Brad Says He’ll Douse “Water” Theme

Plans for new tour taking shape.

Brad Paisley is done with water-themed tours, telling CountryWeekly.com, "We're trying to figure out what to call this next tour." One thing for sure, though, is that the "water" theme will be history.

Since 2010, Brad's tours have played off his hit single "Water," beginning with the H2O Tour 2010 and continuing on to the H2O Frozen Over Tour 2011 and the most recent H2O II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour.

"We have talked about some other elements. I think Radon was one of them," Brad says with a laugh. "We're still working on what we're going to do for 2012."

Brad does reveal, "We have some really cool gags planned as far as the way we're going to treat some songs. I'm all about going past expectations and I think these last few tours were good examples of that."

The H2O tours stood out as all-day extravaganzas, with on-site attractions such as water slides and other water-related activities, plus a variety of supporting acts, Blake Shelton and Darius Rucker among them.

"People were able to spend the day, and we were able to do it without increasing the ticket price, which is really important in this day and age," Brad says. "Country music shouldn't be the most expensive show. The World Tour was probably the best we've done and we just want to build on that. It'll be fun."

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