The Cadillac Three have announced a new tour celebrating the Nashville trio’s 10 years as a band. Singer-guitarist Jaren Johnston, lap-steel player Kelby Ray, and drummer Neil Mason will play their first show in front of fans since the 2020 C2C Festival in Europe.

Beginning June 11th at the Country Thunder Iowa festival in Forest City, Iowa, the trek hits a mix of outdoor venues and clubs, highlighted by a pair of homecoming shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on September 1st and 2nd. The band will also play Gruene Hall in New Braunfels, Texas; the Variety Playhouse in Atlanta; and TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas, the site of the first pandemic-era concert back in May 2020. The tour wraps up in November with a gig in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Tickets are available now on Ticketmaster.com.

“We can’t wait to celebrate 10 years as a band by getting back on the road this summer and fall,” Mason tells Rolling Stone. “Our appreciation for playing shows — and for our fans — has never been higher than it is right now and we can’t wait to bring 14 months of pent-up energy to stages all over America.”

While 2020’s events kept the Cadillac Three off the road, the band continued to entertain fans, launching the livestream series Country Fuzz Presents at the Music City venue the Basement. They also released a pair of albums last year: the hard-charging Country Fuzz and the funky departure Tabasco & Sweet Tea. The group, who were nominated for Group of the Year at this year’s ACM Awards, will play songs from throughout their career on the 10th Anniversary Tour.

Here are the Cadillac Three’s tour dates:


June 11 — Forest City, IA @ Country Thunder Iowa


June 12 — Eustis, NE @ Eustis Wurst Tag Festival


June 18 — North Lawrence, OH @ The Country Fest


June 19 — Roanoke, VA @ Dr. Pepper Park at the Bridges


June 25 — New Braunfels, TX @ Gruene Hall


June 26 — Houston, TX @ The Armadillo Palace


July 9 — Pueblo, CO @ Bands in the Backyard


July 29 — Lexington, KY @ Manchester Music Hall


July 30 — Taylorville, IL @ South Fork Dirt Riders


July 31 — Kansas City, MO @ Knuckleheads Saloon


August 5 — Detroit Lakes, MN @ WE Fest


August 13 — Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse


August 14 — Maryville, TN @ The Shed at Smoky Mountain Harley-Davidson


August 19 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex Grand


August 26 — Champaign, IL @ The City Center at Fat City


August 27 — West Peoria, IL @ Crusens


September 1 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium


September 2 — Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium


September 3 — Fort Smith, AR @ TempleLive


September 4 — Omaha, NE @ Barnato


September 9 — Wichita, KS @ Wave


September 11 — Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom


September 15 — State College, PA @ Stage West


September 16 — Hampton, NH @ Wally’s Pub


September 17 — Boston, MA @ Paradise Rock Club


September 18 — Portland, ME @ Aura


September 24 — Franklin, OH @ JD Legends


September 25 — Rootstown, OH @ Dusty Armadillo


November 5 — Iowa City, IA @ First Avenue Club


November 6 — Bloomington, IN @ Bluebird Nightclub


November 11 — Athens, GA @ Georgia Theatre


November 12 — Dothan, AL @ National Peanut Festival


November 13 — Savannah, GA @ Saddle Bags Savannah


November 19 — Grand Rapids, MI @ Elevation