Grammy Award-winning country music artist Vince Gill is on the road again for his tour starting this month until later this year. Fans who have been waiting for this and longing to see the singer may now prepare for the upcoming events. In fact, he has already revealed and announced his tour dates for this year.
Prior to this, Gill has spent the last few months touring with The Eagles while taking the place of the late Glenn Frey. It is their first time to do this since 2016. His collaboration with the band will wrap up and end in October and soon he will be going out solo. Filling in for the late Frey, Gill expressed his gratitude and appreciation of being together with the renowned band. He said:
"It was a surreal experience. Don’s there, Timothy is there and I’m singing these songs. It was an amazing gift."
With dates beginning on August 2 until the end of November, Gill will have his tour across the Midwest down to the South. He will then be visiting 29 cities everywhere from Minnesota to Kentucky.
Soon after his tour will be finished, Gill will be performing with his wife, Amy Grant, for his Christmas at the Ryman by December. This might be one of the busiest years for the contemporary country music artist has had for the past decade.
For more information about Vince Gill's concerts, tours, you may check on his official website (vincegill.com) on where and how to purchase tickets for his shows.
As earlier reported by Wide Open Country, here is Gill's tour dates later this year:
Aug. 2 – Detroit Lakes, MN at WE Fest
Aug. 3 – Bayfield, WI at Big Top Chautauqua
Aug. 4 – Clear Lake, IA at Surf Ballroom
Aug. 5 – Madison, WI at The Orpheum Theater
Aug. 6 – Grand Rapids, MI at Meijer Gardens Amphitheater
Aug. 10 – Roanoke, VA at Berglund Performing Arts Center
Aug. 11 – Selbyville, DE at The Freeman Stage
Aug. 12 – Richmond, VA at Carpenter Theatre
Aug. 13 – Kettering, OH at Fraze Pavilion
Aug. 16 – Tulsa, OK at Paradise Cove
Aug. 18 – Oklahoma City, OK at Civic Center Music Hall
Aug. 19 – Salina, KS at Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
Sept. 26 – Greenville, SC at Peace Center for the Performing Arts
Sept. 27 – Cary, NC at Koka Booth Amphitheatre
Sept. 28 – Bloomsburg, PA at Bloomsburg Fair
Sept. 29 – Ashland, KY at Paramount Arts Center
Nov. 3 – Atlanta, GA at Fox Theatre
Nov. 4 – Mobile, AL at Saenger Theatre
Nov. 7 – Charlotte, NC at Ovens Auditorium
Nov. 8 – North Charleston, SC at North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Nov. 9 – Pompano Beach, FL at Pompano Beach Amphitheater
Nov. 10 – Orlando, FL at Dr. Phillips Center-Walt Disney Theater
Nov. 11 – St. Augustine, FL at The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre
Nov. 12 – Clearwater, FL at Ruth Eckerd Hall
Nov. 15 – Birmingham, AL at The Alabama Theatre
Nov. 16 – St. Louis, MO at Peabody Opera House
Nov. 17 – Indianapolis, IN at Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Nov. 18 – Danville, KY at Norton Center for the Arts
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