Keith Urban's Summer Tour Dates

ACM Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year nominee Keith Urban will bring his hit-filled live show to a mix of stadium venues, fairs, and arenas, as well as cities that his Escape The World Together tour did not reach.

“The single most important thing for me is to try and create music that connects with people in some way. And we love making that connection live [in concert] so that they feel a part of what we’re doing.” Keith tells Country Weekly.

Tickets are available for the following shows, and more dates are expected to be added soon.

Date Location Venue
* These shows will feature The Eagles.
April 16th Florence, Arizona Country Thunder
  23rd Las Vegas, Nevada The Joint
  24th Indio, California Stagecoach
May 29th Baton Rouge, Louisiana Tiger Stadium
June 10th East Rutherford, NJ Giants Stadium*
  12th Boston, Massachusetts Gillette Stadium*
  14th Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Citizens Bank Park*
  15th Washington, DC Nationals Stadium*
  19th Chicago, Illinois Soldiers Field*
  25th Manhattan, Kansas Country Stampede
  26th Greeley, Colorado Greeley Stampede
  27th Grand Junction, Colorado City Jam
July 8th Cavendish, Nova Scotia Cavendish Festival
  10th Ft. Loramie, Ohio Country Hickory Hills
  16th Sarnia, Ontario Bayfest
  28th Paso Robles, California California Mid-State Fair
  30th Sweet Home, Oregon Oregon Jamboree
August 1st Camrose, Alberta Big Valley Jamboree
  6th Detroit Lakes, Minnesota We Fest
  14th Indianapolis, Indiana State Fair
September 3rd Allentown, Pennsylvania Great Allentown Fair
  4th Essex Junction, Vermont Champlain Valley Fair

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