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Scotty McCreery Announces 2018-2019 'Seasons Change' Tour

Scotty McCreery, who's currently already on tour, is tacking on a series of dates that will run into 2019 to support his well-received fourth studio album, Seasons Change. "Even though I'm always performing on the road, I really wanted to put together a specific tour surrounding Seasons Change because it is my favorite and most personal project yet," McCreery said in a statement.

Seasons Change has also been McCreery's most successful album to date. After being dropped from Mercury Nashville, McCreery had to act fast to make a comeback. The American Idol winner signed to Triple Tigers and released Seasons Change along with the single "Five More Minutes," which hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay chart and earned him his first certified Platinum song.

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McCreery isn't hitting the road alone on the new, celebratory leg of the tour. He'll be joined by two dynamic openers. "I am so excited to bring Jimmie Allen and Heather Morgan out with me. They are such talented singer/songwriters and I know the fans are going to love them," he said.

Catch McCreery while he's riding the wave of a wonderful year of releasing hit songs, getting married to his high school sweetheart and even making an appearance on Celebrity Family Feud. Tickets for the new Seasons Change tour dates go on sale August 24 at 10:00 a.m. Many dates offer a presale for fan club members and Citibank cardholders.

Scotty McCreery, 2018-2019 Seasons Change Tour Dates:

Nov. 29 — Dallas, Texas — House of Blues
Nov. 30 — San Antonio, Texas — Aztec Theatre
Dec. 1 — Houston, Texas — House of Blues *+
Dec. 7 — St. Paul, Minn. — Myth Live
Dec. 8 — Indianapolis, Ind. — Egyptian Room *
Dec. 9 — Chicago, Ill. — House of Blues
Dec. 13 — Cincinnati, Ohio — Bogart's
Dec. 15 — Grand Rapids, Mich. — 20 Monroe Live
Jan. 17 — Atlanta, Ga. — Buckhead Theatre
Jan. 18 — Charlotte, N.C. — Fillmore
Jan. 19 — Raleigh, N.C. — The Ritz
Jan. 25 - Boston, Mass. — House of Blues
Jan. 26 - Westbury, N.Y. — NYCB Theatre at Westbury

* without Jimmie Allen
+ with Mike Ryan

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