Dierks Bentley Adds Nine Fall Tour Stops

He Can’t Get Enough of the Road

When I saw Dierks Bentley in Chicago this summer, it seemed like his fans couldn’t get enough of him. And now it appears that the feeling is mutual.

Bentley announced on Monday (July 25) that the very last shows of his Somewhere on a Beach tour will not, in fact, be the two at Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheatre at the end of September. He is going to keep the party going by extending his tour through the Fall.

Starting on Oct. 13 in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Bentley, Randy Houser and Drake White & the Big Fire will hit nine more cities throughout the Midwest and the South before wrapping his year on the road.

“We’re about 30 shows in so far, and I feel like we are just getting started,” Bentley said in a press release. His big-city, headlining tour kicked off back in May.

“The songs from the new album are really connecting like nothing I’ve experienced before,” Bentley said of his latest album Black. “The band and crew are in a great groove and we’re having the time of our lives out there. I love having Randy out there with us, and I’m looking forward to picking up Drake and his guys for the rest of the fall. We’re going to make summer last as long as possible out here on the ‘Beach.’”
 
Tickets for the brand new shows go on sale on Tuesday (July 26).

In addition to Fort Wayne, the new tour stops include:

Tusacaloosa, Alabama
Jonesboro, Arkansas
Lexington, Kentucky
Grand Rapids, Michigan
Columbia, Missouri
Springfield, Missouri
Knoxville, Tennessee
Roanoke, Virginia
Green Bay, Wisconsin

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