Chris Young will come over to quite a few more cities this year, as he announces the fall run of his 2016 I’m Comin’ Over Tour. The trek adds 25 shows, running from September through the end of the year. CASE Construction Equipment joins the tour as an official sponsor.
Dan + Shay will join the tour for 12 dates in September and October, while Dustin Lynch will perform on five of the dates in November and December. Young’s “Think Of You” duet partner Cassadee Pope, who provided support for the first leg of the tour, returns for all fall dates.
“I’ve been friends with Dan + Shay and Dustin Lynch for a while now, so to have them join me on tour and to have Cassadee back out with us again, it’s going to be a blast,” says Young.
Tickets for most dates on the I’m Comin’ Over Tour, presented by AEG Live, go on sale Friday (May 6) and can be purchased at aeglive.com and ChrisYoungCountry.com. A limited number of exclusive VIP packages will be available. These packages can include premium tickets, access to a Chris Young pre-show acoustic event, limited-edition merchandise and more.
Chris Young’s I’m Comin’ Over Tour Dates
Sept. 29: Bakersfield, California, Rabobank Arena
Sept. 30: Phoenix; Grand Canyon University Arena
Oct. 6: Lubbock, Texas; United Supermarkets Arena
Oct. 7: Las Cruces, New Mexico; Pan American Center
Oct. 13: Spokane, Washington; Spokane Arena
Oct. 14: Portland, Oregon; Theater of the Clouds at Moda Center
Oct. 15: Nampa, Idaho; Ford Idaho Center
Oct. 20: Park City, Kansas; Hartman Arena
Oct. 21: Kearney, Nebraska; Viaero Event Center
Oct. 22: Brookings, South Dakota; Swiftel Center
Oct. 27: Johnstown, Pennsylvania; Cambria County War Memorial
Oct. 28: Ft. Wayne, Indiana; Memorial Coliseum Expo Center
Oct. 29: Saginaw, Michigan; Dow Event Center
Nov. 10: Orlando, Florida; CFE Arena
Nov. 11: Hollywood, Florida; Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
Nov. 12: St. Augustine, Florida; St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Nov. 17: Newark, Delaware; Bob Carpenter Center
Nov. 18: Salisbury, Maryland; Wicomico Youth & Civic Center
Nov. 19: Fayetteville, North Carolina; Crown Coliseum
Dec. 1: Kingston, Rhode Island; Ryan Center
Dec. 2: Portland, Maine; Cross Insurance Arena
Dec. 3: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania; Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza
Dec. 8: Cape Girardeau, Missouri; Show Me Center
Dec. 9: Moline, Illinois; iWireless Center
Dec. 10: Lexington, Kentucky; Rupp Arena
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