He revealed his plans during a Wednesday morning (Jan. 21) press conference at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in downtown Nashville.
Bryan’s Kick the Dust Up tour begins on May 8 in Grand Forks, North Dakota, but he has plenty of work before that, including performances overseas and co-hosting the 50th annual ACM Awards show.
He’ll head to Mexico this week for Crash My Playa, an event taking place Friday-Sunday (Jan 23-26) in a resort area near Cancun. Florida Georgia Line, Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Eric Paslay, Chris Stapleton and Kelleigh Bannen will also perform there.
In February, he’ll start the last run of dates for his current That’s My Kind of Night tour with appearances in Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky and Florida before traveling to Europe for a series of performances that begin Feb. 28 in Sweden and end March 8 in Ireland.
His stadium shows include stops at Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver (June 6); TFC Bank Stadium in St. Paul, Minnesota (June 20); Vanderbilt Stadium in Nashville (July 11); Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati (July 18); Levi’s Stadium in San Francisco (Aug. 29); FirstEnergy Stadium in Cleveland (Sept. 5) and Ford Field in Detroit (Oct. 30).
Randy Houser and Dustin Lynch will open the Kick the Dust Up dates, and Florida Georgia Line and Thomas Rhett will be special guests on all the stadium shows. In addition to the regular tour dates, Bryan will be appearing separately at festival and rodeo events in New Orleans, Houston and New York City, as well as in Arizona, Oklahoma, Wisconsin and Oregon.
Here’s a complete list of dates and cities for his Kick the Dust Up tour:
May 8: Grand Forks, North Dakota
May 9: Sioux Falls, South Dakota
May 14: Boise, Idaho
May 15: Spokane, Washington
May 16: Tacoma, Washington
June 4: Albuquerque, New Mexico
June 6: Denver
June 18: Tulsa, Oklahoma
June 19: Bonner Springs, Kansas
June 20: St Paul, Minnesota
June 25: Virginia Beach, Virginia
June 26-27: Washington, D.C.
June 28: New York City
July 9: Durant, Oklahoma
July 11: Nashville
July 16-17: St. Louis
July 18: Cincinnati
July 24-25: Indianapolis
July 26: Twin Lakes, Wisconsin
July 30: Scranton, Pennsylvania
July 31-Aug. 1: Pittsburgh
Aug. 15: Brownsville, Oregon
Aug. 21-22: Atlanta
Aug. 26-27: Salt Lake City
Aug. 29: San Francisco
Sept. 3-4: Darien Center, New York
Sept. 5: Cleveland
Sept. 11-12: Philadelphia
Sept. 18: Tampa, Florida
Sept. 19-20: West Palm Beach, Florida
Sept. 24: Charlotte, North Carolina
Sept. 25-26: Raleigh, North Carolina
Oct. 15: Sacramento, California
Oct. 16: San Diego
Oct. 17-18: Irvine, California
Oct. 22: San Antonio
Oct. 23-24: Dallas
Oct. 28-29: Chicago
Oct. 30: Detroit