Keith Urban has announced extended dates for his Graffiti U World Tour, which stretches into the fall of 2019. The shows will feature an updated production with new lighting and new music.
"I'm always looking for something a bit different when I go to see a show, especially when I see someone more than once - the set list, production, lighting, even just the vibe," Urban said in a statement. "So I decided to change it up for the summer - have some fun and do something a bit different."
The singer will hit several festivals this summer, including Lakeshake Festival in Chicago and Country Jam USA in Wisconsin.
Urban recently released his reflective song "We Were," co-written by Eric Church. Urban was named Entertainer of the Year at the 2019 ACM Awards, where he performed Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance's song "Burden."
Graffiti U World Tour Dates:
June 22 -- Chicago, Ill. -- Lakeshake Festival
July 4 -- Provo, Utah -- America's Freedom Festival at Provo
July 19 -- Brooklyn, Mich. -- International Speedway
July 20 -- Eau Claire, Wisc. -- Country Jam USA
July 26 -- Cheyenne, Wyo. -- Cheyenne Frontier Days
Aug. 1 -- Detroit Lakes, Minn. -- WE Fest
Aug. 2 -- Sioux Falls, S.D. -- Sioux Empire Fair
Aug. 3 -- Sturgis, S. D. -- Buffalo Chip Campground
Aug. 16 -- Endicott, N.Y. -- Dick's Sporting Goods Open
Aug. 31 -- Puyallup, Wash. -- Washington State Fair
Sept. 15 -- Louisville, Ken. -- Hometown Rising
Sept. 21 -- Franklin, Tenn. -- Pilgrimage Festival
Oct. 18 -- Durant, Okla. -- Choctaw Grand Theater