As "Seasons Change," Scotty McCreery’s hitting the road for a fall/winter tour

Triple Tigers RecordsScotty McCreery will kick off his Seasons Change Tour in late fall, hitting the road the week after Thanksgiving on a trek that will stretch into January of 2019.

Newcomer Jimmie Allen, who has his first top-30 hit right now with “Best Shot,” will open the shows, along with singer/songwriter Heather Morgan. Heather’s already co-written the number ones “Lose My Mind” and “Beat of the Music” for Brett Eldredge.

The tour takes its name from Scotty’s new Seasons Change album, which includes his #1 hit, “Five More Minutes,” as well as the current single, “This Is It.”

Pre-sales start on Monday, with tickets becoming available to the general public on Friday, August 24.

Here’s a look at the complete itinerary for Scotty McCreery’s Season Change Tour: 

11/29 -- Dallas, TX, House of Blues
11/30 -- San Antonio, TX Aztec Theatre
12/1 -- Houston, TX, House of Blues
12/7 -- St. Paul, MN, Myth Live
12/8 -- Indianapolis, IN, Egyptian Room
12/9 -- Chicago, IL, House of Blues
12/13 -- Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s
12/15 -- Grand Rapids, MI, 20 Monroe Live
1/17 -- Atlanta, GA, Buckhead Theatre
1/18 -- Charlotte, NC, Fillmore
1/19 -- Raleigh, NC, The Ritz
1/25 -- Boston, MA, House of Blues
1/26 -- Westbury, NY, NYCB Theatre at Westbury

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