Little Big Town announces The Pain Killer Tour

GRAMMY award-winning country group Little Big Town—consisting of members Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Phillip Sweet and Kimberly Schlapman—will be launching The Pain Killer Tour on November 8th in Youngstown, OH. The foursome also unveiled the album cover of Pain Killer, their upcoming sixth studio release, on the band’s Instagram page. Pain Killer is set for release October 21st and features current hit single, “Day Drinking.” All tour dates except Mt. Pleasant, MI will be produced by AEG LIVE/The Messina Group.

The Pain Killer Tour will feature special guests Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne and will hit over 13 cities nationwide, wrapping in Rockford, IL on December 13th.

“We are so excited to share Pain Killer and get on the road for this tour,” said Fairchild. “Kimberly, Phillip, Jimi and I are thrilled to have such amazing openers in Brett and Brothers…we’re big fans.”

“The band is so stoked about this record that we’ve been playing new songs all summer,” added Westbrook. “We can’t wait to play the whole thing, along with our hits the fans know and love this November.”

For the very first time the band is offering their fans a unique VIP experience on The Pain Killer Tour. Choose from two limited packages including meet and greets, pre-show soundcheck, exclusive merchandise, and more.

Tour Dates:

11/8 Youngstown, OH Covelli Centre
11/9 Cincinnati, OH Bank of Kentucky Center
11/13 Roanoke, VA Salem Civic Center
11/14 Knoxville, TN Knoxville Civic Coliseum
11/15 Atlanta, GA Fox Theatre
11/20 Denver, CO 1st Bank Center
11/21 Wichita, KS Hartman Arena
11/22 Dallas, TX Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
12/4 Detroit, MI Masonic Temple Detroit
12/5 Chicago, IL Rosemont Theatre
12/6 Mt. Pleasant, MI Soaring Eagle (Brett Eldredge Only)
12/12 Rochester, MN Mayo Civic Center Arena
12/13 Rockford, IL BMO Harris Bank Center

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