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Keith Urban Announces Tour Dates
Get Closer 2011 World Tour Will Hit 44 Cities in the U.S.
Keith Urban
Keith Urban
Photo Credit: John Mayer
Keith Urban will be performing in 44 U.S. cities during his Get Closer 2011 World Tour that launches June 16 in Mobile, Ala. The announcement was made Monday (Nov. 22).

The tour will stop in several major markets, including Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Dallas, Denver, Detroit, Los Angeles, Milwaukee, Minneapolis, Seattle, St. Louis and Washington, D.C.

"Playing live is what it's always been about for me," Urban said. "It's creating in the moment. It's the joy, the electricity, the unexpected, the passion and the unknown journey that we're all taking together. I've always felt that the best live concert experiences tap into a deep need in all of us to feel a part of something ... to belong. I'm bringing the big boom box and an arsenal of songs, and I can't wait to throw this party!"

Urban last week released a new album, Get Closer, containing his current single, "Put You in a Song." His five previous albums have been certified platinum or multi-platinum.

Opening acts will be announced at a later date. Ticket sales begin in February. For more information, visit Urban's official website. www.keithurban.net.

Here's a list of the concert dates and cities.

June 16: Mobile, Ala. (Civic Center)
June 17: Jacksonville, Fla. (Veterans Memorial Arena)
June 18: Tampa, Fla. (St. Pete Times Forum)
June 23: Columbia, S.C. (Colonial Life Arena)
June 24: Charlotte, N.C. (Time Warner Cable Arena)
June 25: Raleigh, N.C. (RBC Center)
June 29: St. Louis (Scottrade Center)
June 30: Moline, Ill. (i Wireless Center)
July 7: Hershey, Pa. (Giant Center)
July 8: Boston (TD Garden)
July 9: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun Arena)
July 14: Newark, N.J. (Prudential Center)
July 15: Philadelphia (Wells Fargo Center)
July 16: Albany, N.Y. (Times Union Arena)
July 19: Columbus, Ohio (Nationwide Arena)
July 21: Cleveland (Quicken Loans Arena)
July 22: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena)
July 23: Detroit (The Palace of Auburn Hills)
July 28: Washington (Verizon Center)
July 29: Toledo, Ohio (Huntington Center)
July 31: Fort Wayne, Ind. (Memorial Coliseum)
Aug. 4: Atlanta (Gwinnett Center)
Aug. 6: Nashville (Bridgestone Arena)
Aug. 11: Cincinnati (US Bank Arena)
Aug. 12: Knoxville, Tenn. (Thompson Boling Arena)
Aug. 13: Augusta, Ga. (James Brown Arena)
Aug. 18: Tulsa, Okla. (BOK Center)
Aug. 19: Kansas City, Mo. (Sprint Center)
Aug. 20: Omaha, Neb. (Qwest Center)
Aug. 25: Jonesboro, Ark. (ASU Convocation Center)
Aug. 26: Tupelo, Miss. (Bancorpsouth Arena)
Aug. 27: Lafayette, La. (Cajundome)
Aug. 28: Dallas (American Airlines Center)
Sept. 8: Buffalo, N.Y. (HSBC Arena)
Sept. 29: Seattle (KeyArena)
Oct. 1: San Jose, Calif. (HP Pavilion)
Oct. 2: Sacramento, Calif. (ARCO Arena)
Oct. 4: Fresno, Calif. (Save Mart Center)
Oct. 7: Glendale, Ariz. (Jobing.com Arena)
Oct. 8: Los Angeles (Staples Center)
Oct. 11: Denver (Pepsi Center)
Oct. 13: Milwaukee (Bradley Center)
Oct. 14: Chicago (Allstate Arena)
Oct. 15: Minneapolis (Target Center)
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