Chris Young Announces ‘I’m Comin’ Over’ Fall Tour Dates
After sharing the marquee with Lee Brice on a joint tour earlier this year, Chris Young is plotting his own headlining trek for fall. The I’m Comin’ Over tour, named after the singer’s upcoming fifth studio album, kicks off October 22nd in Savannah, Georgia, hitting 14 cities before wrapping December 5th in Green Bay, Wisconsin. “She Don’t Love You” singer Eric Paslay and country newcomer/guitar-shredder Clare Dunn will open shows in each city.
The title track to I’m Comin’ Over is making one of the quickest ascents up the country charts that Young has seen in a decade. It’s also one of the sexiest songs of his repertoire, following lyrical suit with tunes like “Gettin’ You Home (The Black Dress Song)” and “You.”
“We loved this song from the first day we wrote it, with Josh Hoge. We wrote most of the album together and had so much fun writing and creating,” the 30-year-old musician tells Rolling Stone Country. “It’s the perfect sonic bridge between the last record and what this one is going to sound like, and we just crossed our fingers and went with it.”
Young goes on to describe the LP, which he co-produced with Corey Crowder, as a “natural progression” from his last album, A.M. — mixing the traditional country sound for which he’s known with a bit of new sonic territory. The project includes vocal collaborations with Vince Gill and Cassadee Pope.
Tickets for Young’s I’m Comin’ Over tour go on sale this Friday, August 14th at aeglive.com and ChrisYoungCountry.com.
Chris Young’s I’m Comin’ Over Tour Dates:
October 22nd — Savannah, Georgia
October 23rd — Alpharetta, GA
October 24th — Chattanooga, Tennessee
October 29th — Reading, Pennsylvania
October 30th — Erie, Pennsylvania
October 31st — Huntington, West Virginia
November 13th — Muncie, Indiana
November 14th — Kalamazoo, Michigan
November 19th — Broomfield, Colorado
November 20th — Billings, Montana
November 21st — Bismarck, North Dakota
December 3rd — Duluth, Minnesota
December 4th — Rochester, Minnesota
December 5th — Green Bay, Wisconsin