Country music’s 2009 and 2010 Entertainer of the Year, Carrie Underwood, has established herself as the hottest ticket on the country music circuit. Underwood hit the road in March of this year, taking her Play On Tour to nearly fifty five sold-out venues across North America.
After taking a break, Underwood is back on the road with tour dates that extend into December. The forty-seven city winter leg of Play On began on September 25 in Portland, OR and will close out in Read More
Carrie Underwood made Country music history on Sunday, as she became the only female ever to twice receive the Academy of Country Music’s “Entertainer of the Year” award.
No one deserves this award more than Underwood, who just added even more dates to her already extended Play On Tour. Toronto, Vancouver, Edmonton, and Calgary have all made it onto the new schedule, as she continues to tour the U.S. and Canada through December.
Country music starlet, Carrie Underwood, recently added two Canadian dates to her already extensive “Play On” tour. She begins touring on March 11, at the Sovereign Center in Pennsylvania to promote her third album, Play On, which debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 Chart in November, 2009. The album has already sold over one million copies making it certified platinum.
Underwood’s musical success has skyrocketed since winning American Idol back in 2005. She has been inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, won multiple Grammys, and named Coutry Music Female Vocalist of the Year three times. Her first album, Some Hearts, was the most commercially successful debut ever to come from a country artist.
U.S. Tour Dates: Mar. 11 – Sovereign Center, Reading, PA Mar. 12 – Times Union Center, Albany, NY Mar. 13 – Dunkin Donuts Center, Providence, RI Mar. 15 – Cumverland County Civic Center, Portland, ME Mar. 16 – Arena At Harbor Yard, Bridgeport, CT Mar. 19 – Boardwalk Hall, Atlantic City, NJ Mar. 20 – MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods, Ledyard, CT Mar. 21 – DCU Center, Worcester, MA Mar. 26 – Sovereign Bank Arena, Trenton, NJ Mar. 27 – Mullins Center, Amherst, MA Mar. 29 – Wachovia Arena, Wilkes Barre, PA Mar. 31 – Blue Cross Arena, Rochester, NY Apr. 1 – Petersen Events Center, Pittsburgh, PA Apr. 3 – Eastern Kentucky Expo Center, Pikeville, KY Apr. 6 – Schottenstein Center, Columbus, OH Apr. 7 – Peoria Civic Center, Peoria, IL Apr. 9 – Conseco Fieldhouse, Indianapolis, IN Apr. 10 – Rockford Metro Centre, Rockford, IL Apr. 12 – Allen County Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne, IN Apr. 13 – The Dow Event Center, Saginaw, MI Apr. 14 – Jack Breslin Arena, East Lansing, MI Apr. 23 – Can Andel Arena, Grand Rapids, MI Apr. 24 – Lucas County Arena, Toledo, OH Apr. 25 – U.S. Bank Arena, Cincinnati, OH Apr. 27 – Richmond Coliseum, Richmond, VA Apr. 28 – Charleston Civic Center Coliseum, Charleston, WV Apr. 30 – Crown Coliseum, Fayetteville, NC May 1 – Colonial Center, Columbia, SC May 2 – James Brown Arena, Augusta, GA May 4 – Leon County Civic Center, Tallahassee, FL May 5 – Pensacola Civic Center, Pensacola, FL May 7 – UNO Lakefront Arena, New Orleans, LA May 8 – Cajundome, Lafayette, LA May 10 – Ford Arena, Beaumont, TX May 12 – Erwin Center, Austin, TX May 13 – American Bank Center, Corpus Christi, TX May 15 – TCC Arena, Tucson, AZ May 18 – Save Mart Center, Fresno, CA May 20 – ARCO Arena, Sacramento, CA May 21 – Reno Events Center, Reno, NV May 22 – The Orleans Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV May 29 – Everett Events Center, Everett, WA May 30 – Spokane Arena, Spokane, WA Jun. 13 – Rupp Arena, Lexington, KY Jul. 4 – Marcus Amphitheatre, Milwaukee, WI Oct. 2 – Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles, CA