After an incredibly successful 2021/2022 run on the first leg of The Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour, Clint Black, his wife Lisa Hartman Black, and their 21-year-old daughter, Lily Pearl Black, will return to the road together this fall.
On Friday, July 22, the country music legend announced a second leg of The Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour. The trek will kick off on November 17 in Burnsville, MN at the Ames Center and run through next year.
After making stops in Montana, Ohio, Texas, Florida and more, the extended run, promoted by Pepper Entertainment, will wrap up in Pensacola, FL at Saenger Theatre on February 5, 2023.
“Having my family on the road is the best and the reactions have been everything we hoped they would be!” Clint Black shared.
On the first leg of the tour, Clint and his daughter Lily Pearl joined forces for an epic cover of Carrie Underwood’s “Cry Pretty,” a track from Underwood’s sixth studio album of the same name.
At the time, Lily, who donned a sparkling silver dress, put her powerhouse vocals on full display while belting out the lyrics to the chart-topping Underwood hit alongside her famous father, who was playing guitar.
Tickets for the upcoming run are on-sale now at www.clintblack.com and on Ticketmaster. VIP Packages for the tour are available for all shows. Additional tour dates will be announced in the near future.
Both legs of The Mostly Hits & The Mrs. Tour are a result of their PBS Special that began airing in June.
See a full list of tour dates below.
Nov 17 – Burnsville, MN – AMES CENTER
Nov 18 – Appleton WI – FOX CITIES PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Nov 19 – Rochester – MN MAYO CIVIC CENTER
Nov 20 – Dubuque IA – FIVE FLAGS CENTER
Dec 1 – Fort Smith AR – ARCBEST PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Dec 2 – Tulsa, OK – TULSA THEATRE
Dec 3 – Wichita, KS – ORPHEUM THEATRE
Dec 4 – Ottumwa, IA – BRIDGE VIEW CENTER
Dec 8 – Kalispell, MT – WACHHOLZ COLLEGE CENTER
Dec 9 – Helena, MT – HELENA CIVIC CENTER
Dec 10 – Billings, MT – ALBERTA BAIR THEATER
Dec 15 – Toledo, OH – STRANAHAN THEATRE
Dec 16 – Kalamazoo, MI – KALAMAZOO STATE THEATRE
Dec 17 – Evansville, IN – VICTORY THEATRE
Dec 18 – Rockford, IL – CORONADO PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
Jan 27 – San Antonio, TX – TOBIN CENTER
Jan 28 – Amarillo, TX – CIVIC CENTER AUDITORIUM
Jan 29 – Albuquerque, NM – KIVA AUDITORIUM
Feb 2 – Melbourne, FL – KING CENTER
Feb 3 – Key West, FL – Key Western Festival
Feb 5 – Pensacola, FL – SAENGER THEATRE