If I had to take a guess I would bet everyone is missing concerts and festivals.  We decided to find out what Country Music artists are bringing their shows close to the Tri-State.

Earlier this week Taste of Country released a full list of tours for 2021.

Kenny Chesney is the first artist to grace us with his presence on May 15, in Nashville at Nissan Stadium.  Now, I have never been to one of his concerts but I hear they are all like one giant beach party.  His tour will actually make a total of 18 stops along the way.  Special guests on his tour include; Florida Georgia Line and Old Dominion just to name a few.

Luke Bryan will bring his Proud To Be Right Here tour to Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Friday, July 30.  Luke will bring along different musical guests all throughout his tour including; Morgan Wallen, Runaway June, and Caylee Hammack.

The queen of Country Music Reba McEntire will be back in Evansville as promised at the Ford Center on July 8th.  She was originally scheduled to play in March 2020.  Here tour is a very short one starting in Evansville on the 8th and ending on August 14th in Michagan.

Dan + Shay will bring their Arena tour back to the KFC Yum! Center on Thursday, September 23.  They were also supposed to come to Louisville in 2020.

If you bought tickets to any of the canceled shows most of the ticket venues have said they will honor those tickets or at least give a full refund.

Angel here and I don't know about anyone else but I am so ready to get back to getting all dressed up in my cute outfits and killer heels to listen to my fav country music singers.  Plus I miss date nights with my husband singing along to all our favorite songs.

Who is the first Country Music artist you want to see in concert in 2021?

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