Country music's most popular touring artists hit the road hard in 2022 and now the biggest touring artists are letting us know their 2023 plans. Luke Combs, Blake Shelton, Kane Brown and more are among the acts who will be filling arenas.

Here's a full list of country music tours scheduled for the year, updated with each major announcement.

Summer tours typically get announced in October or November but by then a full slate of winter tours are on the books. Las Vegas residency are more popular than ever, and two artists (Miranda Lambert and Luke Bryan) are confirmed for Sin City in 2023. All the while, artists like Carrie Underwood will just keep on trucking through the holiday season.

This list will be updated frequently to include new tours, with new dates, canceled and postponed dates all added as they become available.

See the Country Music Tours Planned for 2022 and 2023:

Ongoing:
Jake Owen's Up There Down Here Tour (Through Oct. 1)
Jon Pardi's Ain't Always the Cowboy Tour (Oct. 1)
Alan Jackson's Last Call: One More for the Road Tour (Through Oct. 8)
Brad Paisley's World Tour (Through Oct. 8)
Kelsea Ballerini's Heartfirst Tour (Through Oct. 14)
Maddie & Tae's All Song No Static Tour (Through Oct 15)
Shenandoah's 35th Anniversary Tour (Through Oct. 15)
Thomas Rhett's Bring the Bar To You Tour (Through Oct. 15)
Luke Bryan's Raised Up Right Tour (Through Oct. 28)
Jason Aldean's Rock N' Roll Cowboy Tour (Through Oct. 29)
The Judds' Final Tour (Through Oct. 29)
Keith Urban's Speed of Now Tour (Through Nov. 5)
Kip Moore's Fire On Wheels Tour (Through Nov. 12)
Walker Hayes' Glad You're Here Tour (Through Nov. 12)
Zac Brown Band, Out In the Middle Tour (Through Nov. 19)
Maren Morris' Humble Quest Tour (Through Dec. 2)
Cody Johnson & Friends Tour (Through Dec. 3)
Luke Combs' Middle of Somewhere Tour (Through Dec. 10)
Miranda Lambert's Velvet Rodeo: The Las Vegas Residency Tour (Through April 9, 2023)

Oct. 2022: 
Oct. 6: Ernest's Sucker for Small Towns Tour (Through Nov. 9)
Oct. 7: Chris Janson + Travis Tritt's Can't Miss Tour (Through Nov. 19)
Oct. 13: Reba McEntire's Reba: Live In Concert Tour (Through Nov. 19)
Oct. 15
: Carrie Underwood's Denim & Rhinestones Tour (Through March 17, 2023)
Oct. 19: Craig Morgan's God, Family, Country Tour (Through Nov. 11)

Nov. 2022: 
Nov. 26: Martina McBride's Joy of Christmas 2022 Tour (Through Dec. 18)

Dec. 2022: 
Dec. 2: Josh Turner's King Size Manger Christmas Tour (Through Dec. 17)

Feb. 2023:
Feb. 1
: Luke Bryan's Las Vegas Residency (Through April 1)
Feb. 16: Blake Shelton's Back To the Honky Tonk Tour (Through March 25)
Feb. 24: Morgan Wade's No Signs of Slowing Down Tour (Through April 16)

March 2023:
March 16
: Kane Brown's Drunk or Dreaming Tour (Through June 10)
March 25: Luke Combs World Tour (Through Oct. 19)

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