Brantley Gilbert Announces “2019 Not Like Us Tour” With Michael Ray & Lindsay Ell

Brantley Gilbert Announces “2019 Not Like Us Tour” With Michael Ray & Lindsay Ell

Brantley Gilbert announced he will hit the road this summer for his headlining 2019 Not Like Us Tour.

The tour will kick off on June 20 in Cincinnati, with future stops in Pittsburgh, St. Louis, Tampa and more. Additional dates will be announced soon.

Michael Ray and Lindsay Ell will serve as support on the tour.

“I’m trying to open things up, but keep bringing the intensity,” says Brantley. “I think Michael really gets how guys feel, and rolls into a sound that’s all his own, and Lindsay, man, the only thing better than the way she sings is the way she plays that guitar! I am really fired up to be bringing both these folks out on the road this fall, because I know they’re gonna give the BG Nation something that’s gonna lift em up, throw em down, and make them glad they got there early.”

2019 Not Like Us Tour

June 20 | Riverbend Music Center | Cincinnati, Ohio*
Aug. 22 | Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion | Bangor, Maine
Aug. 23 | Bank of New Hampshire Amp. | Gilford, New Hampshire
Aug. 24 | Xfinity Theater | Hartford, Connecticut*
Aug. 30 | Darien Lake Amphitheater | Darien Center, New York
Aug. 31 | KeyBank Pavilion | Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Sept.r 20 | Hollywood Casino Amphitheater | St. Louis, Missouri
Sept. 21 | Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center | Indianapolis, Indiana*
Sept. 27 | Daily’s Place | Jacksonville, Florida*
Sept. 28 | MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amp. | Tampa, Florida
Oct. 10 | Ameris Bank Amphitheater | Alpharetta, Georgia
Oct. 11 | PNC Music Pavilion | Charlotte, NC*

*on sale soon

photo by Curtis Hilbun, AFF-USA.com

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