This is a really cool idea. If you're a Trace Adkins fan and want to get to know him better in a more intimate setting, then this is the tour for you.

Trace Adkins has announced his plans to embark on a unique tour this spring. The Songs & Stories Tour will visit theaters across the country and feature Trace performing some of the songs and telling some of the stories that represent his working-man roots and musical heritage. In an interview with CMT Daily Roundup, Trace said, “I’m one of those very fortunate people that my hobby turned into a career, but I was a realist all along and I knew that the odds were very long that I would be one of the fortunate people that got to do this for a living. So, I was prepared to work in an oil field for the rest of my life.” Trace says the idea for the tour was inspired by his CMT Invitation Only special where he shared stories with the audience and performed in an intimate setting. The tour launches March 8th in Des Moines, Iowa.
Trace Adkins’ Songs & Stories Tour (more to be announced)
March 8 – Des Moines, Iowa – Hoyt Sherman
March 9 – Kansas City, Missouri – Midland Theater
March 10 – Peoria, Illinois – Civic Theater
March 15 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – Riverside Theater
March 16 – Rochester, Minnesota – Mayo Civic Theater
March 17 – Grand Forks, North Dakota – Chester Fritz Auditorium
March 22 – Birmingham, Alabama – Alabama Theatre
April 12 – Ashland, Kentucky – Paramount Arts Center
April 14 – Toledo, Ohio – Stranahan Theater
April 19 – Spartanburg, South Carolina – Memorial Hall
April 20 – Charlotte, North Carolina – Ovens Auditorium
April 21 – Louisville, Kentucky – The Palace Theatre
April 25 – Denver, Colorado – Paramount Theater
April 27 – Salinas, Kansas – Stiefel Theater
April 28 – Tulsa, Oklahoma – Brady Theater
May 3 – North Charleston, South Carolina – North Charleston Performing Arts Center
May 4 – Savannah, Georgia – Mercer Theater
May 10 – Davenport, Iowa – Adler Theatre
May 11 – South Bend, Indiana – Morris PAC
May 12 – Memphis, Tennessee – Orpheum Theatre
May 17 – Atlanta, Georgia – Cobb Theater