Clay Walker and Tracy Lawrence are joining forces for a new tour this spring that will visit nine cities through the month of March.
The tour kicks off on March 3 at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte, North Carolina with stops in Augusta, Chattanooga, Huntsville, Milwaukee and more through March 19. The two country stars will share a stage and band during the shows, performing alongside each other as they revisit some of their timeless hits as well as their latest releases. Tickets for the dates go on sale on Dec. 3.
Commemorating his three-decade career in 2021, Lawrence is releasing three new albums of all new music along with some of his favorite career hits. He also hosts the nationally syndicated radio show “Honky Tonkin’ With Tracy Lawrence.”
Walker released his debut album for Show Dog Nashville, Texas To Tennessee, which was produced by Michael Knox and chart-topping songwriter Jaron Boyer. He has also become a bit of a social media sensation in the last year, racking up more than 1 million fans on TikTok.
“So excited to be sharing the stage with my friend! Many years of hits between us and now we get to go out and play them together for all our fans,” says Lawrence. “While we have toured together over the years, this time we decided to switch things up and share the stage and band for the entire show. No question—this is going to be a good time!”
“Tracy and I have been good friends for a lot of years and being on the same stage at the same time, singing one hit after another is one of the highlights of my career,” adds Walker.
March 3 | Charlotte, NC | Ovens Auditorium
March 4 | Roanoke, VA | Berglund Coliseum
March 5 | Augusta, GA | William Bell Auditorium
March 10 | Charleston, WV | Municipal Auditorium
March 11 | Chattanooga, TN | Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Auditorium
March 12 | Huntsville, AL | Von Braun Center
March 17 | Kalamazoo, MI | Wings Event Center
March 18 | Milwaukee, WI | The Riverside Theater
March 19 | Owensboro, KY | Owensboro SportsCenter
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