Brothers Osborne have announced that they will extend their current world tour into 2019, with dates stretching all the way into April.

The sibling duo of T.J. and John Osborne will start their extensive road schedule for 2019 in Chicago on Jan. 10, and they will have openers the Wild Feathers, Ruston Kelly and Devon Gilfillian join them on select dates.

The duo still have several headlining tour dates for 2018, which will take them overseas for several shows before wrapping that leg of the tour on Dec. 2. Fans can purchase 2019 tickets beginning this Friday (Nov. 16) at www.brothersosborne.com.

Next up on the immediate schedule for the Brothers is the 2018 CMA Awards on Wednesday (Nov. 14), where they are nominated for Vocal Duo of the Year, as well as Musical Event of the Year for "Burning Man," their collaboration with Dierks Bentley. They'll join Bentley to perform on the telecast.

Brothers Osborne's 2019 World Tour Dates:

Nov. 25 -- Glasgow, Scotland @ O2 Academy Glasgow**
Nov. 27 -- Newcastle, England @ O2 Academy Newcastle**
Nov. 28 -- Manchester, England @ Academy Manchester**
Nov. 30 -- Nottingham, England @ Rock City
Dec. 1 -- Porthcawl, Wales @ Planet Rock Festival
Dec. 2 -- London, England @ O2 Kentish Town Forum**
Jan. 10 -- Chicago, Ill. @ Riviera Theater*
Jan. 11 -- Detroit, Mich. @ The Fillmore Detroit*
Jan. 12 -- Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Theater*
Jan. 23 -- New York, N.Y. @Terminal 5*
Jan. 24 -- Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues*
Jan. 25 -- Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Fillmore*
Jan. 26 -- Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE--Indoor*
Jan. 30 -- Cincinnati, Ohio @ Taft Theatre*
Jan 31 -- Chattanooga, Tenn. @ Tivoli Theatre*
Feb. 1 -- Mobile, Ala. @ Saenger Theater*
Feb. 6 -- Birmingham, Ala. @ Alabama Theatre*
Feb. 7 -- Shreveport, La. @ Municipal Auditorium*
Feb. 8 -- Fort Worth, Texas @ Billy Bob's Texas*
Feb. 14 -- Indianapolis, Ind. @ Egyptian Room at Old National Centre*
Feb. 15-16 -- Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium*
Feb. 20 -- Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live! Indoor Pavilion+
Feb. 21 -- Ashland, Ky. @ Paramount Arts Center +
Feb. 22 -- Richmond, Va. @ The National+
Feb. 23 -- Washington, D.C. @ The Anthem+
Mar. 2 -- Saint Augustine, Fla. @ The Saint Augustine Amphitheatre+
Mar. 6 -- Milwaukee, Wisc. @ Riverside Theater+
Mar. 7 -- Sioux City, Iowa @ Orpheum Theatre+
Mar. 8 -- Saint Louis, Mo. @ The Pageant+
Mar. 9 -- Dubuque, Iowa @ Five Flags Center+
Mar. 13 -- Knoxville, Tenn. @ Knoxville Civic Auditorium+
Mar. 14 -- Atlanta, Ga. @Tabernacle+
Mar. 15 -- Savannah, Ga @ Johnny Mercer Theater+
Mar. 21 -- New Orleans, La. @ The Fillmore New Orleans – Music Hall^
Mar. 22 -- Little Rock, Ark. @ Robinson Hall Little Rock^
Mar. 26 -- Salt Lake City, Utah @ Union Event Center^
Mar. 27 -- Boise, Ida. @ Knitting Factory Concert House^
Mar. 28 -- Seattle, Wash. @ Showbox SoDo^
Mar. 30 -- Oakland, Calif. @ Fox Theater^
Mar. 31 -- Stockton, Calif. @ Bob Hope Theatre^
Apr. 2 -- Bakersfield, Calif. @ Fox Theater^
Apr. 3 -- Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Novo^
Apr. 4 -- San Diego, Calif. @ House of Blues^
Apr. 9 -- Oklahoma City, Okla. @ The Jones Assembly^
Apr. 10 -- Austin, Texas @ Stubbs Waller Creek^
Apr. 12 -- Las Vegas, Nev. @ Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas^
Apr. 25 -- Wichita, Kan. @ The Cotillion Ballroom^
Apr. 26 -- Lincoln, Neb. @ Lincoln In The Streets^
Apr. 27 -- Columbia, Mo. @ The Blue Note – Outdoors^

*Featuring The Wild Feathers
+Featuring Ruston Kelly
^Featuring Devon Gilfillian
**Featuring Lucie Silvas

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