Tuesday, January 22, 2019 - 2:45pm

Three-time GRAMMY nominated BBR recording artist Trace Adkins’ Don’t Stop Tour 2019 begins February 9 in San Antonio, TX and continues across 39 different cities through November. Pre-sale tickets for select dates are on sale now. Fans have access early by entering their email address at to unlock the password. 

“I’m excited to get back on the road,” reflects Adkins. “I am loading up the buses and bringing my band, a new set and new music to my Don’t Stop Tour 2019 and I'm looking forward to seeing the fans again this year and feeling the energy they bring to each and every show.”
The Grand Ole Opry member will also join friend and fellow country star Blake Shelton on his Friends & Heroes 2019 Tour this February, playing alongside the Bellamy Brothers, John Anderson and Lauren Alaina.
Widely known for his humanitarian efforts through Wounded Warrior Project, the American Red Cross and USO, the Louisiana native recently partnered with Shriners Hospitals for Children for a holiday campaign to help bring patients home to their families for Christmas. The campaign featured a new rendition of the holiday classic “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” with backing vocals from Exile. The music video is available exclusively 

A multi-faceted performer, Adkins continues to find success on the silver screen in addition to the recording studio. The towering baritone recently starred in the box office smash “I Can Only Imagine” about contemporary Christian band MercyMe and will lend his voice to the character of Robert in the forthcoming “Dally & Spanky,” due out later in 2019.

February 9 – San Antonio Rodeo – San Antonio, TX*
April 4 – Bologna Performing Arts Center – Cleveland, MS*
April 5 – IP Casino – Biloxi, MS
April 6 – Oxford Performing Arts Center – Oxford, AL*
April 11 – Country Thunder – Florence, AZ*
April 12 – Peppermill Concert Hall – West Wendover, NV*
April 13 – Peppermill Concert Hall – West Wendover, NV*
April 27 – Pearl River Resort – Choctaw, MS
May 3 – Suwannee River Jam – Live Oak, FL*
May 17 – Effingham Performance Center – Effingham, IL*
May 18 – J. Scheidegger Center for the Arts – St. Louis, MO*
May 19 – Niswonger Performing Arts Center – Greeneville, TN*
May 24 – Shooting Star Casino – Mahnomen, MN
May 25 – Prairie Knights Casino & Resort – Fort Yates, ND
May 26 – Tree Town Country Music Fest – Forest City, IA*
June 13 – Hard Rock Hotel & Casino – Tulsa, OK
June 15 – Kansas Star Casino – Mulvane, KS
June 20 – The Paramount Huntington – Huntington, NY
June 21 – Penn’s Peak – Jim Thorpe, PA
June 22 – Hollywood Casino – Charles Town, WV*
June 27 – Country USA – Oshkosh, WI*
June 28 – Jack Cincinnati Casino – Cincinnati, OH
July 2 – San Diego County Fair – Del Mar, CA
July 3 – Alameda County Fair – Pleasanton, CA
July 5 – LRS Music Festival – Paulina, OR*
July 6 – Montbleu Resort Casino – Stateline, NV
July 10 – America First Event Center – Cedar City, UT
July 12 – Chumash Casino – Santa Ynez, CA
July 18 – Great Jones County Fair – Monticello, IA*
July 20 – Country Thunder – Twin Lakes, WI*
July 26 – Shawnee Bluff Vineyard – Eldon, MO*
July 27 – United Wireless Arena – Dodge City, KS
July 28 – Paramount Theater – Denver, CO
July 30 – Sweetwater County Fair – Rock Springs, WY
July 31 – Montana State Fair – Great Falls, MT
August 3 – Inn of the Mountain Gods – Mescalero, NM
August 17 – Chase County Fair – Imperial, NE
August 22 – Genesee County Fair – Mount Morris, MI*
September 10 – Spokane County Interstate Fair – Spokane, WA
September 14 – Blue Gate Theater – Shipshewana, IN
November 13 – Royal Caribbean Poll Deck – Key West, FL*

*Denotes tickets on sale already
For more information and tour dates, visit
About Trace Adkins
Towering baritone Trace Adkins has sold more than 11 million albums and charted more than 20 singles in his 25 years in Nashville, a remarkable run for one of country music’s most easily identifiable stars. With over one billion spins on Pandora (10 million per month), one million followers on Spotify and nearly 200 million plays on YouTube, the Louisiana native is back in the studio after releasing his 12th studio album, Something’s Going On, on BBR Music Group / Wheelhouse Records in 2017. A three-time GRAMMY Award nominee, Adkins has won three Academy of Country Music Awards, including the 2009 Single of the Year Award for “You’re Gonna Miss This” and Vocal Event of the Year with Blake Shelton for “Hillbilly Bone” in 2010. The Grand Ole Opry member is also an author and spokesman for the Wounded Warrior Project and The American Red Cross, for whom he raised more than $1.5 million dollars as winner of NBC’s All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. In recent years, Adkins has performed for our service members across 12 USO Tours. In his 2007 autobiography, A Personal Stand: Observations and Opinions from a Freethinking Roughneck, Adkins recounted his rise to fame, brushes with death, and battles with personal demons. Adkins has also acted in multiple films and television shows, playing a tough-as-nails biker in "The Lincoln Lawyer" (starring Matthew McConaughey), a desperate father in "Deepwater Horizon" (starring Mark Wahlberg) and a wise oracle of a tattoo artist in the family friendly film "Moms' Night Out" (starring Patricia Heaton, Sean Astin, Sarah Drew). His most recent role was that of MercyMe’s real-life manager, Brickell, in the box office smash “I Can Only Imagine.” The film was the third biggest selling movie on its opening weekend in America. For tour dates and more information, visit or on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @TraceAdkins.
Media Contacts for Trace Adkins: 
Ebie McFarland | Dana Kyle
Essential Broadcast Media, LLC |
(615) 327-3259

Jay Jones
BBR Music Group
(615) 610-2096