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Dierks Bentley Headlines Jagermeister Country Tour

11:01 AM Thursday 1/20/11 |   |

Dierks Bentley headlines this year’s Jagermeister Country Tour beginning in mid-March in Connecticut.

Joined by special guest Josh Thompson and newcomer duo Miss Willie Brown, the tour begins Wallingford, Conn, at the Toyota Presents The Oakdale Theatre and concludes May 13 in Norfolk. Stops include Atlantic City (March 19), Pittsburgh (March 20), Poughkeepsie (March 25), Los Angeles (April 1), Las Vegas (April 2), Houston (April 6), Mescalero, N.M. (April 7), North Myrtle Beach, S.C. (April 14), Boca Raton, Fla. (April 16), Sioux Falls, S.D. (April 22), Bloomington, Ill. (April 28), Akron, Ohio (May 5), Detroit (May 6) and Indianapolis (May 7).

While organizers released a list of dates and cities, no venues were mentioned in today’s announcement even though one building on the tour – Toyota Presents The Oakdale Theatre – launches general public ticket sales Jan. 21. Today’s announcement also notes that many of the dates through April 14 go on sale Jan. 28.

  • Dierks Bentley

    BamaJam Music and Arts Festival, Enterprise, Ala.
    June 3, 2010

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For more information, click here for Dierks Bentley’s website and here for Jagermesiter’s Web HQ.


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