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Chris Young has announced dates for an extensive spring and summer tour. Named for the singer’s new duet with Lauren Alaina, the Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020 gets underway May 28th in Detroit.

With 29 shows currently scheduled, Young’s tour will crisscross the U.S., spending a solid portion of June out West before returning to the eastern half of the country for the remainder of the dates. This current spate of shows wraps on September 26th in Cincinnati, and Scotty McCreery and Peyton Smith will be along to support on all stops. Additionally, Young will hand-pick under-the-radar artists from the Next From Nashville initiative to open each week’s shows. Tickets for select dates will be on sale beginning January 24th.

Young also has plans to release his new album, the follow-up to 2017’s Losing Sleep, in 2020. That project will include “Town Ain’t Big Enough” as well as “Raised on Country,” and his current single, “Drowning.”

Chris Young — Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020 dates:

May 28th — Detroit @ DTE Energy Music Theatre


May 29th — Indianapolis @ Ruoff Music Center


May 30th — Chicago @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre


June 10th — Salt Lake City @ USANA Amphitheater


June 12th — Portland, Oregon @ Sunlight Supply Amphitheater


June 13th — Seattle @ White River Amphitheater


June 20th — Irvine, California @ FivePoint Amphitheatre


June 27th — Albuquerque, New Mexico @ Isleta Amphitheater


June 28th — Phoenix @ Ak-Chin Pavilion


July 9th — Cleveland @ Blossom Music Center


July 10th — Bristow, Virginia @ Jiffy Lube Live


July 11th — Darien Center, New York @ Darien Lake Amphitheater


July 24th — Mansfield, Massachusetts @ Xfinity Center


July 25th — Gilford, New Hampshire @ Bank of NH Pavilion


July 30th — Brandon, Mississippi @ Brandon Amphitheater


July 31st — Tuscaloosa, Alabama @ Tuscaloosa Amphitheater


August 1st — Orange Beach, Alabama @ The Wharf Amphitheater


August 13th — Virginia Beach, Virginia @ Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach


August 14th — Raleigh, North Carolina @ Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek


August 15th — Charlotte, North Carolina @ PNC Music Pavilion


August 20th — St. Louis @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre


August 21st — Rogers, Arkansas @ Walmart AMP


August 22nd — Dallas @ Dos Equis Pavilion


August 28th — Saratoga Springs, New York @ Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center


August 29th — Holmdel, New Jersey @ PNC Bank Arts Center


September 11th — Wantagh, New York @ Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater


September 12th — Pittsburgh @ S&T Bank Music Park


September 25th — Atlanta @ Ameris Bank Amphitheatre


September 26th — Cincinnati @ Riverbend Music Center