Chris Stapleton 2020 Tour Includes Support From Jason Isbell, Highwomen, Marcus King Band & More

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Chris Stapleton confirmed summer and fall tour dates for his 2020 All-American Road Show run at amphitheaters, stadiums and arenas across the United States. Jason Isbell and The 400 Unit, The Highwomen, The Marcus King Band, Sheryl Crow and The Dirty Knobs are just a few of the acts who will support Stapleton at select shows between June and October.

The summer leg begins with Mike Campbell‘s The Dirty Knobs and opening for Chris in Albuquerque on June 4, Phoenix on June 5 and San Bernardino (California) on June 6. Next, The Dirty Knobs and Margo Price team with Stapleton in the California cities of Bakersfield, Wheatland and Mountain View before the three acts head to the Pacific Northwest for concerts in Nampa, Idaho; Ridgefield, Washington and George, Washington.

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Stapleton recruited Sheryl Crow and The Dirty Knobs to kick off the action in West Valley City, Utah on June 25 and Denver on June 26. Then, Crow opens in Milwaukee on June 30 before Kendell Marvel and Crow are on the lineups in Florida for shows in Estero on July 16 and Orlando on July 17. Hank Williams Jr. joins the lineup at Truist Park in Atlanta on July 1 and then it’s just Sheryl and Kendell opening in Darien Center, New York; Syracuse and Holmdel, New Jersey. Next, Marvel and Elle King support Stapleton in Scranton, Pennsylvania; Camden, New Jersey; Mansfield, Massachusetts; Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio; Charlotte and Raleigh ahead of a run with Elle and Nikki Lane in New Hampshire and South Dakota.

Chris Stapleton heads to stadiums next as George Strait and Little Big Town open at Minneapolis’ U.S. Bank Stadium on August 22 and Stapleton’s debut at Wrigley Field in Chicago will feature The Highwomen, Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit and The Dirty Knobs. Finally, an October run finds The Marcus King Band and Yola supporting Stapleton at arenas. Visits to Knoxville on October 1, Nashville on October 2, State College (Pennsylvania) on October 8 and Atlantic City on October 9 will be followed by Chris’ Madison Square Garden debut in New York City on October 10. Stapleton, Yola & The Marcus King Band then wrap the tour with stops in Columbia, Missouri; Tulsa; Lincoln, Nebraska; Lubbock, Texas and San Antonio.

Stapleton Fan Club and Citi cardmember pre-sales start on Tuesday, February 4 at 10 a.m. local time. Tickets go on sale to the general public for most shows beginning next Friday, February 7 at 10 a.m. local time.

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Tour Dates for Chris Stapleton