Keith Urban Will “Raise ’Em Up” This Summer

Tickets are on sale now.

photo by Randy Holmes/ABC

What are you doing this summer? If you answered “seeing a country concert or three” you would be correct, because you’ve got plenty of options coming up in the warm months.

Keith Urban is the latest star to announce his summer plans with the Raise ’Em Up Tour, which launches July 12 at the Calgary Stampede and lands stateside July 17 with guests Brett Eldredge and Jerrod Niemann along for the fun. The tour will play 21 cities before closing at the Washington State Fair Sept. 13.

“The Raise ’Em Up Tour will be a complete build from the sky down,” said Keith in a statement. “New staging, new production, a lot more songs from FUSE that the fans have been requesting, a different mix of previous hits, and some rarities from past albums that we haven't played in a while if ever!! And we'll be sharing the stage with Brett and Jerrod both with killer new albums!!!!!”

Tickets are already on sale for the Raise ’Em Up Tour, and in the meantime fans can see Keith weekly on FOX’s American Idol as well as when he performs on the Academy of Country Music Awards April 6.

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