Mat Kearney Announces US Tour With Train

Catch Mat and Train on a major US tour this summer and fall!

Mat Kearney continues his nonstop touring in support of his latest album Young Love with a new tour supporting pop-rock kings Train, kicking off July 26th in Charlotte, NC.  Mat recently performed his new hit single “Ships in the Night” on both The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Jimmy Kimmel Live!. The song has been climbing the radio charts, currently holding the #23 spot on Hot AC and #17 at AAA.  Check out the new “Ships in the Night” video here.

Festival Appearances:
May 19 –  Addison Music and Arts Festival –  Addison, TX
Jul 1 – Taos Solar Music Festival Taos, NM

Tour dates w/ Train:
Jul 26 –  Time Warner Center Charlotte, NC
Jul 27 – Raleigh Amphitheater Raleigh, NC
Jul 28 – Concert Tours for Radio Des Moines, IA
Aug 4 – Indiana State Fair Indianapolis, IN
Aug 5 – The Woods at Dontanel Nashville, TN
Aug 7 – Meadow Brook Rochester Hills, MI
Aug 8 – PNC Pavillion at Riverbend Music Center Cincinatti, OH
Aug 11 – Ravinia Festival Highland Park, IL
Aug 12 – Ravinia Festival Highland Park, IL
Aug 14 – Zoo Amphiteatre Toledo, OH
Aug 15 – Illinois State Fair Springfield, IL
Aug 16 – Jacob’s Pavilion at Nautica Cleveland, OH
Aug 18 – Mann Center for the Performing Arts Philadelphia, PA
Aug 19 – Mohegan Sun Uncasville, CT
Aug 21 – Wolf Trap Vienna, VA
Aug 24 – Marvin Sands Performing Arts Center Canadaigua, NY
Aug 25 – Champlain Valley Exposition Essex Junction, VT
Aug 26 – Meadowbrook US Cellular Pavilion Gilford, NH
Aug 30 – MAC Center-Monmouth University West Long Branch, NJ
Aug 31 –  Tanglewood Lenox, MA
Sep 1 – Borgata Atlantic City, NJ
Sep 5 – Mizner Park Amphiteater Boca Raton, FL
Sep 6 – St. Augstine Amphiteatre St. Augustine, FL
Sep 7 – Chastain Park Amphitheater Atlanta, GA
Sep 9  – Downtown Revival Music Festival Dayton, OH
Sep 11 – Tuscaloosa Amphiteatre Tuscaloosa, AL
Sep 12 – Mud Island Amphiteatre Memphis, TN
Sep 13 – Zoo Amphitheatre Oklahoma City, OK
Sep 15 – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie Grand Prairie, TX
Sep 16 – WhiteWater Amphiteater New Braunfels, TX
Sep 19 – Red Rocks Amphiteater Morrison, CO
Sep 22 – Edgefield Portland, OR
Sep 23 – Western Washington Fair Puyallup, WA
Sep 28 – Greek Theater Berkeley, CA
Sep 29 – Nokia Theatre LA Live  Los Angeles, CA
Sep 30 – Comerica Theatre Phoenix, AZ

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