Blake Shelton 2019 Tour
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Blake Shelton Announces 2019 Tour With John Anderson, Trace Adkins and More

Blake Shelton is hitting the road next year for his appropriately titled Friends and Heroes Tour, featuring openers John Anderson, Trace Adkins, the Bellamy Brothers and Lauren Alaina.

The first leg of the tour will kick off in February in Oklahoma and hit over a dozen cities before wrapping up in Albany, N.Y. in March.

To announce the tour, Shelton released a humorous video, featuring Alaina as a helpful bartender. Throughout the clip, Shelton encounters several youngsters unfortunately unfamiliar with the music of John Anderson and The Bellamy Brothers. He tries to educate them, but, with the help of Alaina, he realizes the best way to initiate the uninformed is to take his "friends and heroes" out on the road.

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Blake Shelton Friends and Heroes Tour Dates:

Feb. 14 — Oklahoma City, Okla. — Chesapeake Energy Arena
Feb. 15 — Kansas City, Mo. — Sprint Center
Feb. 16 — Sioux Falls, S.D. — Denny Sanford Premier Center
Feb. 21 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Feb. 22 — Buffalo, N.Y. — Keybank Center
Feb. 23 — Pittsburgh, Penn. — PPG Paints Arena
Feb. 28 — Peoria, Ill. — Peoria Civic Center
March 1 — Louisville, Ky. — KFC YUM! Center
March 2 — Evansville, Ind. — Ford Center
March 7 — Jacksonville, Fla. — Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
March 8 — Tampa, Fla. — Amalie Arena
March 9 — Sunrise, Fla. — BB&T Center
March 14 — Des Moines, Iowa — Wells Fargo Arena
March 15 — St. Paul, Minn. — Xcel Energy Center
March 16 — Green Bay, Wisc. — Resch Center
March 21-22 — Uncasville, Conn. — Mohegan Sun Arena
March 23 — Albany, N.Y. — Times Union Center

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