Jamey Johnson Announces Early 2018 Tour

It may be difficult to impossible to get Jamey Johnson to commit to the idea of recording and releasing new music these days as salivating fans wait for any word on when a record of fresh material might be coming from the 2-time CMA Song of the Year winner, but that has not stopped Johnson from being one of the most tireless acts out there on the road helping to keep true country music alive.

New music to support or not, you shouldn’t be surprised to see Jamey Johnson rolling through your town, and with a country band only eclipsed in size by Lyle Lovett’s large band. Folks who’ve been seeing him for years may wish a little more new music could make it into the mix, but that hasn’t stopped Johnson from being like a human jukebox, delivering one classic country song and his own hits to the delight of many.

“I don’t know what I’m going to do until I am standing there doing it,” Johnson says since he never works from a set list. “That is a freedom I have enjoyed ever since I began doing this, the ability to try something new.”

Jamey Johnson has just announced a tour spanning the southern, eastern, and middle portions of the United States into July, starting in Florida on February 22nd at the Florida Theatre in Jacksonville on February 22nd. Along the way he will make big stops at Gruene Hall in Texas, the Georgia Theatre in Athens, and appearances at Merlefest, the Crawfish Music Festival in Biloxi, and the Dam Music Festival in El Dorado, Kansas.

See the full list of dates below.

Feb. 22 – Florida Theatre – Jacksonville, FL
Feb. 23 – The Ranch – Ft. Myers, FL
Feb. 24 – Abacoa Town Center Amphitheatre – Jupiter, FL
Feb. 25 – Cocoa Riverfront Park – Cocoa, FL
March 10 – Oil Palace – Tyler, TX
March 22 – Dusty Armadillo – Rootstown, OH
March 23 – Boondocks – Springfield, IL
March 24 – 8 Seconds Saloon – Indianapolis, IN
April 12 – Jefferson Theatre – Beaumont, TX
April 13 – Gruene Hall – New Braunfels, TX
April 14 – Galveston Co. Fairgrounds – Hitchcock, TX
April 18 – Macon City Auditorium – Macon, GA
April 19 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
April 20 – Georgia Theatre – Athens, GA
April 21 – Crawfish Music Festival – Biloxi, MS
April 26 – The Tarheel – Jacksonville, NC
April 27 – MerleFest – Wilkesboro, NC
April 28 – Fredericks Outdoor – Decatur, AL
May 5 – Farm Bach 2018 – Gaston, SC
May 19 – JD Legends – Franklin, OH
June 23 – Renfro Valley – Mt. Vernon, KY
June 29 – The Shed – Maryville, TN
July 7 – A.B.A.T.E. of IA Freedom Rally – Algona, IA
July 20 – McGrath Amphitheatre – Cedar Rapids, IA
July 21 – Rollie’s – Sauk Rapids, MN
July 22 – Mayo Civic Center – Rochester, MN
July 27 – Sumtur Amphitheatre – Papillion, NE
July 28 – Dam Music Festival – El Dorado, KS
July 29 – Hoyt Herman Place – Des Moines, IA