After wrapping up his first headlining ‘Reason to Drink Tour’ late last year, country star Cole Swindell is ready to hit the road again in support of his forthcoming album, All Of It.
The All Of It Tour will kick-off on August 17 in St. Louis, Missouri, the same day his new record is released. That morning, he will also play a special performance a part of NBC’s Citi Concert Series on Today. The trek, which only lasts for six dates, will make stops in Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, and Ohio before wrapping up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania on August 23.
Preceding the tour, Swindell can be found playing multiple fairs and music festivals, including North Dakota’s State Fair, Utah’s Country Fan Fest, and Country Crossing Music Festival in Oregon. In between tour dates, he will play a handful of festivals like the Wisconsin State Fair, Kentucky’s Red, White, and Boom Festival, Missouri State Fair, and Ohio’s WCOL Country Jam.
All Of It follows Swindell’s 2016 record You Should Be Here and his 2014 self-titled debut. It will feature his latest single, “Love You Too Late,” along with 2018 releases “Break Up In The End,” “Somebody’s Been Drinkin’,” “The Ones Who Got Me Here,” and “Reason To Drink.” He is best-known for the 2016 tracks “Middle of a Memory” and “Flatliner,” featuring Dierks Bentley.
“I’ve lived a little longer now and been through things – I’ve learned that it’s okay to have a song that isn’t a party song or an uptempo song,” Swindell told Taste of Country about his new album. “Now that I have people’s attention, I can release songs like ‘You Should Be Here’ and ‘Break Up in the End’ and show people that there’s a different side. I’m thankful that I get to release songs that mean stuff to people.”
Check out Swindell’s tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to a show this year.
Cole Swindell ‘All Of It’ Tour Dates 2018
August 17 – St. Louis, MO @ the Ready Room
August 19 – Rosemont, IL @ Joe’s Live
August 20 – Grand Rapids, MI @ the Intersection
August 21 – Fort Wayne, IN @ Clyde Theatre
August 22 – Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
August 23 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE