Michael Ray continues trying to "Get to You" on tour

Warner NashvilleMichael Ray is keeping the Get to You Tour going, extending the trek for a third leg that starts March 22 at the Majestic Theatre in Madison, Wisconsin.

Along the way, the Florida native will hit Indianapolis, San Diego and Chicago, before wrapping May 3 in Virginia Beach. You can check out Michael’s full schedule on his website, including his current dates on Old Dominion’s Happy Endings Tour.

“I’ve been looking forward to getting back out on the road to share my new live show with our fans, and also to keep helping shelter animals across the country with Wrigley Cares,” Michael says in a statement.

Michael’s Wrigley Cares program is named for the rescue dog he adopted last summer in Chicago. At all the stops on the Get to You Tour, fans can donate supplies to help local shelters. On the first leg of the tour alone, Michael was able to provide more than 100,000 meals for animals in need.

Meanwhile, the trek’s namesake tune has just made its way into country’s top 25. “Get to You” is the lead single from Michael’s sophomore album, which is expected sometime this year.

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