Luke Combs Announces 2020 'What You See is What You Get' Tour

Country singer Luke Combs takes the stage at the All for the Hall Benefit at The Novo, Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, in Los Angeles. The event was a fundraiser for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville, Tenn. (Photo by Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP)

Luke Combs isn't showing any signs of slowing down. The "When It Rains it Pours" singer is currently on his sold-out Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, but that won't stop him from making plans to get back on the road again in the new year. On Thursday (Sept. 19), Combs announced the What You See is What You Get Tour, which kicks off on Feb. 7, 2020 in Columbia, Missouri at the Mizzou Arena. The country star will make nine more stops before the tour wraps up on April 25 in Houston, Texas at the Toyota Center. Ashley McBryde and Drew Parker will open every show.

Combs will release his album What You See is What You Get on Nov. 8. The album is the follow-up to his 2019 EP The Prequel and features Combs' collaboration with '90s country heroes Brooks & Dunn, "1, 2 Many."

The North Carolina native was recently named one of CMT's 2019 Artists of the Year along with Carrie Underwood, Kane Brown, Dan+Shay and Thomas Rhett.

The singer recently performed with Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill and Emmylou Harris at the annual All For The Hall gala in Los Angeles, a benefit for The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum in Nashville.

Combs released his debut album This One's For You, which featured "Hurricane," "When It Rains it Pours" and "One Number Away," in 2017. The platinum-selling album stayed at the top of the Billboard country music charts for 12 weeks. The following year, Comb's released This One's For You Too, a deluxe edition of his debut album which featured new tracks, including "She Got the Best of Me" and  "Beautiful Crazy."

Luke Combs 2019 Tour Dates

September 26 -- Rogers, Ark.--Walmart AMP (SOLD OUT)

September 27 -- Bloomington, Ill.--Grossinger Motors Arena (SOLD OUT)

September 28 -- St. Paul, Minn.--Xcel Energy Center (SOLD OUT)

October 3 -- Cape Girardeau, Mo. --Show Me Center (SOLD OUT)

October 4 -- Kansas City, Mo. -- Sprint Center (SOLD OUT)

October 5 -- Des Moines, Iowa -- Wells Fargo Arena (SOLD OUT)

October 8 -- Winnipeg, MB --Bell MTS Place (SOLD OUT)

October 10 -- Saskatoon, SK --SaskTel Center (SOLD OUT)

October 11 -- Edmonton, AB --Rogers Place (SOLD OUT)

October 12 -- Calgary, AB --The Scotiabank Saddledome (SOLD OUT)

October 15 -- Missoula, MT --Adams Center (SOLD OUT)

October 16 -- Bozeman, MT -- Brick Breeden Fieldhouse  (SOLD OUT)

October 18 -- Portland, Ore. -- Moda Center (SOLD OUT)

October 19 -- Vancouver, BC -- Rogers Arena (SOLD OUT)

October 22 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- The Greek Theatre (SOLD OUT)

October 23 -- Los Angeles, Calif. --The Greek Theatre (SOLD OUT)

October 25 -- Fresno, Calif. -- Save Mart Center (SOLD OUT)

October 26 -- Sacramento, Calif. --Golden 1 Center (SOLD OUT)

October 31 -- Nampa, Idaho --Ford Idaho Center (SOLD OUT)

November 1 -- Spokane, Wash. --Spokane Arena (SOLD OUT)

November 2 -- Tacoma, Wash. --Tacoma Dome (SOLD OUT)

November 6 -- San Jose, Calif. -- SAP Center at San Jose

November 7 -- San Diego, Calif. -- Pechanga Arena San Diego (SOLD OUT)

November 8 -- Phoenix, Ariz.--Talking Stick Resort Arena (SOLD OUT)

November 15 -- Indianapolis, Ind. -- Bankers Life Fieldhouse (SOLD OUT)

November 16 -- Cleveland, Ohio --Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse (SOLD OUT)

November 21 -- Philadelphia, Pa. -- Wells Fargo Center (SOLD OUT)

November 22 -- Uncasville, CT -- Mohegan Sun Arena (SOLD OUT)

November 23 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. -- PPG Paints Arena (SOLD OUT)

December 5 -- Bossier City, La. -- CenturyLink Center (SOLD OUT)

December 6 -- Lubbock, Texas -- United Supermarkets Arena (SOLD OUT)

December 7 -- San Antonio, Texas -- AT&T Center (SOLD OUT)

December 11 -- Louisville, Ky. -- KFC Yum! Center (SOLD OUT)

December 12 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Bridgestone Arena (SOLD OUT)

December 13 -- Nashville, Tenn. -- Bridgestone Arena (SOLD OUT)

Luke Combs 2020 Tour Dates

February 7, 2020 -- Columbia, MO -- Mizzou Arena

February 8, 2020 -- Peoria, IL -- Peoria Civic Center

February 13, 2020 -- University Park, PA -- Bryce Jordan Center

February 14, 2020 -- Lexington, KY -- Rupp Arena

February 15, 2020 -- Grand Rapids, MI -- Van Andel Arena

April 18, 2020 -- Albuquerque, NM -- Isleta Amphitheater

April 19, 2020 -- Colorado Springs, CO -- Broadmoor World Arena

April 21, 2020 -- Las Cruces, NM -- Pan American Center

April 24, 2020 -- Corpus Christi, TX -- American Bank Center

April 25, 2020 -- Houston, TX -- Toyota Center

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