Midland announces fall headlining tour

Tickets for Let It Roll dates on sale June 14th

As anticipation builds around their forthcoming album, Midland has announced their fall tour that kicks off in New York City September 17th and traverses to Australia. Tickets go on sale this Friday, June 14th at 10 am local time via MidlandOfficial.com. Spotify fans in participating markets will receive a special pre-sale code via email Wednesday, June 12th to get early access to tickets. Separately, those who have signed up for Midland’s mailing list will be emailed a promo code beginning later this morning. The Let It Roll Tour mirrors their new music’s namesake, which is set for release August 23rd on Big Machine Records.

Midland delivered the first single from Let It Roll, “Mr. Lonely,” alongside a rowdy music video starring acclaimed actor Dennis Quaid as the notorious bachelor. The track follows their debut collection, which The Washington Post named “the year’s best country album.” Spending the last two years on their Electric Rodeo Tour in addition to being on the road with acts such as George Strait, Tim McGraw, and Little Big Town, Midland effortlessly brings their studio sound to stages across the globe. The Grammy-nominated and ACM Award-winning trio has earned a reputation as a wildly satisfying live act, playing their platinum-certified No. 1 “Drinkin’ Problem” and fan favorites such as “Electric Rodeo” and “Gator Boys.”

Let It Roll 2019 Tour Dates:

September 17 | New York, NY
September 20| Oklahoma City, OK
September 25 | Honolulu, HI
September 28 | Sydney, AU*
September 29 | Brisbane, AU*
October 4 | Pokolbin, AU**
October 6 | Melbourne, AU**
October 11 | Midland, TX
October 12 | El Paso, TX
October 17 | Phoenix, AZ
October 19 | Tucson, AZ
October 24 | Clear Lake, IA
October 25 | Sioux City, IA
November 1 | Salt Lake City, UT
November 2 | Reno, NV
November 7 | Madison, WI
November 8 | Indianapolis, IN
November 9 | Fort Wayne, IN

*C2C Festival Dates
**Support for Tim McGraw

Author: Buddy Iahn

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