Dustin Lynch Takes 'Party Mode' Tour To 'A Whole New Level,' Adds New Dates


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Dustin Lynch is truly in “Party Mode.” The country artist is having so much fun on his latest tour that he added new shows this fall, he announced on Monday morning (June 6).

“I’ve been so blessed over the years to be able to get out on the road and learn from some of the biggest names in our genre,” Lynch said in a statement. “My band, crew, and I studied with the best and have brought what we learned to our own show, and it’s continued to grow and expand from there. The PARTY MODE TOUR feels like such a culmination of all those years – and then taken to a whole new level.”

Lynch released his tour’s namesake, “Party Mode,” earlier this year on his highly-anticipated album, Blue In The Sky. The collection includes the high-energy party anthem “about embracing the other side of a breakup,” along with other fan-favorite tracks:

  1. Party Mode
  2. Thinking ‘Bout You (feat. MacKenzie Porter)
  3. Stars Like Confetti
  4. Somethin’ That Makes You Smile
  5. Break It On A Beach
  6. Tequila On A Boat (feat. Chris Lane)
  7. Tennessee Trouble
  8. Summer Never Ended
  9. Back Road TN
  10. Huntin’ Land (feat. Riley Green)
  11. Pasadena
  12. Not Every Cowboy

Lynch initially kicked off the “Party Mode Tour” in March, pledging to start the summer early and promising “even more energy” than he’s ever brought before to his new series of shows.

“We went into it with the goal of, ‘How do we make something unique and fun for fans that deserve something a little bigger and a little more fun after a bit of a hiatus?’ I think we've nailed it,” Lynch addd in a statement. “The reaction we got from our fans on this first run of shows was through the roof! I can honestly text my friends and family and go, ‘This is the best show by a long shot we've ever done.’ It's just FUN. From top to bottom, I feel like the crowd is a part of the show versus watching us play a show. It's special.”

See the list of newly-added tour dates here:

JULY

15 | Salina, KS – Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts* 

16 | Grant, OK – Choctaw Casino & Resort 

AUGUST

19 | West Plains, MO – West Plains Civic Center 

27 | Augusta, GA – Bell Auditorium 

SEPTEMBER

9 | Flagstaff, AZ – Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill County Park

15 | Columbia, MO – 9th Street Live (The Blue Note Outdoors)

29 | Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE 

30 | Cleveland, OH – Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica 

OCTOBER

1 | Cincinnati, OH – PNC Pavilion at Riverbend

6 | Wallingford, CT – Toyota Oakdale Theatre

7 | Boston, MA – MGM Music Hall at Fenway


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