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11/29/21

Mercury Nashville’s Chris Stapleton will head to Canada as part of his All-American Road Show tour next spring.

The Canadian leg will include stops at London’s Budweiser Gardens, Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre, Montreal’s Centre Bell, Regina’s Brandt Centre, Saskatoon’s Sasktel Centre, Winnipeg’s Canada Life Centre, Edmonton’s Rogers Place, Calgary’s Scotiabank Saddledome and Vancouver’s Rogers Arena.

Additionally, Stapleton will play two rescheduled shows in Nashville at the Bridgestone Arena on 12/10-11.

The new tour dates arrive on the heels of Stapleton’s performance at tonight’s 2021 CCMA Awards in Ontario as well as his three nominations at the 64th Annual Grammy Awards, including Best Country Album for Starting Over, Best Country Song for “Cold” and Best Country Solo Performance for “You Should Probably Leave.

Tickets for the Live Nation-produced tour—which features special guest Elle King for the Canadian shows as well as Sheryl Crow, Margo Price and more for various U.S. dates—go on sale this Friday (12/3) at 10am local time.

For tickets and a full list of tour dates, click here.