Grammy-nominated band Old Dominion will return to the road in 2021 for a Ballpark Tour across North America. Teaming up with Indigo Road Entertainment, the group’s first full-scale headline run since 2019 will kick off July 17 at The Ballpark at Jackson in Jackson, Tennessee.
The group will also share the stage with Scotty McCreery, Randy Houser, Matt Stell, Blanco Brown, Caitlyn Smith, and Walker County as supporting acts. Tickets for most show dates go on sale Friday, May 21 at 10 a.m. local time.
“This is literally the moment we’ve all been waiting for! We’ve all gone through it the last year. Now, it’s time to get back together, forget everything for a few hours, and have a great time,” the band shares.
In addition to the tour announcement, Old Dominion will release a new single, “I Was On A Boat That Day,” this Friday (May 21). Each band member—Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Brad Tursi, Whit Sellers, and Geoff Sprung—notably participated in the songwriting alongside Shane McAnally and Josh Osborne.
Recently, the guys took home the Vocal Group of the Year award at the 2021 Academy of Country Music Awards for the fourth consecutive time since 2018, and garnered their first Grammy nomination.
We Are Old Dominion: Live At The Ballpark Tour Dates:
July 17 – The Ballpark at Jackson Jackson, TN (with SM, MS, & WC)
August 22 – Chukchansi Park Fresno, CA (with BB, & WC)
September 17 – Turtle Creek Stadium Traverse City, MI (with RH, MS, & CS)
September 18 – Peoples Natural Gas Field Altoona, PA (with RH, MS, & CS)
September 24 – Melaleuca Field Idaho Falls, ID (with SM, MS, & CS)
October 1 – Riverfront Stadium Wichita, KS (with SM, BB, & WC)
October 2 – Werner Park Omaha, NE (with SM, MS, & WC)
SM – Scotty McCreery | RH – Randy Houser | MS – Matt Stell
BB – Blanco Brown | CS – Caitlyn Smith | WC – Walker County
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