Cody Johnson Surprises Fans with Nearly Two Dozen New Headlining Tour Dates

Cody Johnson; Photo by Gary Miller, Getty Images for iHeartRadio
Cody Johnson; Photo by Gary Miller, Getty Images for iHeartRadio
Cody Johnson; Photo by Gary Miller, Getty Images for iHeartRadio

Hot on the heels of his first-ever multi-week No.1 single, Cody Johnson is announcing a slew of new tour dates. 

The Texas native just unveiled nearly two dozen new headlining tour dates on top of his already packed touring schedule. 

Johnson’s upcoming dates include support from artists such as Randy Houser, Easton Corbin, Ian Munsick, Craig Campbell, Ashland Craft, Dillon Carmichael, Randall King, Drew Parker and more. 

Additionally, the Platinum-selling hitmaker is slated to join fellow superstar Luke Combs for a run of stadium shows:  Denver’s Empower Field at Mile High (May 21), Seattle’s Lumen Field (June 4) and Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium (July 30).  

Cody Johnson; Photo by Getty Images for CMT
Cody Johnson; Photo by Getty Images for CMT

He’s also set to Zac Brown Band at a number of shows later this summer. 

The newly-added tour dates come as Johnson’s powerful anthem, “‘Til You Can’t,” has been certified platinum by the RIAA for sales in excess of 1 million. 

In March, Johnson celebrated his first No.1 and multi-week No.1 single at mainstream country radio when “‘Til You Can’t” topped both the Mediabase Country Airplay Chart and the Billboard Country Airplay chart. 

Produced by Trent Willmon and co-written by Ben Stennis and Matthew J. Rogers, “‘Til You Can’t” is the lead single on Johnson’s latest project, Human: The Double Album.

“I chose to record ‘Til You Can’t’ first because of the positivity in the message of the song. In our world today, we could use more positivity,” Cody Johnson previously shared. “Secondly, because of how dynamic the melody was; I took it and ran with it.”

Cody Johnson made his Tonight Show debut last month with a performance of “‘Til You Can’t.” Fans flocked to the comments section and deemed the superstar “the next King of Country Music” following his performance. He also performed the song on The Kelly Clarkson Show.

Cody Johnson Rodeo; Photo by Jay Trevino
Cody Johnson Rodeo; Photo by Jay Trevino

At the 2022 CMT Music Awards, Johnson was crowned the winner of the coveted Male Video of the Year category for “‘Til You Can’t.” 

To date, “‘Til You Can’t” has raked in nearly 275 million global streams. 

See below for a full list of Cody Johnson’s upcoming tour dates: 

Cody Johnson Tour Dates

May. 19 – Rio Rancho Events Center (Rio Rancho, NM) – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick

May. 20 – Las Colonias Park Amphitheater (Grand Junction, CO) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick

May. 21 – Empower Field @ Mile High (Denver, CO) with Luke Combs  

Jun. 4 – Lumen Field (Seattle, WA) with Luke Combs 

Jun. 16 – Red Hat Amphitheater (Raleigh, NC) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick

Jun. 17 – Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre (Charlotte, NC) SOLD OUT – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick

Jun. 18 – CCNB Amp (Simpsonville, SC) – with Easton Corbin & Ian Munsick

Jun. 23 – Azura Amphitheater (Bonner Springs, KS) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft

Jun. 24 – Paycom Center (Oklahoma City, OK) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft

Jun. 25 – The Walmart AMP (Rogers, AR) with Craig Campbell & Ashland Craft 

Jul. 8 – Country Concert (Fort Loramie, OH)

Jul. 9 – Morgan County Fair (Jacksonville, IL)

Jul. 15 – Fenway Park (Boston, MA) with Zac Brown Band

Jul. 21 – Country Jam (Eau Claire, WI)

Jul. 23 – North Dakota State Fair (Minot, ND)

Jul. 28 – FirstBank Amphitheater (Franklin, TN) with Easton Corbin & Drew Parker – SOLD OUT

Jul. 29 – Von Braun Center (Huntsville, AL) with Easton Corbin & Jorden Rowe

Jul. 30 – Mercedes-Benz Stadium (Atlanta, GA) with Luke Combs 

Aug. 4 – Horseshoe Amphitheater (Midland, TX) with Chris Colston & The Powell Brothers 

Aug. 5 – Starlight Ranch (Amarillo, TX) with Jesse Raub JR & The Powell Brothers

Aug. 6 – Lea County Fairgrounds (Lovington, NM)

Aug. 11 State Fair of West Virginia a (Lewisburg, WV) with Randall King

Aug. 12 Virginia Credit Union LIVE (Richmond, VA) with Dillon Carmichael & Randall King 

Aug. 13 1st Summit Arena @Cambria County War Memorial (Johnstown, PA) with Dillon Carmichael & Randall King

Aug. 18 Citi Field (Queens, NY) with Zac Brown Band

Aug. 19 MVP Arena (Albany, NY) with Randy Houser & Drew Parker

Aug. 20 Hudson Fields (Milton, DE) with Randy Houser & Drew Parker

Aug. 26 – Concrete Street (Corpus Christi, TX)

Aug. 27 – Wolf Pen Creek Amp (College Station, TX)  

Sept. 8 – Ford Wyoming Center (Casper, WY) with Randy Houser

Sept. 9 – Summit Arena (Rapid City, SD) with Randy Houser

Sept. 10 – Swiftel Center (Brookings, SD) with Randy Houser

Sept. 15 – Mayo Clinic Event Center (Mankato, MN) with Randy Houser

Sept. 16 – Pinnacle Bank Arena (Lincoln, NE) with Randy Houser

Sept. 17 – Ozarks Amphitheater (Camdenton, MO) with Randy Houser

Sept. 23 – Cook’s Garage (Lubbock, TX with Randy Houser

Sept. 24 – Extraco Event Center (Waco, TX) with Randy Houser 

Oct. 14 – Real Life Amphitheater (San Antonio, TX) with Randy Houser

Oct. 15 – Panther Island Pavilion (Fort Worth, TX) with Randy Houser

Oct. 21- Mechanics Bank Arena (Bakersfield, CA) with Randy Houser 

Oct. 22 – Reno Event Center (Reno, NV) with Randy Houser

Oct. 27 – Extra Mile Arena (Boise, ID) with Randy Houser

Oct. 28 – Spokane Arena (Spokane, WA) with Randy Houser

Oct. 29 – Brick Breeden Fieldhouse (Bozeman, MT)

Tags from the story