Country artists Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers are heading out on an extensive North American tour next year to support new music.

‘A Good Look’n Tour’ will kick-off next February 21 in Birmingham, Alabama. From there, the pair will visit cities across the southern U.S. like Lexington, Charlotte, Knoxville, Dallas, Austin, and Tulsa before making their way up North to stop in Denver, Portland, San Francisco, and Inglewood. They’ll also appear in New York City, Boston, Chicago, Toronto, and Minneapolis before wrapping-up in their homestate of Kentucky on May 24. Venues have not been announced at this time.

Simpson and Childers have been collaborators for a few years; Simpson co-produced Childers’ 2017 breakthrough record Purgatory with David Ferguson and produced his most recent album, 2019’s Country Squire. His latest record includes singles “House Fire” and “All Your’n.”

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Sound and Fury, Simpson’s fourth LP, dropped in September and follows 2016’s A Sailor’s Guide To Earth. Simpson is best-known for hit tracks like “Turtles All The Way Down” and “The Promise” from Metamodern Sounds In Country Music as well as “Brace For Impact (Live a Little)” and “In Bloom” from 2016’s A Sailor’s Guide to Earth.

Check out the pair’s full list of upcoming tour dates below.

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Sturgill Simpson & Tyler Childers Tour Dates 2020

February 21 — Birmingham, Alabama
February 22 — Asheville, North Carolina
February 25 — Knoxville, Tennessee
February 28 — Lexington, Kentucky
February 29 — Detroit, Michigan
March 4 — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
March 6 — Charlotte, North Carolina
March 7 — Duluth, Georgia
March 10 — North Charleston, South Carolina
March 13 — Hampton, Virginia
March 14 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
March 15-16 — Washington, D.C.
March 18 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada
March 20 — Columbus, Ohio
March 21 — St. Louis, Missouri
March 22 — Southaven, Mississippi
March 27 — Dallas, Texas
March 28 — Austin, Texas
March 29 — Sugarland, Texas
April 1 — Independence, Missouri
April 3 — Chicago, Illinois
April 4 — Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 9 — Omaha, Nebraska
April 10 — Madison, Wisconsin
April 23 — Tulsa, Oklahoma
April 25 — Denver, Colorado
April 28 — Salt Lake City, Utah
April 29 — Missoula, Montana
May 1 — Portland, Oregon
May 2 — George, Washington
May 5 — San Francisco, California
May 8 — Inglewood, California
May 15 — Boston, Massachusetts
May 16 — New York City
May 22 — Nashville, Tennessee
May 24 — Louisville, Kentucky