The 7 Hottest Country Summer Tours You Don’t Want To Miss!

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Summer is almost here, so there’s so much happening in country. Not only is festival season here, but there are several tours taking place that kick off the beginning of summer. Some of the artists are ones that haven’t been on tour for quite awhile. So here are the country summer tours you certainly don’t want to miss– and how to get tickets.

Shania Twain

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Shania Twain (photo from ask men.com)

She hasn’t been on tour for three years, so this is a big one. Shania Twain dropped a new album in late 2017. It was a huge comeback for an artist who hadn’t released new music since 2002. And following this first album release after 15 years, she is also going on tour. And this isn’t just a big deal because its the first in three years. As Country Living reported, “after her “Rock This Country Tour” in 2015, Shania Twain said she’d never tour again.” Her Shania Now tour hits the road May 3 and goes all summer long across North America.

Tickets for individual shows are available on her website

Rascal Flatts

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Rascal Flatts (photo from www.soundslikenashville.com)

Now getting ready to release their 10th album, there’s a reason Rascal Flatts is calling their new tour Back To Us. (Joining them are Dan + Shay and Carly Pearce.) In an interview with CMT, lead singer Gary LeVox opened up about this period of reset for the band. 

I can’t describe how much we are looking forward to the tour this summer,” LeVox said.

“We’ve been lucky enough to be in a position to tour consistently throughout our career, and last year felt like the perfect time to reset as we focused on the release of our 10th album.

“Coming back this year and with our friends, Dan + Shay, who are some of the best guys around, as well as Carly who had an amazing year last year, makes it all the more exciting! It’s going to be an awesome time for us and the fans.”

You can order tickets for this summer-long tour on the Rascal Flatts website.

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