Paisley’s World Tour Launches Today

Following a No. 1 single (“Old Alabama”) and album (This Is Country Music), reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year Brad Paisley will launch his H20 II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour today (6/3) in Virginia Beach, VA. He’ll follow that performance with another tomorrow (6/4) in Hartford, CT. The 30 city trek includes four stadiums and overseas visits to London, Dublin, Stockholm, Oslo and more. Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann will join Paisley on the road. Full dates are included below.

H2O II will bring back the popular “Water World Plaza” which turns every concert event into a water festival. The “Water World Plaza Stage” will offer up-and-comers Edens Edge, Sunny Sweeney, Brett Eldredge and the JaneDear girls (on select dates) a chance to showcase their talents for concertgoers. Each tour stop opens at 4 pm and music begins at 5 pm.

H2O II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour Dates:
June 3 — Farm Bureau Live at VA Beach (Virginia Beach, VA)
June 4 — Comcast Theatre (Hartford, CT)
June 11 — Progressive Field (Cleveland, OH)
June 16 — Riverbend Music Center (Cincinnati, OH)
June 17 — Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (St. Louis, MO)
June 18 — Verizon Wireless Music Center (Indianapolis, IN)
June 24 — Wild West Arena-Nebraskaland Days (North Platte, NE)**
June 25 — Tuttle Creek State Park (Manhattan, KS)**
July 2 — Lavell Edwards Stadium (Provo, UT)*
July 9 — Cavendish Beach Music Festival (Cavendish, P.E.I.)**
July 15 — PNC Bank Arts Center (Holmdel, NJ)
July 16 — Comcast Center (Boston, MA)
July 17 — Scarborough Downs (Scarborough, ME)
July 22 — Toyota Pavilion (Scranton, PA)
July 23 — Darien Lakes PAC (Darien Lakes, NY)
July 30 — Pizza Hut Park (Frisco, TX)
August 4 — WE Fest (Detroit Lakes, MN)**
August 6 — First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre (Chicago, IL)
August 7 — Columbus Crew Stadium (Columbus, OH)
August 17 — O2 Arena (London, UK)*
August 19 — Olympia Theatre (Dublin, IRE)*
August 24 — Cirkus (Stockholm, SWE)*
August 26 — Spektrum (Oslo, NOR)*
August 27 — Lisebergshallen (Goteburg, SWE)*
August 28 — Forum (Copenhagen, DEN)*
September 9 — 1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre (Tampa, FL)
September 10 — Cruzan Amphitheatre (West Palm Beach, FL)
September 23 — Susquehanna Bank Center (Philadelphia, PA)
September 24 — Jiffy Lube Live (Washington, DC)
September 25 — Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion (Raleigh, NC)
*Paisley only shows.
**Paisley, Shelton, Niemann only

Paisley and Sony Music Nashville staff celebrate the No. 1 debut of “This Is Country Music” at the label group’s offices. (L-R): SMN SVP Promotion Skip Bishop, SMN Chairman & CEO Gary Overton, Paisley, SMN VP Sales Kerri Fox-Metoyer, Fitgerald-Hartley’s Bill Simmons, SMN SVP Marketing Paul Barnabee.


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