Brad Paisley Reveals Dates for 2017 Weekend Warrior World Tour

Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell Will Be Along for the Ride on All U.S. Dates

Brad Paisley has announced the complete itinerary for his Weekend Warrior World Tour, which includes stops in Canada and Europe.

Kicking off May 18 in Saratoga Springs, New York, special guests on the U.S. leg of the tour will be Dustin Lynch, Chase Bryant and Lindsay Ell. Bryant will also be on the Canadian, Norway and Sweden dates, and Ell will also be on the Canadian dates.

Paisley has partnered with Sarah Cannon, the Cancer Institute of HCA Healthcare, for Band Against Cancer to help spread the word of community-based treatment, options and support. As a tour sponsor, Sarah Cannon will provide onsite resources at each tour stop that are powered by askSARAH, Sarah Cannon’s cancer helpline. Sarah Cannon has adopted Paisley’s hit “Today” as the campaign’s 2017 theme song.

As part of the partnership, Paisley is providing an opportunity for his fans to engage in the cause, by participating in a “get one, give one” campaign for his new album Love and War. When fans purchase the new album for a special limited time price of $15 via www.bandagainstcancer.com and www.bradpaisley.com, they can send an additional free copy to a patient going through the cancer journey.

Here’s a complete list of the Weekend Warrior World Tour dates:

May 18: Saratoga Springs, New York
May 19: Philadelphia
May 20: Raleigh, North Carolina

June 16 Wheatland, California
June 17: Mountain View, California
June 23: San Diego, California
June 24: Anaheim, California
June 25: Phoenix
June 29: Portland, Oregon
June 30: Seattle

July 14: Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 15: Denver
July 24: Gavle, Sweden
July 25: Stockholm, Sweden
July 28: Seljord, Norway

Aug. 3: Wantagh, New York
Aug. 4: Holmdel, New Jersey
Aug. 5: Mansfield, Massachusetts
Aug. 6: Hartford, Connecticut
Aug. 10: Cincinnati
Aug. 11: Indianapolis
Aug. 12: Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Aug. 13: Springfield, Illinois
Aug. 18: Calgary, Alberta
Aug. 19: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Aug. 20: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aug. 25: Grand Island, Nebraska
Aug. 26: Red Wing, Minnesota

Sept. 1: Rogers, Arkansas
Sept. 2: Dallas
Sept. 8: Charlotte, North Carolina
Sept. 9: Bristow, Virginia
Sept. 10: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Sept. 15: West Palm Beach, Florida
Sept. 16: Tampa, Florida
Sept. 22: Cleveland
Sept. 23: Chicago
Sept. 24: St. Louis