Scotty McCreery Embarks on First Headlining Tour

We all fell in love with Scotty McCreery during the tenth season of American Idol, of which he was crowned the winner. Shortly after that season McCreery went out on the road with some of his own biggest country idols including Brad Paisley and The Band Perry. But fans wanted more. They wanted to see Scotty in his own headlining tour and now, they’ve got it!

Scotty’s first headlining tour is called the “Weekend Roadtrip Tour 2013,” and it will all kick off on Valentine’s Day, February 14, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From there he’ll visit some of the biggest cities in North American including Niagara Falls, Kansas City, and Atlantic City to name just a few. It all wraps up on May 12 in Morristown, New Jersey, and you can find all of Scotty tour dates and cities at

But while fans may be pumped about seeing Scotty take the stage on his own, no one is more excited than the artist himself.

“I’ve been lucky enough to play a lot of great cities over the last year with Brad Paisley and some other great country artists,” he said when announcing the tour. “This time I get to play some new places with a show that’s all my own. I can’t wait for my fans to see what we’ve lined up for them.”

Unfortunately, the tour is probably going to be too early for fans to hear any of the new music off his sophomore album, which is to be released later this year. But, Scotty says, that record will be one more chance for fans to get to know him as an artist.

“I just want people to really see me this time,” he said. “I don’t want to get caught up in sappy love songs; those are important, but I want them to get a feel for who I am as an artist and sing about real things in life. Hopefully we’ll get that with the songs and have some fun with it as well.”

If you want to have some fun with Scotty, get your tickets for his headlining tour today!

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