Chris Stapleton Joins ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live,’ Extends Tour

Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton

Chris Stapleton has added several tour dates and will perform on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Wednesday night (Feb. 10). Earlier this week, Stapleton won his first Grammys, in the categories of Best Country Song (“Traveller”) and Best Country Album (Traveller).

New tour dates include a co-headlining show with Jason Isbell on June 18 in Columbia, Maryland. He’s also part of the lineup for Luke Bryan’s stadium tour on July 16 in Gillette Stadium near Boston, and Oct. 22 in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. As previously announced, he will co-headline a series of concerts with Hank Williams Jr. in August.

Chris-Stapleton-TravellerUpcoming performances include a date at Turner Field as part of the Atlanta Braves Summer Concert Series on May 29. He will headline shows in California at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, The Santa Barbara Bowl, and the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.

Tour stops have also been added in the following cities: Denver (two shows); Las Vegas; San Diego; Bakersfield, California; Mesa, Arizona; and Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Stapleton will launch a three-night sold-out series of shows at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on Feb. 18. He also has six concerts confirmed for Europe in March.

Chris Stapleton’s Confirmed Tour Dates

February 18-20: Nashville, Tennessee; Ryman Auditorium
February 26: Lubbock, Texas; City Bank Auditorium
February 27: San Antonio, Texas; San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo
February 28: Thackerville, Oklahoma; WinStar World Casino

March 11: Dublin, Ireland; C2C Country To Country
March 12: Glasgow, U.K.; C2C Country To Country
March 13: London, U.K.; C2C Country To Country
March 15: Munich, Germany; Technikum
March 16: Berlin, Germany; Columbia Theater
March 18: Hamburg, Germany; Mojo Club

April 2: Las Vegas, Nevada; ACM Party For A Cause Festival
April 14: Mesa, Arizona; Mesa Amphitheatre
April 15: Las Vegas, Nevada; The Joint
April 17: Indio, California; Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
April 22: Bakersfield, California; Rabobank Theatre
April 23: Berkeley, California; The Greek Theatre
April 24: Indio, California; Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
April 26: Santa Barbara, California; Santa Barbara Bowl
April 27: Los Angeles, California; The Greek Theatre
April 30: Indio, California; Stagecoach Festival

May 1: San Diego, California; Humphrey’s
May 4: Albuquerque, New Mexico: Sandia Casino
May 5-6: Denver, Colorado: Fillmore Auditorium
May 28: Daytona, Florida: Country 500 Festival
May 29: Atlanta, Georgia; Turner Field

June 9-12: Manchester, Tennessee; Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival
June 18: Columbia, Maryland; Merriweather Post Pavilion (co-headling with Jason Isbell)
July 16: Boston, Massachusetts; Gillette Stadium (Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights Tour)

August 5: Tampa, Florida; MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 6: West Palm Beach, Florida; Perfect Vodka Amphitheatre (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 12: Houston, Texas; Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 13: Austin, Texas; Austin360 Amphitheater (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 19: Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Blossom Music Center (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 20: Clarkston, Michigan; DTE Energy Music Theatre (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 26: Noblesville, Indiana; Klipsch Music Center (with Hank Williams Jr.)
August 27: Cincinnati, Ohio; Riverbend Music Center (with Hank Williams Jr.)

October 22: Arlington, Texas: AT&T Stadium (Luke Bryan’s Kill the Lights Tour)

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