Craig Morgan Announces Dates and Cities for “God, Family, Country Tour”

Country music star and Army veteran Craig Morgan will kick off his “God, Family, Country Tour 2022” this fall, including a Veterans Day show Nov. 11 at Nashville’s historic Ryman Auditorium. .

Morgan plays 11 theater and auditorium dates in October and November, including the show at the Ryman, which will be Morgan’s first headliner at the famous venue.

On October 19 in Green Bay, he will be joined by country artist Ray Fulcher to open the shows. Tickets are on sale now at and all shows will comply with local COVID-19 guidelines.

“I feel like this tour has been a lifetime,” Morgan said in a press release. “Musically and personally, God, family and country are the most important things to me and I’m excited to share that in my upcoming memoir and on my tour as I and the band play fan favorite songs, cuts album updates and new songs you haven’t even heard yet.”

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Craig’s “God, Family, Country Tour 2022” will closely follow his highly anticipated personal memoir – God, Family, Country – which will be released on September 27 in partnership with Blackstone Publishing and available for pre-order HERE.

Fans can also catch Craig every Wednesday, competing on CBS’ “Beyond The Edge.” Craig is competing for Operation Finally Home, which provides mortgage-free homes and home modifications to wounded, ill and injured military veterans, first responders and their families in honor of their service and sacrifice to our country. and our community.

The tour will follow the release of his memoir, “God, Family, Country”, on September 27 on Blackstone Publishing.

Craig Morgan will soon be back on tour in the fall of 2022.

Tour dates

October 19 – Green Bay, WI II Meyer Theater

October 20 – Mason City, IA II North Iowa Community Auditorium

October 21 – Wisconsin Dells, WI II Crystal Grand Music Theater

October 22 – Des Plaines, IL II The Des Plaines Theater

October 27 – Orange Park, FL II Thrasher-Horne Center

October 28 – Imo, SC II Harbison Theater

October 29 – Bristol, TN II Cameo Theater

November 3 – Des Moines, IA II Hoyt Sherman Place

November 4 – Jackson, MI II Jackson Community College

November 5 – Tiffin, OH II Ritz Theater

November 11 – Nashville, Tennessee II Ryman Auditorium

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