If you just can’t get enough of Blake Shelton, you’ll love hearing he is heading out on tour next year. The country music singer just announced the dates for his upcoming tour and the cities he will visit.
The tour, titled “The Country Music Freaks Tour,” kicks off in February. Carly Pearce, Trace Adkins and Brett Eldridge will join him for the tour, according to Rolling Stone. The crew are planning 14 stops on the tour and start out in Shelton’s home state of Oklahoma.
In a press release, Shelton talked about his excitement regarding the tour.
“The main thing that I look forward to these days, and, honestly, I always have, is my live performances. And even though I’m the first to say that too much time on the road can wear me down, too much time away from the road can break my heart. It’s been a while, and I cannot wait to get out there! I think this is going to be my greatest tour yet.”
Along with celebrating a new tour, Shelton is gearing up to release his latest album this week. “Texoma Shore” comes out on Friday. It includes the already popular tune “I’ll Name the Dogs.” We will probably hear it at every single wedding in the coming year.
Naturally, Shelton has a lot of things going on to keep him away from the road, which is one reason he hasn’t toured in a while. For example, he’s always busy filming for “The Voice” where he stars as one of four judges.
But, somehow in the midst of a busy schedule, Shelton’s managed to create a brand-new album with some really exciting music on it. We can’t wait to see how the rest of the album turned out and to catch him on tour. Check out his full tour schedule, here.