Tanya Tucker Extends 2016 Tour With New Summer Dates

Country music icon Tanya Tucker is taking her 2016 tour up a notch with the addition of new dates to venues across the country…

Currently, Tucker is preparing for the launch of a new album while crisscrossing the country with her instantly recognizable vocal flare and legendary repertoire that includes “Texas, When I Die,” “Some Kind of Trouble,” “Two Sparrows in a Hurricane,” “Love Me Like You Used To” and many more.

Of course, no Tucker performance would be complete without her breakthrough hit, “Delta Dawn.” The Alex Harvey-written classic, which launched thirteen year old Tucker into superstardom in 1972, anchors a performance that showcases her hits as well as stories and anecdotes from her 40 year career.


May 28 Cape May, NJ – Cape May Convention Hall

June 03 Beaumont, CA – City of Beaumont Cherry Festival

June 04 Santa Clarita, CA – Santa Clarita PAC

June 09 Evansville, IN – Victory Theatre

June 10 Milwaukee, WI – Northern Lights Theatre

July 15 Branson, MO – Welk Theater

July 16 Emmetsburg, IA – Wild Rose Casino

July 29 New Braunfels, TX – River Road Icehouse

July 30 Hinton, OK – Sugar Creek Casino

Aug 11 Elma, WA – Grays Harbor County Fair

Aug 26 Biloxi, MS – Golden Nugget – Grand Ballroom

Aug 27 Lake Charles, LA – Golden Nugget – Grand Event Center

Sept. 23 Hopewell, VA – The Beacon Theatre

Sept. 24 Huntington, NY – The Paramount

Recently, the Academy of Country Music announced Tucker will be honored with the Cliffie Stone Pioneer Award during the 10th Annual ACM Honors, an evening dedicated to recognizing the special honorees on Tuesday, August 30, 2016 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. For the first time ever, ACM Honors will be produced for television by dick clark productions and broadcast at a later date on the CBS Television Network.

To keep up with Tanya Tucker, follow her on TwitterFacebookInstagramYouTube or visit tanyatucker.com.


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