Lots of opening acts, lots of Happy Endings: Old Dominion maps out a busy fall

RCA NashvilleMichael Ray, Granger Smith, Walker Hayes and High Valley will all join Old Dominion on the newest leg of their Happy Endings World Tour.

It kicks off October 27 in Roanoke, Virginia, with Canadian duo High Valley joining for most of the U.S. dates. As of now, Granger’s only on the opening concert, with Michael coming on board at the end of November. Walker will work the eight November stops in the United Kingdom.

“It’s a little hard to wrap our minds around the size of some of these venues,” lead singer Matthew Ramsey says of the headlining trek. “It suddenly feels like we're in the big league now.”

“But we feel ready and excited to bring that positive energy and the momentum we’ve built over the past few years to the stage,” he adds. “This is what we’ve been working for!”

Here’s the current itinerary for OD’s Happy Endings trek, with more dates and more info about opening acts still to come. You can find updated info at OldDominionBand.com:

10/4 -- Knoxville, TN, Civic Coliseum
10/6 -- Rochester, NY, Main Street Armory
10/11 -- Amarillo, TX, Amarillo Civic Center Auditorim
10/12 -- Las Cruces, NM, Pan American Center
10/26 -- State College, PA, Bryce Jordan Center
10/27 -- Roanoke, VA, Berglund Center
10/31 -- Dublin, Ireland, Dublin Whelans
11/1 -- Belfast, UK, Belfast Empire Music Hall
11/3 -- Liverpool, UK, O2 Academy 2
11/4 -- London, UK, O2 Shepherds Bush Empire
11/5 -- Bristol, UK, Trinity Centre
11/6 -- Manchester, UK, Manchester Academy 2
11/8 -- Birmingham, UK, O2 Institute Birmingham
11/9,10 -- Glasgow, UK, Queen Margaret Union
11/29 -- Estero, FL, Germain Arena
11/30 -- St. Augustine, FL, Amphitheatre
12/7 -- Huntington, WV, Big Sandy Superstore Arena
12/8 -- Grand Rapids, MI, Deltaplex Arena
12/13 -- Bismarck, ND, Event Center
12/14 -- Fargo, ND, Scheels Arena
12/15 -- Duluth, MN, Amsoil Arena

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