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Images from the 2018 CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee

Cole Swindell Announces “All of It” Album and back to back tours

Jul 252018

Monster Energy’s country music king Cole Swindell is excited to announce his brand-new album “All of it”, as well his chance to perform it live on 2 recently announced summer tours. The 2018 “All of It” tour will travel to six cities including Pittsburg, Cleveland, St. Louis, and more where he will perform his new album along with some of his top hits such as “Break Up In the End,” "Love You Too Late," "Somebody's Been Drinkin','' "The Ones Who Got Me Here" and "Dad's Old Number."



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In addition to the “All of it” Tour, Swindell recently announced the continuation of his Reason to Drink Tour with support from Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina. The Tour will start October 4th and will remain on the road until December 14th making stops in Texas, Montana, California, Mississippi, Louisiana and many more. In a recent Instagram post made by Swindell, he shares the news, “We got another one for ya! Excited to bring The Reason to Drink… Another Tour to y’all this fall with Dustin Lynch and Lauren Alaina. We’ll see y’all out on the road.”


Cole has been warming up for these runs with his recent appearance at one of the country’s biggest and most esteemed Country Music events, CMA Fest in Nashville, Tennessee recently. Fans who missed out on both his main stage performance as well as his exclusive intimate set can catch highlights from both in our CMA Fest recap with Rick Monroe, and in the video below.



Reflecting on the new effort, Swindell explains, “I've learned that it's okay to have a song that isn't a party song or an up-tempo song. Now that I have people's attention, I can release songs like 'You Should Be Here' and 'Break Up in the End' and show people that there's a different side.” Concluding with, "I'm thankful that I get to release songs that mean stuff to people."





With Cole Swindell’s new album announced to drop on August 17th, preorder “All of It” today at and be the first to hear his newest project.


Cole Swindell's 2018 All of It Tour Dates:

Aug. 17 – St. Louis, Mo. - The Ready Room

Aug. 19 – Rosemont, Ill. - Joe's Live

Aug. 20 – Grand Rapids, Mich. - The Intersection

Aug. 21 – Fort Wayne, Ind. - Clyde Theatre

Aug. 22 – Cleveland, Ohio - House of Blues

Aug. 23 – Pittsburgh, Pa. - Stage AE


2018 Reason to Drink … Another Tour Dates:

Oct. 4 – Tuscaloosa, Ala. – Tuscaloosa Amphitheater

Oct. 5 – Simpsonville, S.C. – Heritage Park Amphitheater

Oct. 6 – Huntsville, Ala. – Von Braun Amphitheater

Oct. 11 – Wallingford, Conn. – Oakdale Theatre

Oct. 12 – Worcester, Mass. – DCU Event Center

Oct. 13 – Richmond, Va. – Richmond Coliseum

Oct. 19 – Sugar Land, Texas – Smart Financial Center

Oct. 20 – New Braunfels, Texas – White Water Amphitheater

Oct. 25 – Missoula, Mont. – Adam Center

Oct. 26 – Bozeman, Mont. – Brick Breeden Fieldhouse

Oct. 27 – Bismarck, N.D. – Bismark Events Center

Nov. 1 – San Jose, Calif. – Event Center at SJSU

Nov. 2 – Bakersfield, Calif. – Rabobank Arena

Nov. 9 – Kearney, Neb. – Viaero Event Center

Nov. 10 – Wichita, Kan. – INTRUST Bank Arena

Nov. 29 – Duluth, Ga. – Infinite Energy Arena

Nov. 30 – Jackson, Miss. – Mississippi Coliseum

Dec. 1 – Tupelo, Miss. – BancorpSouth Arena

Dec. 6 – Evansville, Ind. – Ford Center

Dec. 7 – Moline, Ill. – TaxSlayer Center

Dec. 8 – Highland Heights, Ky. – BB&T Arena

Dec. 13 – Bossier City, La. – CenturyLink Center

Dec. 14 – New Orleans, La. – Champions Square


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