Tracy Lawrence And Gary Allan Join Forces For First-Ever Co-Headlining Tour

The highly-anticipated trek kicks off on May 18 in Lincoln, NE and wraps up on June 3 in Southaven, MS.


Ally Roden


Posted on March 20, 2023

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Country music fans are in for a treat as icons Tracy Lawrence and Gary Allan prepare to embark on their first-ever co-headlining tour!

The two-week stint will include live performances from the pair, each of which will feature some of the genre’s greatest era-defining hits from the past 30 years. Kicking off on May 18 at Pinewood Bowl Theater in Lincoln, NE, and wrapping up on June 3 at Southaven, MS’ BankPlus Amphitheater, the upcoming tour marks the first time that fans will see both Lawrence and Allan perform full sets while sharing the same stage.

“I’m really looking forward to doing these shows with Gary Allan,” Lawrence shared. “We’ve been talking every day and we’re really excited to hit the road together. What he brings to the table is unmatched and is going to elevate an already great night of music.”

“Tracy Lawrence is one of the iconic artists of the 90s Country sound,” Allan added. “It’s going to be fun to hit the road with him and hear those great songs every night.”

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See A Full List Of Tracy Lawrence And Gary Allan’s 2023 Tour Dates Below


18— Lincoln, Neb. — Pinewood Bowl Theater

19 — Chesterfield, Mo. — Chesterfield Amphitheater

26 — Waite Park, Minn. — The Ledge Amphitheater

27 — Mankato, Minn. — Vetter Stone Amphitheater

28 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa — McGrath Amphitheatre


1 — Fort Wayne, Ind. — Foellinger Theatre

2 — Louisville, Ky. — Iroquois Amphitheater

3 2023 — Southaven, Miss. — BankPlus Amphitheater

Tracy Lawrence Was Honored With The 2023 CRS Artist Humanitarian Award

Lawrence recently finished the rollout of three-part album series Hindsight 2020, a project that featured an array of new songs, as well as re-recordings of some of the chart-topper’s biggest hits. The album includes Hindsight 2020, Vol. 1: Stairway to Heaven Highway to HellHindsight 2020, Vol. 2: Price of Fame and Hindsight 2020, Vol. 3: Angelina.

Additionally, Lawrence has previously hit the stage with another country music icon this year on the heels of his new music on his stint with Clay Walker. The 5-date tour kicked off on March 9 in Shreveport, LA and made stops in Oklahoma, New England, Colorado and Arizona before wrapping up on March 18 in Prescott Valley, AZ.

In addition to his various treks and new music, the “Paint Me A Birmingham” singer recently received yet another accolade for his extensive philanthropic work through his charity Mission:Possible. The Country Radio Broadcasters (CRB) awarded Lawrence with the 2023 CRS Artist Humanitarian Award, which he received alongside Brent Michaels, the recipient of CRS’ 2023 Tom Rivers Humanitarian Award, on March 15 during CRS 2023.

When he’s not touring the country or investing time in his philanthropic endeavors, fans can catch Lawrence on “Honky Tonkin’ With Tracy Lawrence,” the singer’s award-nominated radio show, as well as his recently-launched “TL’s Road House” podcast. “TL’s Road House” brings listeners content straight from Lawrence’s tour bus and has featured guests such as HARDY, Jason Aldean, Jelly Roll and more.

Watch a recent episode of “TL’s Road House” with guest Craig Campbell below.

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Gary Allan Recently Released His Tenth Studio Album

Allan delivered his 10th studio album, Ruthless, on June 25, 2021, earning praises and marking his eighth consecutive Top 10 Country album. His critically acclaimed tour came soon after, where he took the stage to perform his outside-the-lines country hits from the past 25 years.

Gary Allan recently made an appearance on “Honky Tonkin’” and showed support for Lawrence and Mission:Possible with his set at the 17th annual MISSION:POSSIBLE Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert in 2022. The concert raised $250,000 for the event’s long-time partner, the Nashville Rescue Mission. 

Since its creation, Mission:Possible Turkey Fry and Benefit Concert has now given over 73,000 meals to the homeless throughout Middle Tennessee and raised more than $850,000 for Nashville Rescue Mission.

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