George Strait announces stadium tour with Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town in 2023
George Strait, who has been dubbed “The King of Country,” has announced his largest stadium run since his (semi) retirement after his “The Cowboy Rides Away” tour in 2014.
The country superstar will be going on a six-stadium tour in 2023, starting on May 6 in Arizona and ending Aug. 5 in Florida. Strait will be joined by Little Big Town and Chris Stapleton.
” “It just felt right,” Strait said to Billboard via email. “I was able to work with Chris and Little Big Town, and everything just fell into place for next year.” I don’t do as many shows anymore so it would be great if we could play in a bigger venue. “
George Strait will be going on a six-stop stadium tour in 2023.
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Even though Strait doesn’t take his music on the road much anymore, he has been playing shows through his Las Vegas residency, “Strait to Vegas,” since his last tour.
Strait has reached massive success in his time as a country music artist, with more top songs than any other artist in history. The country legend is eager to return to the road and to share his music with fans.
” My entire career has been incredible. Strait stated that he was blessed to have been with MCA, a great record label.
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George Strait hasn’t toured since his 2014 “The Cowboy Rides Away” tour.
Strait will be hitting six stops for his stadium tour. He will begin in Arizona, before heading to Wisconsin, Washington and Colorado, and then he will finish in Florida.
Tickets to Strait’s six-stop show will go on pre-sale on Oct. 26, with regular on-sale tickets beginning on Nov. 4.
George Strait 2023 Tour Dates:
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George Strait will be joined by Chris Stapleton and Little Big Town on his 2023 tour, which starts in Arizona and ends in Florida.
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May 6, State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona
June 3, American Family Field, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
June 17, Lumen Field, Seattle, Washington
June 24, Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
July 29, Nissan Stadium, Nashville, Tennessee
Aug. 5, Raymond James Stadium, Tampa, Florida
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