Jake Owen Extends 2018 Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour

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Jake Owen is having so much fun on the road, he has decided to extend his 2018 Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour. The second leg will launch on Oct. 4 in Pennsylvania and run through November with stops in Virginia, South Carolina and Georgia, among other states.

Tickets for the new dates go on sale Aug. 10. The tour will feature openers David Lee Murphy (“Dust On the Bottle,” “Everything’s Gonna Be Alright”) and newcomer Morgan Wallen (“Up Down,” “The Way I Talk”).

Jake Owen extends tour

“I really do believe that life’s whatcha make it,” Jake says in a statement. “That’s actually a line from my new single ‘Down to the Honkytonk.’ I’m so pumped to announce that the second leg of the Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour will be starting this fall. I’m equally as excited about who is coming out on the road with us. David Lee Murphy is such a great guy and a writer on one of my biggest hits, ‘Anywhere with You,’ and Morgan Wallen is my label mate who just had a huge hit with FGL. It’s going to be an awesome way to wrap up such a great year.”

Jake has reason to celebrate on his tour extension as his previous single, “I Was Jack (You Were Diane),” recently hit No. 1. The song is the fastest rising single of his career. In between his tour, the singer has been in the studio working on his forthcoming album with Joey Moi, who produced Jake’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” “Alone with You,” and “Beachin.’”

Jake Owen’s Life’s Whatcha Make It Tour Dates:

Oct. 4 – Wilkes-Barre, Pa. – Mohegan Sun
Oct. 5 – Norfolk, Va. – Constant Convocation Center
Oct. 6– Charleston, S.C. – North Charleston Coliseum
Oct.11 – Salem, Va. – Salem Civic Center
Oct. 12 – Columbus, Ohio – Schottenstein Center
Oct. 18 – Indianapolis – Indiana Farmers Coliseum
Oct. 19 – St. Louis, Mo. – Chaifetz Arena
Oct. 20 – Springfield, Mo. – JQH Arena
Oct. 25 – Hoffman Estates, Ill. – Sears Centre Arena
Oct. 26 – Huntington, W.Va. – The Big Sandy Superstore Arena
Oct. 27 – Atlanta – Verizon Amphitheatre
Nov. 1 – Estero, Fla. – Germain Arena
Nov. 3 – Pensacola, Fla. – Pensacola Bay Center