Chris Stapleton’s “All-American Road Show” will return this summer and fall with an extensive new run of shows, including stops at Washington State’s Gorge Amphitheatre on June 20, Atlanta’s Truist Park on July 18, Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 2 and New York’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 10. Additionally, on Aug. 29, Stapleton will make his headline debut at Chicago’s famed Wrigley Field with special guests The Highwomen, Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit and The Dirty Knobs with Mike Campbell.
Additional guests along the tour include Dwight Yoakam, Elle King, Hank Williams Jr., Kendell Marvel, Margo Price, Nikki Lane, Sheryl Crow, The Marcus King Band and Yola.
Crow and Marvel will join Stapleton on Thursday, July 23, for a show at the Darien Lake Amphitheater.
Stapleton fan club pre-sales will begin at 10 a.m. local time Tuesday, Feb. 4. For more information, visit www.stapletonfanclub.com. Public tickets for the Darien Lake concert begin at 10 a.m. Friday, Feb. 7.
Universal Music Group Nashville recording artist and three-time Grammy nominee Stapleton is an established songwriter with five No. 1 hits already under his belt, including the five-week No. 1 “Never Wanted Nothing More” recorded by Kenny Chesney, “Love’s Gonna Make it Alright” recorded by George Strait, and “Drink A Beer” recorded by Luke Bryan. As a writer for Sea Gayle Music Publishing, Stapleton has penned over 170 album cuts, including songs recorded by Adele, Tim McGraw, Brad Paisley and Dierks Bentley, and has such notable co-writers as Vince Gill, Peter Frampton and Crow among others. Additionally, Stapleton has shared the stage with such respected artists as Gill, Alison Krauss, Marty Stuart and Emmy Lou Harris.
As lead vocalist for critically acclaimed bluegrass band The SteelDrivers, Stapleton earned three Grammy nominations including Best Bluegrass Album, as well as an International Bluegrass Music Association Award for Emerging Artist of the Year. He’s won six ASCAP Awards and has contributed to the soundtracks of several feature films, including “Cars 2” and “Valentine’s Day.”