Blake Shelton will kick off the the second leg of his “Back To The Honky Tonk Tour” in February. Dustin Lynch and Emily Ann Roberts will join him on the 17-date run.
The 2024 “Back To The Honky Tonk Tour,” presented by Kubota, will span the U.S. and Canada, beginning Feb. 22 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, with stops in Detroit, Austin, Calgary, Portland, Palm Springs and more through March 29.
Tickets for all markets excepting Glendale will be available via an exclusive fan pre-sale Oct. 24-26. The general on-sale will start Oct. 27. Tickets for Glendale will be available via an exclusive fan pre-sale Oct. 31 – Nov. 2, with general on-sale starting Nov. 3. Fans can sign up for the Exclusive Fan Presale here.
In his over-20-year career, Shelton has amassed an astonishing 28 No. 1 singles, sold nearly 15 million album equivalents and earned upwards of 11.5 billion global streams. He has received myriad awards, including six ACMs, three AMAs, 10 CMAs, 11 CMTs and six People’s Choice.
Shelton left The Voice earlier this year after 23 seasons and nine championships, and he and Carson Daly have now teamed up to executive produce and star in the high-spirited, celebrity game show, Barmageddon on USA Network. The show premiered as the network’s highest rated debut episode in more than three years, and season two will premiere Nov. 13.
The Grand Ole Opry member also remains focused on his Ole Red partnership with Ryman Hospitality, with locations currently in Tishomingo, Nashville, Gatlinburg, Orlando and a forthcoming venue in Las Vegas. Shelton has also helped raise millions of dollars for children’s hospitals, disaster relief organizations, food banks, the OK POP Museum and more in his home state of Oklahoma and beyond.
“Back To The Honky Tonk Tour” Dates:
February 22 // Hershey, PA // GIANT Center
February 23 // Detroit, MI // Little Caesars Arena
February 24 // Milwaukee, WI // Fiserv Forum
February 29 // Lafayette, LA / CAJUNDOME
March 1 // Austin, TX // Moody Center
March 2 // Bossier City, LA // Brookshire Grocery Arena
March 7 // Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, CAN // SaskTel Centre
March 8 // Edmonton, Alberta, CAN // Rogers Place
March 9 // Calgary, Alberta, CAN // Scotiabank Saddledome
March 14 // Spokane, WA // Spokane Arena
March 15 // Tacoma, WA // Tacoma Dome
March 16 // Portland, OR // Moda Center
March 21 // Fresno, CA // Save Mart Center
March 22 // Palm Springs, CA // Acrisure Arena
March 23 // Glendale, AZ // Desert Diamond Arena
March 27 // Moline, IL // Vibrant Arena at The MARK
March 29 // Wichita, KS // INTRUST Bank Arena
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