Aaron Tippin Announces 49-City Tour Kicking Off Feb. 9

Aaron Tippin Announces 49-City Tour Kicking Off Feb. 9

Known for making working-class songs like “You’ve Got to Stand for Something, “Working Man’s Ph.D.” and “Kiss This” a part of the country music landscape in the ’90s, Aaron Tippin is taking his own working-class attitude on the road in 2017.

The “As Close as I Get to Loving You” singer will crisscross the country when the tour kicks off on Feb. 9 in Airway Heights, Wash., making stops in Nashville, Tampa and Anchorage, as well as a few stops in Canada.

“Wow, looks like I’m going to be busy this year!” said Aaron in a statement. “I’m so thankful that the fans still come out and spend their hard earned money to see me. I know there’s a million other things they could be doing so it’s very humbling and much appreciated that they let me keep doing what I love. We’re going to have a blast in 2017!”

In addition to the tour, Aaron has released Aaron Tippin 25, a two-disc set of 25 songs that consists of 10 re-recorded versions of his biggest hits, as well as 15 brand-new songs, to celebrate 25 years in the business. Aaron Tippin 25 is  available at iTunes.

Aaron Tippin Tour Dates

Feb 9 / Airway Heights, Wash. / Northern Quest Casino
Feb 10 / Pendleton, Ore. / Wildhorse Resort & Casino
Feb 11 / Fort Hall, Idaho / Fort Hall Casino
Feb 17 / Hinckley, Minn. / Grand Casino Hinckley Event Center
Feb 18 /  Nashville / Grand Ole Opry
Feb 20 / Tampa, Fla. / Florida State Fair
Feb 24 / Youngsville, La. / Route 92
Feb 25 / Panama City Beach, Fla. / Panama City Beach Mardi Gras & Music Festival
March 9 / Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, Canada / Lunenbury County Lifestyle Centre
March 10/ New Glasgow, Nova Scotia, Canada / Pictou County Wellness Center
March 11 / Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada / The Centre at Casino New Brunswick
March 18 / Kissimmee, Fla. / Runaway Country
March 25 / Louisa, Va. / Louisa Arts Center
April 22 / Yorktown, Texas / 5D Steakhouse & Lounge
May 5 / Fort Myers, Fla. / The Ranch
May 6 / Live Oak, Fla. / Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park
May 12 / Bulverde, Texas / Tejas Rodeo
May 26 / Anderson, Ind. / Hoosier Park Racing Casino
May 27 / Seneca, S.C. / City of Seneca
May 29 / Victorville, Calif. / San Bernardino County Fair
June 8 / Del Mar, Calif. / San Diego County Fair
June 17 / Bowling Green, Ky. / BGWC Regional Airport
July 1 / Ninety Six, S.C. / 9th Annual South Carolina Festival of Stars
July 2 / Milner – Ga. / Rock Springs Church
July 15 / Beckley, W.Va. / Friends of Coal Auto Fair
July 21 / Herman, Minn. / Grant County Fair
Aug 5 / Cobleskill, N.Y. / Sunshine Fair
Aug 10 / Point Pleasant, W.Va. / Mason County Fair
Aug 11 / Milledgeville, Ill. / Carroll County Fair
Aug 25 / Miles City, Mont. / Eastern Montana Fair
Aug 31 / DuQuoin, Ill. / DuQuoin State Fair
Sept 1 / Philippi, W.Va. / Barbour County Fair
Sept 13 / Sioux Falls, S.D. / Jeschke Fine Arts Center
Sept 15 / Jamestown, N.D. / Jamestown Civic Center
Sept 16 / Bismarck – N.D. / Bismarck Civic Center
Sept 18 / Casper, Wy. / Casper Events Center
Sept 20 / Evanston, Wy. / Evanston High School
Sept 22 / Jackson, Ohio / Jackson Apple Festival
Sept 28 / Manteo, N.C. / Roanoke Island Festival Park
Sept 30 / McMinnville, Tenn. / Cumberland Caverns
Oct 7 / Winchester, Ohio / Red Barn Convention Center
Oct 14 / Jefferson, Iowa / Wild Rose Casino & Resorts
Oct 16 / Hiawassee, Ga. / Anderson Music Hall
Oct 20 / Kenai, AK / Kenai High School
Oct 21 / Anchorage, Alaska / William A. Egan Civic & Convention Center
Oct 22 / Fairbanks, Alaska / Carlson Center
Oct 24 / Juneau, Alaska / Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall
Oct 26 / Ketchikan, Alaska / Ketchikan High School
Oct 28 / Springfield, Ga. / Springfield Fall Festival

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