Super-Duo Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart to Reunite

Travis Tritt and Marty Stuart will reunite and reignite this fall, hitting the road for a multi-city tour that reprises their unforgettable and highly successful No Hats Tour back in the early ’90s.

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The duo will serve up acoustic renditions of the hits they enjoyed together, such as “The Whiskey Ain’t Workin’,” “This One’s Gonna Hurt You (for a Long, Long Time)” and “Honky-Tonkin’s What I Do Best,” along with a full helping of songs from their individual chart-topping catalogs.

Travis and Marty will be performing together in cities from coast to coast. Already-scheduled dates for this highly anticipated, one-of-a-kind touring event include:

  • Temecula, Calif. — Nov. 1
  • Phoenix — Nov. 2
  • Wheeling, W.Va. — Nov. 13
  • Charlottesville, Va. — Nov. 14
  • Harrisburg, Pa. — Nov. 15
  • Easton, Pa. — Nov. 19
  • Indiana, Pa. — Nov. 20
  • Wilmington, Del. — Nov. 21

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