5 Country Music Tours You Must Catch Before the End of 2024

2024 is over half, and most (but not all) country music tours are underway. However, there’s still time to catch plenty of shows from Jelly Roll, Sugarland, Little Big Town, Jason Aldean, Zac Bryan, Kane Brown, and more.

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Here are 5 tours to catch in the remainder of 2024:

Sugarland and Little Big Town


Fall will be slightly sweeter for Sugarland and Little Big Town fans.

The two bands are long-time friends. They recently released a cover of Phil Collins’ “Take Me Home” and are heading on tour in October. Tickets for the Take Me Home Tour, which also features the Castellows, are on sale now. The celebratory country tour ends Dec. 13 at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena.

“We would not have had this 25-year-long career without the fans,” said Little Big Town’s Kimberly Schlapman. “I just want them to feel like this is their story just as much as it is ours. We’ll want to make sure we do all the songs that have become people’s anthems and our big hit songs. And then we’ll also want to do songs that are incredibly meaningful to the band and songs that fans didn’t hear on the radio but that they have spoken up about and have become so important to them.”

The tour marks Little Big Town’s 25th anniversary as a group and falls on the 20th anniversary of Sugarland’s breakthrough hit “Baby Girl.”

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Zach Bryan

A packed house at Nashville’s Nissan Stadium is a long way from the Navy, where Bryan was when his career sparked about five years ago thanks to cell phone video posted on social media. Now, Bryan is headlining one of country music’s largest and most expansive tours. Bryan and his Quittin’ Time Tour are filling stadiums and playing multiple nights in arenas in towns where stadium dates weren’t possible.
His tour stops include two nights at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta, two nights at Tacoma Dome, three nights at BOK Center in Tulsa and two nights at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY. Like Sugarland and Little Big Town, his tour concludes in December.

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Jason Aldean

Jason Aldean extended his Highway Desperado Tour at the end of 2023 to stretch all the way to a hometown show for him in Macon, Ga., on Oct. 5, 2024.

Special guests on the tour include Hailey Whitters and Lauren Alaina, along with Chase Matthew, Austin Snell, and Dee Jay Silver.

Snell and Aldean even went to the same school in Georgia – just didn’t years. But that isn’t why Snell is on the tour. Aldean heard him on the radio, called his manager, and requested they add Snell. He didn’t find out about their hometown connection until hanging out backstage with Snell at a show.
Aldean’s expansive country tour will stop in Savannah, Philadelphia, Buffalo, Virginia Beach and more.

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Jelly Roll

Jelly Roll turns every stage he walks on into an inspirational event, so his Beautifully Broken Tour with Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay is sure to be memorable. In October, the Nashville native will switch up his line-up and introduce Allie Colleen, ERNEST, and Shaboozey.

With dozens of shows left, Jelly Roll will conclude his tour in Jacksonville, Fla, on November 23.
Jelly Roll is one of the most prominent artists in country music, but when he’s on stage, he’s not thinking about how many tickets he sold that night. He’s thinking about how many souls are in the audience and how many of their own stories they brought with them.

“(That many people) felt impacted enough by me that they not only bought a ticket, they found a babysitter, they drove to the show,” Jelly Roll told CMT. “They overpaid for parking. They paid too much for drinking. People probably drove in from hours outside of these towns. I think about my wife getting ready for date night. Somebody’s wife’s getting ready for date night. Like that’s what I correlate (the number of people at my shows) to.”

For tickets, visit here.

Kane Brown

Kane Brown just has a handful shows left in his In the Air Tour, but they’re big ones. Brown’s remaining dates are all in ballparks and stadiums.

“It’s been the most fun tour that I’ve been on,” Brown said. “It’s the most fun I’ve had touring in general. I couldn’t ask for anything better. I’m excited to get to the stadiums. It went by super fast.”

Artists including Jon Pardi, Bailey Zimmerman, Cole Swindell, RaeLynn, and Chris Young will play with Brown on his remaining date. He’s particularly excited about the T-Mobile Park show in Seattle with Chris Young. The pair had multi-week No. 1 hit “Famous Friends” together, and Brown said they were going to recreate it on stage.

“For him to say yes, it meant the world to me,” Brown said of Young.  “It’ll be fun actually singing that song with him on stage and not a bunch of other artist famous friends.”

For tickets, visit here.

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