Brad Paisley Tour 2020

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Brad Paisley Tour 2020

Brad Paisley Tour 2020: Country chart-topper Brad Paisley will continue touring across North America through the summer supporting his latest album ‘Love and War’. The new 19-date outing kicks off May 15th in Concord and stretches into September visiting cities like Maryland Heights, Chula Vista, Tampa, Virginia Beach, Charlotte and Syracuse. Joining the tour in support will be special guests Jordan Davis and Gabby Barrett. Also during the summer, the singer will be heading over to Europe for additional shows in Norway, Netherlands and Germany.

Paisley released his 11th studio album ‘Love and War’ on April 21st, 2017 via Arista Nashville. The album reached #13 on the Billboard 200 and features guest appearances by Mick Jagger, John Fogerty, Timbaland and Bill Anderson. The same year, he brought his Weekend Warrior World Tour to North America with special guests Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell. The prior year, the singer-songwriter launched his Life Amplified World Tour with Tyler Farrand Maddie & Tae after wrapping up his Crushin’ It World Tour with support from Justin Moore, Mickey Guyton, Eric Paslay and Cam.

Country singer-songwriter Brad Paisley will headline FivePoint Amphitheatre in Irvine on June 8. (File photo by Will Lester, Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)

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Brad Paisley Concert Tour Schedule 2017 – 2018

Brad Paisley Weekend Warrior Tour

May 18: Saratoga Springs, New York
May 19: Philadelphia
May 20: Raleigh, North Carolina

June 16 Wheatland, California
June 17: Mountain View, California
June 23: San Diego, California
June 24: Anaheim, California
June 25: Phoenix
June 29: Portland, Oregon
June 30: Seattle

July 14: Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 15: Denver
July 24: Gavle, Sweden
July 25: Stockholm, Sweden
July 28: Seljord, Norway

Aug. 3: Wantagh, New York
Aug. 4: Holmdel, New Jersey
Aug. 5: Mansfield, Massachusetts
Aug. 6: Hartford, Connecticut
Aug. 10: Cincinnati
Aug. 11: Indianapolis
Aug. 12: Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Aug. 13: Springfield, Illinois
Aug. 18: Calgary, Alberta
Aug. 19: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Aug. 20: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aug. 25: Grand Island, Nebraska
Aug. 26: Red Wing, Minnesota

Sept. 1: Rogers, Arkansas
Sept. 2: Dallas
Sept. 8: Charlotte, North Carolina
Sept. 9: Bristow, Virginia
Sept. 10: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Sept. 15: West Palm Beach, Florida
Sept. 16: Tampa, Florida
Sept. 22: Cleveland
Sept. 23: Chicago
Sept. 24: St. Louis