Grammy®, CMA and ACM Award-Winning Country Group Shenandoah Joins Star-Studded Lineup to Kick Off CMA Fest Nightly Shows With Darius Rucker, Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean and Keith Urban Nissan Stadium June 9, 2022
Also Set to Perform on CMA Fest Vibes Stage June 9 as the "Country Comeback Tour" With Billy Dean And Wade Hayes
35th Anniversary Tour Expands With New Shows Added
Nashville, TN (June 3, ’22)....Iconic 8 Track Entertainment country stars, Shenandoah, will kick off CMA Fest’s nightly shows at Nissan Stadium on Thursday, June 9, 2022 at 7:45 p.m joining the previously announced star-studded line up of artists including Darius Rucker, Zac Brown Band, Jason Aldean and Keith Urban. The band will also perform on CMA Fest’s Vibes Stage with Billy Dean and Wade Hayes earlier in the day on June 9 at 11:45 a.m. as the "Country Comeback Tour" with Billy Dean And Wade Hayes. Following their CMA Fest performances, Shenandoah continues their 35th Anniversary Tour which has just been expanded to include a slew of new dates. "The excitement of the last couple of months has been off the chain, " remarked Shenandoah's Marty Raybon. "We signed with 8 Track Entertainment and received word that we're part of the CMA's lineup at Nissan Stadium for the big shindig on Thursday, June 9. There's new music in the works and the 'Country Comeback Tour' with Billy Dean and Wade Hayes that we'll debut at CMA Fest this year. We have a lot to be thankful for and are grateful for the Lord's favor." The legendary country group began touring again in mid-April as the live touring business returned following pandemic shutdowns. Enthusiastic fans have flocked to see Shenandoah on the 35th Anniversary Tour to hear them play hit after hit at jam-packed shows in every city. Additional tour stops added to the 50+ dates schedule are included below. Shenandoah has been in the studio recording new music which will be released via 8 Track Entertainment later this year. 35th Anniversary Tour Dates: June 04 - Ft. Worth, TX, Billy Bobs June 09 - Nashville, TN, CMA Fest - Nissan Stadium June 09 - Nashville, TN, CMA Fest - Ascend Park * June 11 - Nevada, MO, Bushwacker Days June 14 - Eminence, MO, Gardiner Farms June 16 - Cedar Park, TX, Haute Spot June 17 - Stockdale, TX, Watermelon Jubilee June 24 - Chipley, FL, Street Festival July 02 - Van Alstyne, TX, Downtown Stage July 03 - Alvarado, TX, City Festival July 04 - Albuquerque, NM, Freedom Fest July 09 - New Salem, ND, Morton County Fairgrounds July 14 - Tuscumbia, AL, Jimmy Gardiner July 15 - Crete, NE, Saline Co. Fair July 16 - Watertown, MN, Rib Fest, July 21 - Colorado Springs, CO, Boot Barn Hall July 22 - McCook, NE, Red Willow County Fairgrounds July 23 - Hannibal, MO, BBQ Festival July 28 - Rainsville, AL, NACC, July 29 - Cookeville, TN, Dogwood Park Aug. 05 - McMinnville, OR, Yamhill County Fair Aug. 06 - Junction City, OR, Five Fourteen Winery Aug. 07 - Junction City, OR, Five Fourteen Winery Aug. 10 - Sioux Falls, SD, Sioux Empire Fair* Aug. 13 - Hot Springs, AR, Magic Springs Aug. 19 - Monroeville, IN, St. Rose Catholic School Aug. 20 - Two Harbors, MN, TBD Aug. 26 - Gray, TN, Appilation Fair Aug. 27 - Franklin, GA, Heard County Performing Arts Center Aug. 30 - Hamilton, MT, Ravalli County Fairgrounds Aug. 31 - Jackson Hole, WY, Cowboy Bar Sept. 01 - Great Falls, MT, Icehouse Sept. 09 - Granger, TX, Cotton Club Sept. 10 - Buda, TX, Buck's Backyard Sept. 16 - Clay, WV, Clay Golden Delicious Festival Sept. 17 - Cowan, TNa, Fall Heritage Fest Sept. 23 - Delhart, TX, La Rita Performing Arts Centre Sept. 24 - Alto, NM, Private Event Sept. 30 - Rosenburg, TX, Ft. Bend Co Fair Oct. 01 - Robstown, TX, Richard Borchard Fairgrounds Oct. 07 - Gainsville, TN, Jackson Co. Airport Oct. 08 - El Dorado, AR, Music Fest Oct. 09 - Cuero, TX, TurkeyFest Oct. 15 - Lebanon, OH, Waren Co. Fair Oct. 21 - Augusta, GA, Miller Theatre Oct. 22 - Meadville, MS, Homochitto River Festival Oct. 28 - Sioux City, IA, Hard Rock Sioux City Nov. 05 - Tomball, TX, Concert in the Country Nov. 12 - Douglas, GA, The Martin Centre Dec. 02 - Columbia, TN, Mulehouse (Chrismas Show) Dec. 03 - Mount Vernon, KY, Renfro (Chrismas show) Dec. 10 - Laughlin, NV, Riverwind Casino* *Country Comeback Tour About Shenandoah Shenandoah originally formed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in 1985. The band has charted 26 singles on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts, including #1 hits "The Church on Cumberland Road," "Sunday in the South" and "Two Dozen Roses" from 1989, "Next to You, Next to Me" from 1990, and "If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)" from 1994. The single "Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart," which featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss, won both artists a GRAMMY® Award for "Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal." To date, the group has sold millions of albums worldwide. For more information, visit www.ShenandoahBand.com.
About 8 Track Entertainment 8 Track Entertainment is a multi-faceted global entertainment company based in Muscle Shoals, Alabama with satellite offices in Nashville, Tennessee. Under the 8 Track Entertainment moniker is a Sports and Entertainment Management division, a Music Production and Publishing entity, and a full-service TV/Film division. Since launching in 2021, 8 Track Publishing has celebrated its first #1 Billboard Hot Country Song (Aaron Lewis/“Am I The Only One”) and first #1 iTunes Country Album (Aaron Lewis/”Frayed At Both Ends”), and #7 iTunes Country Album (Eddie Montgomery/“Ain’t No Closing Me Down”). The company has also partnered with the NHRA to produce an exciting live concert series launching in 2022. Founding partners of 8 Track Entertainment are Noah Gordon (President), Jeff Goodwin (V.P./Marketing & Partnerships) and Bill Harbin (V.P./Corporate Partnerships). Visit www.8TrackEnt.com for more information.