Chris Stapleton Reveals New Shows With Miranda Lambert, Others On 2024 Tour

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Chris Stapleton posted a list of added dates to his 2024 “All-American Road Show,” featuring Miranda Lambert, Grace Potter and others in the star-studded lineup. Stapleton revealed newly-added shows on Thursday morning (December 7).

The “White Horse” powerhouse is set to stop in Tampa, Florida; Arlington, Texas; and Houston, Texas, per the list of added dates posted on his social media channels. Those three stops join a lengthy list of previously-announced destinations, including in San Diego, California; Minneapolis, Minnesota; West Palm Beach, Florida; Cleveland, Ohio; Kansas City, Missouri; Los Angeles, California and more. Tickets to the new shows will be available on Friday, December 15.

The “All-American Road Show” will feature special guests Allen Stone, Elle King, Grace Potter, Lainey Wilson, Marcus King, Marty Stuart, Miranda Lambert, Nikki Lane, Sheryl Crow, Tedeschi Trucks BandThe War And Treaty, Turnpike Troubadours, and Willie Nelson & Family.

Stapleton, the reigning CMA Male Vocalist of the Year, released his latest full-length album last month. Higher includes the title track, “White Horse,” “It Takes A Woman,” “Think I’m In Love With You” and other fan-favorites. Stapleton’s “White Horse” is nominated in the Best Country Song and Best Country Solo Performance categories at the 2024 Grammy Awards. He’s also up for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for his feature on Carly Pearce’s “We Don’t Fight Anymore.”

See Stapleton’s latest “All-American Road Show” announcement here, and see his previously-announced tour dates below.

3/2 — San Diego, CA

4/3 — Winnipeg, MB

4/4 — Grand Forks, ND

4/6 — Minneapolis, MN

5/9 — West Palm Beach, FL

5/22 — Rapid City, SD

5/31 — Cleveland, OH

6/6 — Philadelphia, PA

6/7 — Bristow, VA

6/12 — Kansas City, MO

6/26 — Los Angeles, CA

7/11 — Darien Center, NY

7/12 — Pittsburgh, PA

7/18 — Toledo, OH

7/19 — Columbus, OH

7/25 — Nampa, ID

7/26 — Portland, OR

7/27 — Seattle, WA

8/1 — Gilford, NH

8/2 — Gilford, NH

8/9 — Nashville, TN

8/21 — Birmingham, AL

8/22 — Little Rock, AR