Brad Paisley’s Beat This Winter Tour Ready to Bring the Heat

The red-hot lineup will feature supporting acts Chris Young, Danielle Bradbery and Dee Jay Silver.

photo by Benjamin Enos/Schmidt Relations

With frigid temperatures sweeping most of the nation this week, Brad Paisley is hoping to help thaw things out some with the kickoff of his Beat This Winter Tour. The trek will launch on Friday (Jan. 10), with the first show taking place in Pikeville, Ky., at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center. The red-hot lineup will feature supporting acts Chris Young, Danielle Bradbery and Dee Jay Silver.

The tour will continue on throughout February and March, stopping in several markets, including Louisville, Ky.; Orlando, Fla.; Long Island, N.Y.; and Nashville along the way.

A full list of confirmed dates for the Beat This Winter Tour can be seen below. Additional dates are expected to filter in once the tour gets underway.

Beat This Winter Tour presented by Cracker Barrel Old Country Store® tour dates
Jan. 10 Pikeville, Ky. Eastern Kentucky Exposition Center
  11 Louisville, Ky. KFC Yum! Center
  23 Estero, Fla. Germain Arena
  24 Tallahassee, Fla. Leon County Civic Center
  25 Orlando, Fla. Amway Center
Feb. 13 Long Island, N.Y. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
  14 Uncasville, Conn. Mohegan Sun Arena
  15 Manchester, N.H. Verizon Wireless Arena
  22 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
  27 Ft. Wayne, Ind. Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
  28 Dayton, Ohio Ervin J. Nutter Center
March 1 Charleston, W.Va. Charleston Civic Center


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