Dustin Lynch Announces Headlining Party Mode Tour

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Dustin Lynch is officially going into “Party Mode,” announcing his 17-date Party Mode Tour today. The tour will take off in New Braunfels, TX at the famed Gruene Hall on March 17 followed by a show at Billy Bob’s Texas in Forth Worth on March 18. The first leg will run through May 15 in Avila Beach, CA, and Sean Stemaly will be joining him on a majority of the dates. Lynch will take the tour through many cities he hasn’t visited since before the pandemic, and he’s looking forward to bringing the party to fans throughout the spring. 

“We’re going all over the country to markets that have been supportive of us for the past ten years,” Lynch shared with Sounds Like Nashville and other media outlets. “Last year was a year of just taking shows in the middle of nowhere where we were hoping they wouldn’t cancel, and this year we’re going back to a lot of markets that have been supportive of us that we just haven’t had a chance to get to in a while. Excited to get out there and embrace the party mode of 2022.” 

The tour is named after the lead track of Lynch’s upcoming new album, Blue In The Sky, out February 11. Lynch surprised fans with news of the album in late January following the success of his six-week No. 1, “Thinking ‘Bout You,” with MacKenzie Porter. The album features a total of 12 tracks, including previously released collaborations with Chris Lane and Riley Green. With the momentum of his latest hit propelling him, Lynch says “Party Mode” will serve as his mantra for the tour and for 2022. 

“We’re just going to embrace the hell out of ‘Party Mode’ this year,” he shared. “This is the year of celebrating, and we’re back at it the way we want to do it.” 

Party Mode Tour dates: 

March 17 — New Braunfels, TX

March 18 — Forth Worth, TX

April 1 — Columbus, OH

April 2 — Johnstown, PA

April 7 — Dubuque, IA

April 8 — St. Louis, MO

April 9 — Louisville, KY

April 21 — Pikeville, KY 

April 22 — Washington, DC

April 28 — Sioux Falls, SD

April 29 — Ralston, NE

April 30 — Stillwater, OK

May 5 — Atlanta, GA

May 6 — Birmingham, AL

May 13 — Saratoga, CA

May 14 — Sacramento, CA

May 15 — Avila Beach, CA

Tickets on sale Friday, Feb. 11 at 10 a.m. local time.

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