Tickets are selling fast for Dolly Parton’s ‘Pure & Simple Tour,’ her largest North American tour in more than 25 years. Many shows have limited tickets available and additional dates have been added through November. Tickets and VIP packages are available through Parton’s website.
“Wow, I’m flattered folks want to check out my big ticket tour! I’m so honored the fans are spending their hard-earned money just to come see our show. It sure means a lot and I can’t wait to get out there on the road and see them too,” Parton said.
Parton’s set list will include the hits her fans love along with a few new songs from her forthcoming Pure & Simple album set for release this summer. She will also be playing songs that have not been heard live for decades.
The iconic performer, entrepreneur and entertainment mogul will not only be touring the country, but she’s also executive producing Dolly Parton’s Christmas of Many Colors: Circle of Love. Coming off the phenomenal performance of last year’s holiday special and looking to recapture the enthusiasm of the nearly 16 million viewers who tuned in, Parton is teaming up with Pamela K. Long and Sam Haskell as executive producers on the NBC film. The original cast will return for the sequel: Jennifer Nettles as Avie Lee Parton, Ricky Schroder as Robert Lee Parton, Gerald McRaney as Rev. Jake Owens and Alyvia Alyn Lind as young Dolly Parton.
Until then, fans will have a chance to hear Parton’s stories behind her hits like “Coat of Many Colors” during her ‘Pure & Simple Tour.’
June 03 Greensboro Coliseum – Greensboro, N.C.
June 04 Infinite Energy Center – Duluth, Ga.
June 05 Peace Center – Greenville, S.C.
June 07 Charleston Civic Center – Charleston, W.Va.
June 08 Wolf Trap – Vienna, Va.
June 10 Hard Rock – Northfield, Ohio
June 11 Horseshoe Casino – Cincinnati, Ohio
June 12 Artpark – Lewiston, N.Y.
June 15 Mann Center – Philadelphia, Penn.
June 17 Tanglewood – Lenox, Mass.
June 18 Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion – Bangor, Maine
June 21 Wang Theatre – Boston, Mass.
June 22 Mohegan Sun Arena – Wilkes Barre, Penn.
June 25 Forest Hills Stadium – Forest Hills, N.Y.
June 26 PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, N.J.
June 28 Consol Energy Center – Pittsburgh, Penn.
July 19 US Cellular Center – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
July 20 Grand Casino Hinckley – Hinckley, Minn.
July 22 Denny Sanford Premier Center – Sioux Falls, S.D.
July 23 Deadwood Mountain – Deadwood, S.D.
July 26 UCCU Center – Orem, Utah
July 27 Red Rocks Amphitheater – Denver, Colo.
July 29 Sprint Center – Kansas City, Mo.
Aug. 02 Ohio State Fair – Columbus, Ohio
Aug. 03 Allen County War Memorial Coliseum – Fort Wayne, Ind.
Aug. 04 Windsor, ON – Caesar’s Windsor
Aug. 06 Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, Mich.
Aug. 07 Ravinia Festival – Highland Park, Ill.
Aug. 10 Ford Center – Evansville, Ind.
Sept. 09 Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – Toronto, ON, Canada
Sept. 13 Mosaic Place – Moose Jaw, SK, Canada
Sept. 16 Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB, Canada
Sept. 17 Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB, Canada
Sept. 19 Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC, Canada
Sept. 21 ShoWare Center – Kent, Wash.
Sept. 22 Northern Quest Casino – Airway Heights, Wash.
Sept. 24 Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, Calif.
Sept. 25 Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, Calif.
Sept. 27 Valley View Casino – San Diego, Calif.
Sept. 28 Vina Robles Amphitheatre – Paso Robles, Calif.
Sept. 30 Laughlin Amphitheatre – Laughlin, Nev.
Oct. 01 Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, Calif.
Oct. 02 Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, Calif.
Nov. 15 Pigeon Forge Convention Center – Pigeon Forge, Tenn.