George Strait and Chris Stapleton have announced plans to team up for a six-show run in U.S. stadiums in the summer of 2023. Strait, long billed as the “King of Country” and Stapleton, one of the leading stars of the current generation of performers, will be joined by Little Big Town on the touring run, which has tickets on sale beginning this week.

“When I walk through those curtains and see those smiling faces, my feet don’t touch the ground again ’til I walk back out and get on that bus that got me there. That’s from a song I wrote called ‘I’ll Always Remember You.’ It’s a true statement,” Strait told Billboard. “When we talked about doing these six shows next year with Chris, it was a no brainer for me. I was all in.”

“I love doing these shows with George about as much as I like doing anything. There’s nothing to compare it to,” adds Stapleton. “So many of his songs are in the ethos of what country music is. Playing these shows together is a great experience all the way around.”

The tour launches with a May 6 show at State Farm Stadium in Arizona, continuing at American Family Field in Milwaukee (June 3), Lumen Field in Seattle (June 17), Empower Field at Mile High (June 24), and then closing out with a July 29 show at Nissan Stadium in Nashville and final performance at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium.

Tickets are on sale beginning this week, with a presale open to American Express cardmembers beginning on Wednesday, October 26. Tickets are on sale to the general public beginning on Friday, November 4. Links to ticket purchase options and the full touring schedule as currently announced are below:

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George Strait and Chris Stapleton Tour Dates

May 6 – Glendale, Ariz. | State Farm Stadium
June 3 – Milwaukee, Wisc. | American Family Field
June 17 – Seattle, Wash. | Lumen Field
June 24 – Denver, Colo. | Empower Field at Mile High Stadium
July 29 – Nashville, Tenn. | Nissan Stadium
Aug. 5 – Tampa, Fla. | Raymond James Stadium