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Chris Young Adds More 2018 Dates to His ‘Losing Sleep Tour’

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Winner of Nashville Star Chris Young has been touring almost nonstop since 2016 when he embarked on his headlining I’m Coming Over Tour. Then, he joined Jason Aldean’s tour in 2017 as his opener, and with no signs of stopping, Young announced his headlining Losing Sleep Tour, which started in mid-January and was recently extended all the way through December 8.

The Losing Sleep Tour has kept several of the same opening acts through different stints of the journey. In January and February Kane Brown and Lanco opened for Young, and after a break in March, Brown, joined by Morgan Evans and Dee Jay Silver opened in April and May. When the tour kicks back off in September, Brown and Evans will still hold down the special guest slot, but in October, November and December, Evans along with Dan + Shay and Silver will take over.

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Chris Young has maintained a unique career in country music since his reality show competition win in 2006 that earned him a record deal with RCA Records Nashville. Since his victory, he’s released seven studio albums, made it onto the charts with over 20 songs and filmed 15 music videos. In 2017, he was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry by Brad Paisley after receiving his invitation from Vince Gill.

Check out Chris Young’s website for information about tickets for his new tour dates.

Complete List of Dates For the ‘Losing Sleep’ 2018 Tour:

Jan. 11 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Jan. 12 — Independence, Mo. — Silverstein Eye Centers Arena
Jan. 13 — St. Louis, Mo. — Chaifetz Arena
Jan. 18 — Highland Heights, Ky. — BB&T Arena
Jan. 19 — Grand Rapids, Mich. — Van Andel Arena
Jan. 20 — Hoffman Estates, Ill. — Sears Centre Arena
Feb. 1 — Lowell, Mass. — Tsongas Center at UMass Lowell
Feb. 2 — Bangor, Maine — Cross Insurance Center
Feb. 3 — Mashantucket, Conn. — Foxwoods Resort Casino
Feb. 8 — Pittsburgh, Pa. —Petersen Events Center
Feb. 9 — Fairfax, Va. — EagleBank Arena
Feb. 10 — Huntington, W.V. — Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Feb. 15 — Duluth, Ga.   — Infinite Energy Arena
Feb. 16 — St. Augustine, Fla.   — St. Augustine Amphitheatre
Feb. 17 — Estero, Fla. — Germain Arena
Feb. 22 — Green Bay, Wis. — Resch Center
Feb. 23 — Minneapolis, Minn. — Target Center
Feb. 24 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa — US Cellular Center
April 19 — Tuscaloosa, Ala. — Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
April 20 — Orange Beach, Ala. — the Wharf
May 3 — Columbus, Ohio — Schottenstein Center
May 4 — Toledo, Ohio — Huntington Center
May 5 — La Crosse, Wis. — La Crosse Center
May 10 — Rapid City, S.D. — Rushmore Plaza Civic Center
May 11 — Sioux Falls, S.D. — Denny Sanford Premiere Center
May 12 — Lincoln, Neb. — Pinnacle Bank Arena
May 16 — Missoula, Mont. — Adams Center
May 17 — Yakima, Wash. — Yakima Valley SunDome
May 18 — Eugene, Ore. — Matthew Knight Arena
May 19 — Tacoma, Wash. — Tacoma Dome
Sept. 13 — Las Cruces, N.M. — Pan American Center
Sept. 14 — Lubbock, Texas — United Supermarkets Arena
Sept. 15 — Tulsa, Okla. — BOK Center
Sept. 20 — Biloxi, Miss. — Miss Coast Coliseum
Sept. 21 — Tupelo, Miss. — BancorpSouth Arena
Sept. 22 — Nashville, Tenn. — Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 27 — Charleston, S.C. — Volvo Car Stadium
Sept. 28 — Greensboro, N.C. — Greensboro Coliseum
Sept. 29 — Philadelphia, Pa. — the Mann
Oct. 25 — Evansville, Ind. — Ford Center
Oct. 26 — Milwaukee, Wis. — Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center
Oct. 27 — Champaign, Ill. — State Farm Center
Nov. 1 — London, Ontario, Canada — Budweiser Gardens
Nov. 2 — Detroit, Mich. — Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 3 — Dayton, Ohio — Nutter Center
Nov. 8 — Norfolk, Va. — Constant Convocation Center
Nov. 9 — Hershey, Pa. — Giant Center
Nov. 10 — Syracuse, N.Y. — War Memorial at OnCenter
Nov. 29 — Knoxville, Tenn. — Thompson-Boling Arena
Nov. 30 — Greenville, S.C. — Bon Secours Wellness Arena
Dec. 1 — Raleigh, N.C. —PNC Arena
Dec. 6 — Baltimore, Md. — Royal Farms Arena
Dec. 7 — Uniondale, N.Y. — Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Dec. 8 — Manchester, N.H. — SNHU Arena

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