Big & Rich Are Bringing Their Must See Show To Audiences Nationwide

Big & Rich, who just scored back-to-back Top 10 Country singles with “Look at You” and “Run Away With You,” will bring their must-see show to audiences nationwide as they embark on a summer tour in support of their latest single, “Lovin’ Lately” featuring Tim McGraw.

“Lovin’ Lately” is racing up the charts after the country duo released their Top 10 Billboard Country album “Gravity“.

The tour will showcase cuts from “Gravity, which propelled the larger than life pair to new heights since its release. Fans will get a chance to hear new songs, along with signature hits like “Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)” and the No. 1 smash, “Lost in this Moment.”

Concert goers will get an up close and personal experience as the chart toppers bring their unique style and sound to their dedicated fans (see list of dates below). The next stop on the tour will bring the chart-toppers to Live Oak, Florida for the Suwanee River Jam.

Big & Rich On Tour:

Apr 29 – Live Oak, Fla. – Suwannee River Jam

Apr 30 – Lincoln, Ala. – Talladega Super Speedway

May 14 – Atlanta, Ga. – Wolf Creek Amphitheater

May 30 – Nashville, Tenn. – Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater

Jun 05 – Virginia Beach, Va. – Patriotic Festival

Jun 10 – Mountain Dale, N.Y. – Taste of Country Festival

Jun 11 – Winsted, Minn. – Winstock Country Music

Jun 18 – Grand Junction, Colo. – Country Jam

Jun 25 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Lincoln Financial Field

Jul 08 – Fort Loramie, Ohio – Country Concert at Hickory Hill Lakes

Jul 17 – Brooklyn, Mich. – Faster Horses Festival

Jul 23 – Columbus, Ga. – Columbus Civic Center

Aug 13 – Papillion, Neb. – Werner Park

Aug 17 – Spokane, Wash. – Northern Quest Resort & Casino

Big & Rich will be rocking festivals, amphitheaters, casinos and more. One highlight throughout the tour is a special Memorial Day performance, as Love’s Travel Stops presents Camp NASH sponsored by Nationwide Express. Other artists performing at the event include Thompson Square, Parmalee, Chuck Wicks, RaeLynn and Breaking Southwest for the event benefiting The Special Forces Charitable Trust.

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