The musical a capella group Straight No Chaser are headed out on tour this fall in support of their latest record, One Shot. 

The Open Bar Tour will kick-off on October 25 in Biloxi, Mississippi, followed by gigs in cities like Austin, Tampa, Fort Myers, Atlanta, Nashville, Toledo, and Kansas City. They’ll make stops at the Overture Center in Wisconsin, Hershey Theatre in Pennsylvania, Cincinnati’s Taft Theatre, the Chicago Theatre in Illinois and San Francisco’s Davies Symphony Hall before wrapping-up with a special New Year’s Eve show at Portland’s Keller Auditorium.

One Shot dropped last November via Atlantic Records. The LP features Straight No Chaser’s take on pop and soul classics like Ricky Martin’s “Livin La Vida Loca,” Fleetwood Mac’s “Go Your Own Way,” and “James Brown’s “Papa’s Got a Brand New Bag.” The album also includes a mash-up of Boyz II Men and Montell Jordan titled “Motownphilly/This Is How We Do It.” One Shot follows their 2015 record The New Old Fashioned and their Christmas album I’ll Have Another, released in 2016. They are best-known for their renditions of “Rhythm of Love/Can’t Help Falling in Love,” “I’m Yours/Somewhere over the Rainbow,” and “Shut up and Dance.”

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Check out the group’s full round of tour dates below.

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Straight No Chaser Open Bar Tour 2019

October 25 — Biloxi, MS @  IP Casino

October 27 — Chattanooga, TN @  Tivoli Theatre

October 28— Champaign, IL @  Virginia Theatre

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October 29 — Appleton, WI @  Fox Cities Performing Arts Center

November 1 — Sioux Falls, SD @  Washington Pavilion

November 2— Prior Lake, MN @  Mystic Lake Casino

November 3— Cedar Rapids, IA @  Paramount Theatre

November 4 — Madison, WI @  Overture Center

November 8 — Austin, TX @  Bass Concert Hall

November 9 — San Antonio, TX @  Majestic Theatre

November 10— Dallas, TX @  McFarlin Auditorium

November 13— Melbourne, FL @  King Center

November 14 — Tampa, FL @  Straz Center for the Performing Arts

November 15— Fort Myers, FL @  Barbara B Mann Performing Arts Center

November 16 — Fort Lauderdale, FL @  Broward Center for the Performing Arts

November 17 — Sarasota, FL@  Van Wezel Performing Arts Center

November 20 — Atlanta, GA @  Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

November 21 — Nashville, TN@  Ryman Auditorium

November 22 — St Louis, MO @  Fox Theatre

November 23 — Cincinnati, OH @  Taft Theatre (2 Shows)

November 24 — Hershey, PA @  Hershey Theatre (2 Shows)

November 29 — New Buffalo, MI @  Four Winds Casino

November 30 — Mt Pleasant, MI @  Soaring Eagle Casino

December 1 — Louisville, KY @  Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

December 3 — Evansville, IN @  Old National Events Plaza

December 4 — Toledo, OH @  Stranahan Theatre

December 5— Columbus, OH @  Palace Theatre

December 6 — Detroit, MI @  Fox Theatre

December 7 — Indianapolis, IN @  Murat Theatre (2 Shows)

December 8— Indianapolis, IN @  Murat Theatre (2 Shows)

December 10 — Fort Wayne, IN @  Embassy Theatre

December 11— Des Moines, IA @  Civic Center

December 12— Kansas City, MO @  Arvest Bank Theatre at the Midland

December 13— Bloomington, IN @  IU Auditorium

December 14 — Chicago, IL @  Chicago Theatre (2 shows)

December 15 — Cleveland, OH @  KeyBank State Theatre (2 Shows)

December 17— Buffalo, NY @  Shea’s Performing Arts Center

December 18 — Pittsburgh, PA @  Benedum Center

December 19 — Baltimore, MD @  Modell Lyric

December 20 — Uncasville, CT @  Mohegan Sun Arena

December 21— Atlantic City, NJ @  Ocean Casino Resort

December 22 — Easton, PA @  State Theatre (2 Shows)

December 23— Everett, MA @  Encore Boston Harbor

December 27 — Reno, NV @  Grand Theatre

December 29— San Francisco, CA @  Davies Symphony Hall

December 30— Seattle, WA @  McCaw Hall

December 31— Portland, OR @  Keller Auditorium