So grab your cowboy hat and boots and we’ll give you the skinny on every upcoming round.
“Stadium Trip” by George Strait
It will last from May 6 to August 5
There aren’t many concerts on the Straitda Stadium tour. In fact, it’s only doing eight shows this coming summer. But they will all be big. Mega stars Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town will join him at each of these mega concerts. Expect a night of long hits and good vibes.
Although you may have most recently seen Reba on the third season of ABC’s Big Sky, she’s taking a break from acting for a 14-concert spring arena tour where she can burn through all of your favorite Reba classics. Terry Clark and Isaacs are slated to open for the three-time Grammy winner.
Wallen’s upcoming 37-concert tour is one of the most anticipated of the year. Parker McCollum, Hardy, Earnest and Bailey Zimmerman featured Wallen. Instagram to share his excitement: “2023 is going to be a special year… I have prepared so many things for you.” Want to know what that means? We suggest seeing it live.
After a massive stadium tour in 2022, Chesney will head to off-the-beaten-track venues for his 20th concert, I’ll Be Back. Instead of playing only major cities, he and opener Kelsey Ballerini will be playing smaller markets that Chesney doesn’t normally attend on his usual tours. Does this mean he will visit your city? We recommend checking it out below.
There’s only one place you can catch Garth this year: Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Brooks teased that he and his band, plus possibly his wife Trish Yearwood, will break with tradition and play an unpredictable set list, including new songs. Although the shows sold out almost immediately, you better believe we found the tickets.
In 2022, Underwood dropped her album Denim and Rhinestones, hit 18 venues on the first leg of her tour, and performed at the AMAs in the Air Cage. It won’t slow down next year. He and opening act Jimmie Allen have 25 dates on tour. If you want to know if it’s coming to you, click below.
Gwen Stefani’s husband is doing his thing on tour this early spring. His 18-concert Back To The Honky Tonk Tour with Carly Pierce and Jackson Dean will be his first shows since 2021’s Friends and Heroes. There’s no guarantee, but we can bet that he’ll be playing tracks from his latest album, Body Language.
After his 2021-22 Blessed And Free tour, Brown is back on the road for more. He will play 34 concerts across North America this spring and summer. Opening acts Dustin Lynch and LOCASH will be traveling with him this time as well.
Big things await Combs in 2023. His four-month mega-tour will take him to stadiums across North America with a variety of special guests including Riley Green and Laney Wilson. Expect to hear his brooding new single “Going, Going, Gone” at the shows as well. He just took it Instagram calling the track “one of my personal favourites”.
Twain promises that each of his upcoming 44 shows will be big parties “with no strings attached.” If you listen to the classic tracks “Man! I Feel Like A Woman”, ‘You’re Still The One’ and ‘I’m Not Impressed’ live as your jam, you’re in the right place. BRELAND, Hayley Withers and others will serve as her opening act on select dates.
We never know when Thomas Rhett will find time to sleep. After headlining the 2022 Bring the Bar To You tour, he will return to the arena next year for 50 concerts. This time, he’s bringing you and your home team Cole Swindell and Nate Smith, along with an “ahem, bar.”
After Naomi’s untimely death, Wynonna continued The Judds and performed hits for fans at live shows in 2022. Next year, he will do it all again after expanding his series of shows. Martina McBride, Brandi Carlyle, Kelsey Ballerini, Little Big Town and Martina McBride are some of the big names joining her this time around.
The Request Line tour is different from the other tours we’ve listed here. At each show, the trio takes requests and promises Instagram “No two shows (on the tour) will be the same.” We’ll see them perform their sensational new single ‘Summer State of Mind’, but no promises – fans will choose what’s played.