I hope the highways of America are ready for Dustin Lynch and his crew. The singer-songwriter is about to take his high-energy show on the road, and it’s going be a big one.
Lynch is preparing for a massive moment in his life and career — his first-ever headlining tour which will hit more than 35 cities this fall.
It’s been one hell of a ride for Lynch since his massive debut on the country scene back in 2012 with the hit “Cowboys and Angels,” so it only makes sense for him to name his upcoming run the Hell of a Night tour.
“Hell of a Night” is not just the title of his current single, it’s also exactly what he plans to give his fans during his concerts. And he says he’s learned from the very best and brightest.
Lynch is currently still out on the road with Bryan’s Kick the Dust Up tour, which afforded him another bucket-list opportunity of playing his first stadiums.
You know that’s “Where It’s At,” right, Dustin? Whew, what a moment.
Lynch’s headlining tour will include stops in Denver, Kansas City, Cincinnati, Memphis, New York City, New Orleans, Houston, and Boston.
Rising star Chris Lane will open shows for Lynch on the run which kicks off Nov. 14 in Richmond, Virginia.