Tracy Byrd to Celebrate 25 Years Since First No. 1 Hit with Massive 2019 Tour

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Tracy Byrd will hit the road for the majority of 2019 in celebration of 25 years since his first No. 1 song. In 1993, the country singer released his third single “Holdin’ Heaven.” The song would go on to reach the top of the charts later that year.

Byrd garnered several more hits with popular singles “Watermelon Crawl,” “Big Love,” “I’m From the Country,” “Drinkin’ Bone,” “The Keeper of the Stars,” and “Ten Rounds With Jose Cuervo,” which hit No. 1 in 2002.

“I am really enjoying getting back out on the road,” Tracy says in a statement. “I loved spending time off watching the kids grow, but I have missed seeing the legion of fans that we had gained over the years. I look forward to reconnecting with them on the road!”

Over the past several years, Tracy has kept his tour schedule strictly to his home state of Texas. During his 2019 trek, Tracy will perform over 40 dates across the country. The tour kicks off on Feb. 2 in Bakersfield, Calif. and runs through December. The country singer will also team up with fellow Beaumont native Mark Chesnutt for select dates. These performances will be billed as the Beaumont Boys.

Tracy Byrd 2019 Tour Dates

Feb. 2 – Bakersfield, Calif. – Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace
Feb. 4 – Fremont, Calif. – The Saddle Rack
Feb. 5 – Folsom, Calif. – Harris Center for the Arts
Feb. 6 – Modesto, Calif. – Gallo Center for the Arts
Feb. 7 – Wickenburg, Ariz. – Dell E. Webb Center for the Arts
Feb. 8 – Wickenburg, Ariz. – Dell E. Webb Center for the Arts
Feb. 9 – Roswell, N.M. – The Liberty
Feb. 15 – Vidor, Texas – Private
Feb. 16 – The Woodlands, Texas – Dosey Doe
Feb. 17 – Bossier City, La. – Diamond Jacks Casino and Hotel
Feb 21 – Tyler, Texas – Liberty Hall
Feb. 22 – Waco, Texas – Hippodrome
Feb. 23 – Arlington, Texas – Arlington Music Hall (Daytime Show)
Feb. 23 – Bay City, Texas – Matagorda Country Fair (Nighttime Show)
March 1 – Winnie, Texas – Marshfest
March 2 – Austin, Texas – Private
March 22 – Stafford, Texas – Redneck Country Club
March 23 – Boerne, Texas – Ford Of Boerne Ribbon Cutting (Daytime Show)
March 23 – Stephenville, Texas – Twisted J Live (Nighttime Show)
March 28 – Milton, Fla. – Imogene Theater
March 29 – Holiday, Fla. – The Stockyard
March 30 – Fort Meyers, Fla. – The Ranch
March 31 – Weisdale, Fla. – Orange Blossom Opry
April 5 – Charlotte, N.C. – Coyote Joe’s (Beaumont Boys show)
April 6 – Winchester, Ohio – Red Barn Convention Center
April 12 – Pocola, Okla. – Choctaw Casino
April 13 – Vinton, La. – Delta Downs
April 25 – Lebanon, Tenn. – Cahoots
April 26 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Saddle Up Saloon
April 27 – St. Charles, Ill. – Arcada Theater
May 18 – Giddings, Texas – Lee County Fair
June 1 – Fort Worth, Texas – Billy Bob’s Texas
June 12 – Kearney, Neb. – Merryman Performing Arts Center
June 14 – Karlstad, Minn. – Kickin’ Country Festival
June 28 – Spring, Texas – Big Texas
June 29 – Saldo, Texas – Johnny’s Steaks & BBQ
July 24 – Longview, Wash. – Cowlitz County Fair
July 26 – Caldwell, Idaho – Canyon Country Fair
July 29 – Great Falls, Mont. – Montana State Fair
Aug. 3 – Cambridge, Ohio – Deerasic Classic
Aug. 6 – Hermiston, Ore. – Umatilla County Fair
Aug. 7 – Tillamook , Ore. – Tillamook County Fair
Aug. 8 – Albany, Ore. – Riverfront Amphitheater
Aug. 23 – Knoxville, Tenn. – Cotton Eyed Joe
Aug. 24 – Garden City, Ga. – Garden City Bicentennial
Oct. 25 – Shipshewana, Ind. – Bluegate Theater
Dec. 14 – Stafford, Texas – Redneck Country Club
Dec. 21 – Beaumont, Texas – Jefferson Theater

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