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BRAD PAISLEY’S H2O II: WETTER & WILDER WORLD TOUR
LAUNCHES THIS WEEKEND – JUNE 3 & 4
Virginia BeachVA & HartfordCT

Special Guests include Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann


NASHVILLETenn.  CMA Entertainer of the Year Brad Paisley not only has the #1 song on the country singles charts, “Old Alabama,” and the #1 album, This Is Country Music, on the country album chart this week but will also kick-off his H2O II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour presented by Chevy tomorrow in Virginia Beach, VA followed by Hartford, CT on Saturday. The 30 city tour includes four stadiums and an international trek that includes London’s O2 Arena, DublinStockholmOslo and more.  Special guests on the tour will be Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann.  

H2O II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour will bring back the very popular and fan favorite “Water World Plaza,” turning every city into a water festival.  Focal point in the Plaza area will be the “Water World Plaza Stage” featuring emerging new stars Edens Edge, Sunny Sweeney and Brett Eldredge and the JaneDear girls alternating show dates.  The tour extravaganza will open each day at 4:00pm with music starting at 5:00pm.  In addition to the music stage there will be multiple water-themed activities – including a Chevy H2O FLW fishing simulator, dunking booth, slip n slide, and other various water games.

Live Nation is the national tour promoter.  Log on to www.bradpaisley.com and www.livenation.com for on-sale and up to date information on H2O II: Wetter & Wilder World Tour - dates to be added.

*Paisley only shows.
**Paisley, Shelton, Niemann only
June 3                    Farm Bureau Live at VA Beach            Virginia BeachVA
June 4                    Comcast Theatre                                  HartfordCT
June 11                  Progressive Field                                  ClevelandOH
June 16                  Riverbend Music Center                       CincinnatiOH
June 17                  Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre             St. Louis, MO
June 18                  Verizon Wireless Music Center             IndianapolisIN
June 24                  Wild West Arena-Nebraskaland Days North PlatteNE**
June 25                  Tuttle Creek State Park                        ManhattanKS**
July 2                     Lavell Edwards Stadium                       Provo, UT*
July 9                     Cavendish Beach Music Festival           Cavendish, P.E.I.**
July 15                   PNC Bank Arts Center                        HolmdelNJ
July 16                   Comcast Center                                   BostonMA
July 17                   Scarborough Downs                             ScarboroughME
July 22                   Toyota Pavilion                                     ScrantonPA
July 23                   Darien Lakes PAC                               Darien LakesNY
July 30                   Pizza Hut Park                                      FriscoTX
August 4                 WE Fest                                               Detroit LakesMN**
August 6                 First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre         ChicagoIL
August 7                 Columbus Crew Stadium                      Columbus, OH
August 17               O2 Arena                                             LondonUK*
August 19               Olympia Theatre                                   Dublin, IRE*
August 24               Cirkus                                                  Stockholm, SWE*
August 26               Spektrum                                             Oslo, NOR*
August 27               Lisebergshallen                                     Goteburg, SWE*
August 28               Forum                                                  Copenhagen, DEN*
September 9           1-800-ASK-GARY Amphitheatre        TampaFL
September 10         Cruzan Amphitheatre                            West Palm Beach, FL
September 23         Susquehanna Bank Center                    PhiladelphiaPA
September 24         Jiffy Lube Live                                      WashingtonDC
September 25         Time Warner Cable Music Pavilion       Raleigh, NC

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