The tour allows fans to not only enjoy the jaw dropping live shows Chris Stapleton puts on year in and year out, but he also brings along some of the best talent the music industry has to offer, whether they’re up-and-coming artists, or been in the industry for years and years.
Earlier this year, Stapleton announced Dwight Yoakam, Elle King, The Highwomen, Madeline Edwards, Margo Price, Marty Stuart, Mavis Staples, Mike Campbell & the Dirty Knobs, Morgan Wade, Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats, Sheryl Crow, and Willie Nelson & Friends, would all be joining him at some point for this year’s tour.
With that being said, the man has already seen a number of sellouts, and has announced five additional dates to the tour.
The first is in Tuscaloosa, Alabama on July 14, the second is in Orange Beach, Alabama on July 15, the following two in Gilford, New Hampshire on August 4-5, and the last on October 28 in Houston, Texas.
Of course, Chris also recently took home three Grammy awards, winning Best Country Solo Performance for “You Should Probably Leave,” Best Country Song for “Cold,” and Best Country Album for Starting Over.