Brooks & Dunn Announce Dates for Farewell Tour

The Last Rodeo Tour Will Hit 47 Cities During the Spring and Summer

Brooks & Dunn have announced dates for next year’s farewell tour which begins April 23 in Sacramento, Calif., and concludes Aug. 8 in Chicago. The duo will visit 47 cities during their Last Rodeo tour, and an additional date for a special concert in Nashville will be revealed later.

In August, Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn announced plans to dissolve their musical partnership after a final tour in 2010. In a joint statement, they said, “After 20 years of making music and riding this trail together, we have agreed as a duo that it’s time to call it a day,” the statement read. “This ride has been everything and more than we could ever have dreamed …. We owe it all to you, the fans. If you hear rumors, don’t believe them. It’s just time.”

Brooks & Dunn released another greatest hits compilation, #1s … And Then Some, in September. Last week, their recording of “Cowgirls Don’t Cry,” a track from their Cowboy Town album, received a Grammy nomination for best country performance by a duo or group with vocals.

Prior to launching the farewell tour, they’ll perform March 20 in Texas at RodeoHouston. Ticket information for the tour, including on-sale dates, has not been announced.

Here’s a list of cities and dates for Brooks & Dunn’s Last Rodeo tour:

April 23: Sacramento, Calif.
April 24: Mountain View, Calif.
April 25: Indio, Calif.
April 30: Spokane, Wash.
May 1: Tacoma, Wash.
May 2: Vancouver, Wash.
May 4: Calgary, Alberta
May 5: Edmonton, Alberta
May 6: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
May 14: St. Paul, Minn.
May 15: Bloomington, Ill.
May 16: Columbus, Ohio
May 21: Phoenix
May 22: Albuquerque, N.M.
May 27: Wichita, Kan.
May 28: Tulsa, Okla.
May 29: Dallas
May 30: Baton Rouge, La.
June 3: Charleston, W.Va.
June 4: Charlotte, N.C.
June 5: Raleigh, N.C.
June 11: Tampa, Fla.
June 12: W Palm Beach, Fla.
June 13: Jacksonville, Fla.
June 17: Hershey, Pa.
June 18: Virginia Beach, Va.
June 19: Washington, D.C.
June 25: Hartford, Conn.
June 26: Boston
June 27: Bethel, N.Y.
June 29: Milwaukee, Wis.
July 2: Dauphin, Manitoba
July 8: Fort Loramie, Ohio
July 9: Cleveland
July 10: Darien Lakes, N.Y.
July 15: Atlanta
July 16: Indianapolis
July 17: St. Clairsville, Ohio
July 18: Cincinnati
July 23: Minot, N.D.
July 24: Cheyenne, Wyo.
July 25: Omaha, Neb.
July 29: Detroit
July 30: Pittsburgh
August 6: Kansas City, Kan.
August 7: St. Louis
August 8: Chicago