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Brooks & Dunn and Friends - Final Date on The Last Rodeo Tour to Play Nashville as a Benefit for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum

August 10 Nashville Performance Wraps the Duo’s Final Tour Together

Venues Announced for Most Shows, on Sale March 6

NashvilleTN – Superstar duo Brooks & Dunn made a special appearance today during the Country Radio Seminar in Nashville to announce that the final show on their upcoming concert trek, The Last Rodeo Tour, will be Brooks & Dunn and Friends, a benefit concert for the Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum.  Set to take place at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on August 10, with special guests to be announced, the show will mark the concert culmination of the duo’s groundbreaking 20-year career.

In sharing the news, Brooks & Dunn offered this statement: “For several years, we have tossed around ideas for the best way to make a contribution to the Museum.  We have a tremendous appreciation for the road that was traveled by the great stars that came before us.  Their long nights in station wagons with instruments strapped on the roofs built an industry that allowed us to cruise around in big tour buses.  Our last show together will certainly be a historic point in our lives and careers, and we feel it’s only right that the proceeds from this concert go to a place where all history in our business is so reverently preserved.”

“The enormity of this gesture, including the endorsement it implies and the example it sets, is something the Museum’s board and staff will contemplate with gratitude for a very long time,” said Museum Director Kyle Young.  “We are grateful to Kix and Ronnie for supporting our educational mission and for putting the Museum on the radar screen of their nation of fans.  The only word for them is magnificent!”

The Nashville show will join the majority of The Last Rodeo Tour dates going on sale March 6.  A complete list of dates and markets appears below.  Visit www.livenation.com or www.ticketmaster.com for tickets.  Fans can watch the duo’s website at www.brooks-dunn.com for all the latest tour information.

Ticket price for the Nashville show will be $25 (plus convenience fee).  The show will be produced by Brian O’Connell on behalf of Live Nation.

Alternating selected dates on The Last Rodeo Tour will be Jason Aldean (on most shows through June13), with Gary Allan on board for the remaining dates.  Tyler Dickerson will be opening throughout the tour.  Guests for the Nashville show will be announced at a later date.

The tour follows last year’s release of Brooks & Dunn’s career-spanning double-disc collection, #1s … and then some, which features 30 favorites in all, including an amazing 23 #1 hits.

(dates below on sale March 6, except as noted )

March 20*       HoustonTX                            Houston Rodeo
April 23            SacramentoCA                       SleepTrain Amphitheatre          
April 24            Mountain ViewCA                 Shoreline Amphitheatre            
April 25*          IndioCA                                 Empire Polo Grounds
April 30            SpokaneWA                          Spokane Arena                       
May 1**          TacomaWA                           TacomaDome                          
May 2***        Vancouver, BC                        General Motors Place              
May 4***        CalgaryAB                             Pengrowth Saddledome           
May 5***        EdmontonAB                         Rexall Place                             
May 6***        SaskatoonSK                         Credit Union Centre                
May 14            St Paul, MN                             Xcel Energy Center                 
May 15**        BloomingtonIL                        US Cellular Center
May 16            ColumbusOH                         Schottenstein Center                
May 21            PhoenixAZ                             Cricket Pavilion           
May 22            Albuquerque, NM                    The Pavilion                             
May 27            WichitaKS                             InTrust Bank Arena                 
May 28            TulsaOK                                BOK Center                           
May 29            DallasTX                                Superpages.com Center           
May 30*          Baton RougeLA                     Bayou Fest
June 3              CharlestonWV                       Charleston Civic Center           
June 4              CharlotteNC                          Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre
June 5              RaleighNC                             Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion
June 11**        TampaFL                               Ford Amphitheatre
June 12**        W Palm BeachFL                   Cruzan Amphitheatre
June 13            JacksonvilleFL                        Jacksonville Arena       
June 17            HersheyPA                             Giant Center
June 18            Virginia BeachVA                   Virginia Beach Amphitheater
June 19            WashingtonDC                       Jiffy Lube Live
June 25            HartfordCT                            Comcast Theatre
June 26            BostonMA                             Comcast Center
June 27            BethelNY                               Bethel Woods Pavilion
July 2*             Dauphin, MB                            Dauphin Country Fest
July 8*             Fort LoramieOH                    Country Concert at Hickory Hills Lake
July 9               ClevelandOH                         Blossom Music Center
July 10             Darien LakeNY                      Darien Lake Performing Arts Center
July 15             AtlantaGA                              Lakewood Amphitheatre
July 16             Indianapolis, IN                        Verizon Wireless Music Center
July 17*           St ClairsvilleOH                      Jamboree in the Hills
July 18             CincinnatiOH                          Riverbend Music Center
July 23*           MinotND                               North Dakota State Fair
July 24*           CheyenneWY                         Cheyenne Frontier Days
July 25**         OmahaNE                              Qwest Center
July 29             DetroitMI                               DTE Energy Music Theatre
July 30             PittsburghPA                          First Niagara Pavilion
July 31             Philadelphia, PA                       Susquehanna Bank Center
August 6**       Kansas CityMO                     Sprint Center
August 7**       St LouisMO                           Verizon Wireless Music Center
August 8**       Chicago, IL                              First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre
August 10         NashvilleTN                           Bridgestone Arena
                               
* Shows currently on sale
** On-sale date TBA
*** On sale March 5

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