Monday, June 8, 2015

Little Big Town Extend Pain Killer Tour

Little Big Town Extend Pain Killer Tour:

Little Big Town's Pain Killer Tour will now stretch all the way to Thanksgiving, thanks to a newly-added fall leg that kicks off October 8th and runs through the end of November.

Already six months underway, the headlining tour has hit more than 50 cities since its kickoff show in Youngstown, Ohio, last November. Since then, both of the album's singles have climbed toward the upper reaches of the country charts, with "Day Drinking" peaking at Number Two last December and "Girl Crush" — the surprisingly controversial track written by Lori McKenna, Hillary Lindsey and Liz Rose — currently holding down the top slot.

David Nail and Ashley Monroe have both been tapped as opening acts for the band's summertime tour, although openers for the fall leg have yet to be announced. Meanwhile, Little Big Town will perform at this weekend's NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race in Charlotte before laying low until mid-June, when the quartet kicks off another leg of the Painkiller Tour with an appearance at the CMA Music Festival.

Newly added dates for the Pain Killer Tour:

October 8th — Bemidji, Minnesota, Sanford Center                                                        

October 9th — Ames, Iowa, Stephens Auditorium                                    

October 10th —  Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Riverside Theatre                                          

October 15th — Greensboro, North Carolina, Greensboro Coliseum                                                

October 16th — Greenville, South Carolina, Bon Secours Wellness Arena                                                  

October 17th — St. Augustine, Florida, St. Augustine Amphitheatre                                                        

October 22nd — Bismarck, North Datoka, Bismarck Events Center                                                

October 23rd — Rapid City, South Dakota, Barnett Arena                                                  

October 24th — Brookings, South Dakota, Swiftel Center                                                    

October 30th — Bloomington, Illinois, US Cellular Coliseum

November 12th — Missoula, Montana, Adams Center

November 13th — Boise, Idaho, Taco Bell Arena

November 14th — Portland, Keller Auditorium

November 17th — Kelowna, British Columbia, Prospera Place

November 19th — Abbottsford, British Columbia, Abbottsford Centre

November 20th — Seattle, Paramount Theater

November 21st — Spokane, Washington, INB Performing Arts Center

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