Award-winning country music star Vince Gill has set up a 43-date summer/fall tour with Northeast, Midwest, West Coast and Southeast legs. The 11-date mostly...

Award-winning country music star Vince Gill has set up a 43-date summer/fall tour with Northeast, Midwest, West Coast and Southeast legs. The 11-date mostly Northeast run starts on August 18 in Wellington, OH and goes through August 31 in Hampton Beach, NH. The 10 shows on the Midwest leg start September 17 in Wassau, WI and run through September 27 in Muncie, IN. The 10 concerts on the West Coast start October 21 and end on November 2 in Denver, CO. The nine show Southeastern run starts November 15 in Clearwater. FL and concludes on November 24 in Alexandria, VA.

On July 28, Gill will join his wife Amy Grant in Colorado Springs, CO for a benefit concert to kick off the 2008 US Senior Open. He also has three shows booked in Nashville, TN from January 15-17.

Gill is still promoting his two-year-old massive release, “These Days,” a 4-CD set of 43 never before released songs that he either wrote or co-wrote. It features more than 20 guest performers, including Grant, Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, Trisha Yearwood, Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Phil Everly, LeAnn Rimes, Gretchen Wilson, Michael McDonald and steel-guitar virtuoso Buddy Emmons.

Gill has sold more than 26 million albums, earned 19 Grammys and won 18 Country Music Association Awards.

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Vince Gill itinerary:
(Dates subject to change)

July 28Colorado Springs, COThe Broadmoor (with Amy Grant)
August 18Wellington, OHLorain County Fair
August 20Westbury, NYNorth Fork Theatre at Westbury
August 21Morristown, NJCommunity Theatre
August 22Chautauqua, NYChautauqua Institution Amphitheatre
August 23Highmount, NYBelleayre Mountain Ski Center
August 24Torrington, CTThe Warner Theatre
August 27Williamsport, PACommunity Arts Center
August 28Lancaster, PAAmerican Music Theater
August 29Hyannis, MACape Cod Melody Tent
August 30Cohasset, MASouth Shore Music Circus
August 31Hampton Beach, NHHampton Beach Casino Ballroom
September 17Wausau, WIGrand Theater on ArtsBlock
September 18Joliet, ILRialto Square Theatre
September 19Arnold, MORickman Auditorium
September 20Mason City, IANorth Iowa Community College
September 21Kansas City, MOMidland Theatre
September 23Ashland, KYParamount Arts Center
September 24Bloomington, INIndiana University Auditorium
September 25Wabash, INHoneywell Center
September 26Cincinnati, OHAronoff Center
September 27Muncie, INEmens Auditorium
October 21Mesa, AZMesa Arts Center
October 22Palm Desert, CAMcCallum Theatre
October 23Bakersfield, CAFox Theatre
October 24Turlock, CATurlock Community Theatre
October 25Los Angeles, CAWalt Disney Concert Hall
October 26Visalia, CAVisalia Fox Theater
October 28Escondido, CACalifornia Center of the Arts
October 29Santa Rosa, CAWells Fargo Center for The Arts
October 30Monterey, CAThe Golden State Theatre
November 1Greeley, COUnion Colony Civic Center
November 2Denver, COTemple Hoyne Buell Theatre
November 15Clearwater, FLRuth Eckerd Hall
November 16Melbourne, FLKing Center for the Performing
November 18West Palm Beach, FLRaymond F. Kravis Center
November 19Jacksonville, FLFlorida Theatre
November 20Spartanburg, SCSpartanburg Memorial Auditorium
November 21Salem, VASalem Civic Center Theatre
November 22Virginia Beach, VASandler Center for the Performing Arts
November 23-24Alexandria, VAThe Birchmere/Music Hall
December 4Manchester, NHVerizon Wireless Arena
January 15-17Nashville, TNLaura Turner Concert Hall

Last Updated on July 7, 2008 by By Bob Grossweiner & Jane Cohen