavilion, Long Island’s Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater, and “A Concert for Kentucky”—a special performance to be held at University of Kentucky’s Kroger Field on April 23.
The concert is the first ever held at UK’s Kroger Field and will feature very special guests Willie Nelson and Family, Sheryl Crow, and Madeline Edwards. One hundred percent of the concert’s net proceeds will benefit Stapleton’s Outlaw State of Kind Hometown Fund.
The performances add to another triumphant year for Stapleton, who won three awards at last week’s 64th Annual GRAMMY Awards: Best Country Album (Starting Over), Best Country Solo Performance (“You Should Probably Leave”), and Best Country Song (“Cold”). Stapleton also performed “Cold”—a song written with his longtime bandmates J.T. Cure and Derek Mixon along with Dave Cobb—during the live awards broadcast, of which Rolling Stone praised, “the country singer growled his way through the Best Country Song winner and plucked out an electrifying guitar solo.”
Additionally, Stapleton’s single, “You Should Probably Leave” recently reached No.1 on both the Billboard Country Airplay and Mediabase/Country Aircheck charts—his third No.1 as an artist following 2021’s “Starting Over” and 2018’s “Broken Halos.” He also earned Best Country Tour at the 33rd Annual Pollstar Awards and was recently the subject of an in-depth profile at CBS’ 60 Minutes.