This Jamey Johnson “What A View” Tour Looks Killer


Let’s face it. What many Jamey Johnson fans really want is the announcement of a new album. But in lieu of that, they’ll settle for a mess of new tour dates, especially with the roster of openers Jamey Johnson has lined up. Called the “What a View” tour and focusing mostly on the eastern and Midwest part of the United States (for now), it’s the opportunity to see one of country music’s most staunch flamekeepers.

Joining Jamey Johnson for runs of shows will be some pretty big flamekeepers of their own. Speaking of hoping for a new album, 2nd generation singing marvel Ben Haggard will be joining Jamey for numerous shows. So will Outlaw revivalists Whitey Morgan and the 78’s. Charles Wesley Godwin will also join Jamey for a show in Tupelo, Mississippi, with Southall and Drake White also lined up to open select shows.

These days Jamey Johnson heads one of the largest country bands in existence, with backup singers, horn sections, multiple lead guitar players, and of course steel guitar player “Cowboy” Eddie Long.

And those hoping for new music may also get their wish sooner than later. Johnson reportedly spent time in 2023 writing songs in a dedicated manner for the first time in a while. The name of the tour “What A View” is the title to one of the new songs he came up with, and that will be featured on the tour.

Pre-Sales begin April 17th at 10AM Local. On-Sale April 19 beginning at 10AM Local. Password: WHATAVIEW. Tickets can be purchased at jameyjohnson.com/tour.

This story has been updated.



Jamey Johnson “What A View” 2024 Tour Dates

June 20 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre *
June 21 – Pinellas Park, FL – England Brothers Bandshell Park *
June 22 – Apopka, FL – Apopka Amphitheater *
June 23 – Jupiter, FL – Abacoa Town Center Amphitheatre *
June 27 – Brandon, MS – Brandon Amphitheater *
June 28 – Franklin, TN – Firstbank Amphitheater ^
June 29 – Petros, TN – Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary +
July 10 – Asbury Park, NJ – Stone Pony Summer Stage *
July 11 – Mashantucket, CT – Premier Theater at Foxwoods Resort and Casino *
July 12 – Doswell, VA – The Meadow Event Park *
July 13 – Charles Town, WV – The Event Center at Hollywood Casino *
July 16 – Lewiston, NY – Artpark Amphitheater *
July 18 – Sterling Heights, MI – Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre ^
July 19 – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE ^
July 20 – Indianapolis, IN – Everwise Amphitheater ^
July 25 – Milwaukee, WI – The Rave ^
July 26 – Rosemont, IL – Rosemont Theatre ^
July 27 – Beaver Dam, KY – Beaver Dam Amphitheatre ^
July 30 – Greensboro, NC – White Oak Amphitheatre =
August 1 – Raleigh, NC – Red Hat Amphitheater =
August 2 – Charlotte, NC – Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre =
August 3 – Columbus, OH – Celecte Center =
August 16 – Johnson City, TN – Freedom Hall Civic Center *
August 17 – Chattanooga, TN – Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium *
August 18 – Tupelo, MS – Cadence Bank Arena #
August 23 – Des Moines, IA – Lauridsen Amphitheater +
August 24 – Camdenton, MO – Ozarks Amphitheatre
August 25 – Kansas City, MO – Grinders KC
August 31 – Albertville, AL – Sand Mountain Amphitheater +
September 7 – Manteo, NC – Roanoke Island Festival Park +
September 12 – Allegan, MI – Allegan County Fair +
September 13 – Cincinnati, OH – PNC Pavilion +
September 15 – Chesterfield, MO – Chesterfield Amphitheatre
September 20 – Cherokee, NC – Harrah’s Cherokee Event Center
September 21 – Cherokee, NC – Harrah’s Cherokee Event Center
September 26 – Norman, OK – Riverwind Casino
September 27 – Durant, OK – Choctaw Casino =
October 3 – El Dorado, AR – Mad Amphitheatre
October 5 – Gautier, MS – The Sound Amphitheater

* Ben Haggard
+ Whitey Morgan and the 78’s
# Charles Wesley Godwin
^ Drake White
= Southall

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