In the weeks since Brad Paisley, Lady A and others announced summer 2021 tour dates, more artists have shared their plans to go back on the road.
Among them, Tanya Tucker has replotted her cancelled CMT Next Women of Country tour. It'll pick up in late June and go through October.
"We've all been through hell and back the past year, so I can't wait to get back out there and perform"! Tucker wrote on Twitter. "It's been too damn long"!!!
Brothers Osborne also have plans to play a few summer festivals before they launch their We're Not for Everyone tour, while Luke Combs has rescheduled his postponed What You See is What You Get tour. And then there's Willie Nelson's star-studded affair.
As Holler previously reported, Blake Shelton will be embarking on his Friends & Heroes 2021 tour beginning in August.
If live music doesn't feel comfortable just yet, tune into the CMT Music Awards on June 9 to get your fill of exciting performances from Mickey Guyton (with the legendary Gladys Knight); Brothers Osbourne and Dierks Bentley; Miranda Lambert, Jack Ingram and Jon Randall; Maren Morris and JP Saxe; and Chris Stapleton and Luke Combs.
Brothers Osborne: We're Not for Everyone tour, June 6 - November 20
T.J. and John will perform at select summer festivals before kicking off their tour, which they named after their Skeletons' song 'I'm Not for Everyone'.
Luke Combs: What You See is What You Get tour, June 13 - December 3
Combs had to cancel his What You See is What You Get tour in 2020, which he named after his 2019 album. Now, he's rescheduled those dates.
Willie Nelson: Outlaw Music Festival tour, August - October
Across 14 stops, Nelson plans to bring his friends: Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson, The Avett Brothers, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Gov’t Mule, Lucinda Williams, Ryan Bingham, Margo Price, Yola, Kathleen Edwards and Ida Mae.
Michael Ray: Just the Way I Am tour, June 13 - November 14
"I can't wait to be back out on the road and be with all of you again," Ray said in a statement. "There's nothing better than being with one another and singing the songs that have brought us together over the years, and I'm so excited to share some new songs with you that have come to mean so much to me."
Tanya Tucker: CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now tour, June 25 - October 21
In addition to her tour, Tucker will join Brandi Carlile for two shows at Colorado’s Red Rocks on September 11 and 12. The two previously worked together on Tucker’s award-winning album While I’m Livin’.
Brett Young: The Weekends tour, July 3 - December 3
Young will play a series of dates this summer before picking his The Weekends tour up in September. Maddie & Tae and Filmore will support Young across that tour, with Ryan Hurd and Matt Ferranti slated to appear at a handful of select shows.