Luke Bryan is extending his Kill the Lights Tour into the new year with Monday’s (Nov. 28) announcement of new dates added for February and March.
Brett Eldredge will open the shows when the tour kicks off Feb. 16 in Huntington, West Virginia.
Bryan recently completed his 2016 Kill the Lights Tour which visited 58 cities. Playing to a total of 1.6 million fans, the tour was highlighted by six sold-out stadium shows, including two concerts at Gillette Stadium near Boston.
Bryan’s 2017 schedule includes a return to New York’s Madison Square Garden, where the performed a sold-out show in 2014.
Here’s a complete list of tour dates announced Monday:
Feb. 16: Huntington, West Virginia (Big Sandy Superstore Arena)
Feb. 17: Bloomington, Indiana (Assembly Hall)
Feb. 18: Jonesboro, Arkansas (ASU Convocation Center)
Feb. 23: Columbia, South Carolina (Colonial Life Arena)
Feb. 25: Jacksonville, Florida (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena)
March 1: New York City (Madison Square Garden)
March 3: Manchester, New Hampshire (Verizon Wireless Arena)
March 4: Providence, Rhode Island (Dunkin’ Donuts Center)
March 9: Richmond, Virginia (Richmond Coliseum)
March 10: Fayetteville, North Carolina (Crown Coliseum)
March 17: Orange Beach, Alabama (The Wharf)