Country singer Sara Evans, the 2006 Academy of Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year, kicks off her summer tour on June 28 in...

Country singer Sara Evans, the 2006 Academy of Country Music Female Vocalist of the Year, kicks off her summer tour on June 28 in Richland Center, WI and performs through September 27 in Owenton, KY. She will be playing fairs, festivals, casinos and theaters.

Evans will be promoting her “Greatest Hits” album released last October, which opened at No. 8 on The Billboard 200 and reached No. 3 on the Top Country Albums chart. Her last studio album, 2005’s platinum-selling “Real Fine Place,” topped the country albums chart and produced four hit singles: “Cheatin’,” “You’ll Always Be My Baby,” “Coalmine” and “Real Fine Place.”

On June 14, she married former University of Alabama quarterback Jay Barker, who currently works as a sports radio host.

“It was a fairy-tale wedding,” Evans said to People magazine.

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Sara Evans itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change)

June 28Richland Center, WIKrouskop Park/Star Spangled Celebration
June 29Sterling Heights, MIFreedom Hill
July 4Houston, TXEleanor Tinsley Park
July 11Craven, SASCraven Country Jamboree
July 13Merritt, BCActive Mountain Park/Merritt Mountain Music Festival
July 19Twin Lakes, WICountry Thunder Festival
July 24Grand Rapids, MIMeijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
July 25Canandaigua, NYConstellation Performing Arts Center
July 26Pittsburgh, PAPoint State Park
July 27Groton, CTNew London Submarine Base
July 31Silverton, ORThe Oregon Garden
August 1Yountville, CALincoln Theater
August 2Ventura, CAVentura County Fair
August 8Huddleston, VASmith Mountain Lake
August 9Waco, GAThomas B. Murphy Campus Conference Center
August 13Harrisonburg, VARockingham County Fairgrounds
August 15Sedalia, MOMissouri State Fair
August 16Norman, OKRiverwind Casino
August 22Norfolk, VANaval Amphibious Base
August 23Richmond, VAThe National
August 29Morton, MNJackpot Junction Casino Hotel
August 31Norfolk, NEDivots Event Center
September 4San Francisco, CANob Hill Masonic Center
September 5Murphys, CAIronstone Amphitheatre
September 6Madera, CAMadera District Fair
September 11Puyallup, WAThe Western Washington Fair
September 12Nampa, IDIdaho Center
September 14Loveland, COBudweiser Events Center
September 19Fort Myers, FLBarbara B. Mann Performing Arts Center
September 20Jacksonville, FLFlorida Theatre
September 21Melbourne, FLKing Center for the Performing Arts
September 25Saginaw, MITemple Theatre
September 26Green Bay, WIWeidner Center
September 27Owenton, KYElk Creek Winery

Last Updated on June 28, 2008 by By Bob Grossweiner & Jane Cohen