LANCO lines up "Hallelujah Nights" this fall, as they hit the road on first headlining trek

The GreenRoomLANCO hits the road for their first-ever headlining tour this fall, kicking off the run October 24 in Columbia, Missouri, before wrapping up in Nashville in early December.

Travis Denning, who has his first top-40 hit with “David Ashley Parker from Powder Springs,” will join the fivesome for the trek, called Hallelujah Nights.

The tour not only takes its name from LANCO’s first album, it’ll also be their first chance to showcase their debut effort from start to finish.  

“This is a brand new show we’ve put together for our fans and it will be first time we get to play Hallelujah Nights in its entirety,” lead singer Brandon Lancaster reveals.

“This year has been full of so many incredible firsts for us,” he adds, “and we’ve learned so much out on the road about ourselves and about what our people want and expect from us. We can't wait to play these songs and share their stories from front to back that represent the core of LANCO.”

This summer, the “Born to Love You” hitmakers are busy opening Dierks Bentley’s Mountain High trek with Brothers Osborne.

The first tickets for LANCO’s Hallelujah Nights Tour go on sale Tuesday, with seats becoming available to the general public on Friday. Here’s a look at the complete itinerary:

10/24 -- Columbia, MO, The Blue Note
10/25 -- Sioux Falls, SD, The District
10/26 -- Clive, IA, 7 Flags Event Center
11/1 -- Pittsburgh, PA, Stage AE
11/2 -- Stroudsburg, PA, Sherman Theater
11/3 -- Rochester, NY, Anthology
11/8 -- Chattanooga, TN, The Signal
11/9 -- North Myrtle Beach, SC, The House of Blues
11/10 -- Lake Buena Vista, FL, House of Blues
11/17 -- Cincinnati, OH, Bogart’s 
11/18 -- Cleveland, OH, House of Blues
11/30 -- Philadelphia, PA, Theatre of Living Arts
12/6 -- Atlanta, GA, Buckhead Theatre
12/7 -- Nashville, TN, Cannery Ballroom

Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Check Also

Watch now: Blake Shelton remembers how "God’s Country" stopped him in his tracks the first time he heard it

Warner NashvilleIn a preview of a new behind-the-scenes video coming on Monday, Blake Shelton talks about the first time he heard his latest hit, "God's Country." At the time, he was on his ranch in Oklahoma. "I was shocked," Blake recalls. "...