Brad Paisley Extends American Saturday Night Tour into 2010

Posted by Courtney Drake on 10/08/2009

Brad Paisley has extended his highly successful American Saturday Night tour into 2010, adding 19 dates with Miranda Lambert and Justin Moore as special guests.
The tour, named after Paisley's most recent album of the same name, has added dates beginning in January 2010 and ending in March. The album debuted at No. 1 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and has produced two hit singles thus far, "Then" and "Welcome To The Future." Paisley has also been nominated seven times for the upcoming CMA Awards in November. Paisley will also co-host the awards with Carrie Underwood for the second year in a row.
Miranda Lambert, known for her redneck/rocker style, debuted her third album, Revolution, last week atop Billboard's Country Album chart. This makes her one of three artists whose first three albums all landed at the No. 1 spot upon release, joining LeAnn Rimes and Gretchen Wilson.
Meanwhile, Justin Moore is the only new artist in 2009 to have a No. 1 song with "Small Town USA." He is also the first solo artist to have a song from his/her debut album go No. 1 since Taylor Swift's "Our Song" in December 2007. He has previously toured with Trace Adkins, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Hank Williams, Jr.
American Saturday Night 2010 tour dates:
January 7          San Antonio, TX                      AT&T Center
January 8          Oklahoma City, OK                 Ford Arena
January 9          Wichita, KS                             InTrust Bank Center
January 14        Sioux City, IA                          Tyson Center
January 15        Des Moines, IA                        Wells Fargo Arena
January 16        St. Paul, MN                            Xcel Energy Center
January 21        Lexington, KY                          Rupp Arena
January 22        Columbus, OH                         Nationwide Arena
January 23        Grand Rapids, MI                    Van Andel Arena
February 4       Tupelo, MS                              Bancorp South Arena
February 5       Birmingham, AL                       BJCC Arena
February 6       Biloxi, MS                                Mississippi Coast Coliseum
February 18     Los Angeles, CA                      Staples Center
February 19     Fresno, CA                              SaveMart Center
February 20     Las Vegas, NV                        Mandalay Bay
February 21     Reno, NV                                Reno Events Center
March 4           Greenville, SC                          BiLo Center
March 5           Knoxville, TN                           Thompson-Boling Arena
March 6           Charleston, SC                         Charleston Coliseum