Looks like country music’s favorite college student will be taking more weekend road trips this fall. Due to the success of Scotty McCreery’s Weekend RoadTrip Tour 2013, a fall run has been announced.
The platinum-selling country artist had multiple sell-outs and more dates have been added through the end of 2013 to meet demand. With more than 150 live shows under his belt across the U.S., Canada and the Philippines, McCreery has become a fan favorite appealing to all ages.
“To have a sell-out as a new artist is really amazing for me,” says McCreery. “To have people want to come out and see our show means a lot. When you hear it is a sell-out, it hypes you up even more. We couldn’t be happier with the way it is going. It’s 90 high-energy minutes of new material and country classics combined with video, lights and fan interaction.”
The show includes his gold-selling hits, “I Love You This Big” and “The Trouble With Girls,” from his record-setting debut album Clear As Day. McCreery also features new material from his upcoming album being released this fall, as well as classics from artists who influenced him, such as Elvis, Garth Brooks and George Strait.
He co-wrote his current single, “See You Tonight,” which is climbing the country charts. He is in the studio now with Frank Rogers (Brad Paisley, Darius Rucker, Trace Adkins) finishing his sophomore studio album. McCreery is also beginning his sophomore year at North Carolina State University in Raleigh.
The Weekend RoadTrip Tour 2013 dates will be included in McCreery’s fall schedule below. Fans can also meet McCreery by selecting his VIP Experience at select shows. Check www.ScottyMcCreery.com for more info:
NEW FALL TOUR DATES
Aug. 9–Hyannis, MA/Melody Tent
Aug. 10–Webster, MA/ Indian Ranch
Aug. 11–Cohassett, MA Melody Tent
Aug. 13–Long Island, NY/Emporium
Sept. 1–Manteo, N.C./RI Festival Park
Sept. 6–Madera, CA/ Madera District Fair
Sept. 7–Oroville, CA/Gold Country
Sept. 13–Council Bluffs, IA/Harrah’s
Sept. 14–Spencer, IA/Clay County Fair
Sept. 20–Shippensburg, PA/ Luhrs Performing Arts Ctr
Sept. 21–Baltimore, MD/Ramshead Live
Oct. 4–Salem, VA/Salem Civic Center
Oct. 5–Cherokee, N.C./Harrah’s
Oct. 21-22–Raleigh, NC/NC State Fair
Oct. 26–Troy, Ohio/Hobart Arena
Nov. 1–Danville, KY/Newlin Hall
Nov. 14—Austin, TX/Waller Cre
Nov. 15–Winnie, TX/Nutty Jerry’s
Nov. 22-23–Lincoln City, OR/Chinook