Dierks Bentley announced that he's unrolling more U.S. dates for his Country and Cold Cans Tour. After touring around the States last fall with his tour, Bentley went international with a leg in Canada and then a set of dates in Australia. Now, the multi-platinum artist says he doesn't want the tour to end just yet.

"Country and Cold Cans was such a great tour last fall," Bentley said in a press release. "It's just way too much fun to stop and we knew we had to continue it into the spring and make another run across the U.S. when we get home from Canada and Australia. We're even going to Alaska ... giving new meaning to COLD cans."

With his sixth studio album, 'Home,' set to be released on Feb. 7, Bentley will be announcing the 20 cities for the upcoming portion of the tour over the next few weeks. He won't be going it alone, as Eli Young Band will be joining him again and Will Hoge and the Cadillac Black will be sharing the supporting role.

"I'm excited that EYB is coming out with us again, great dudes and they put on a killer show," said Bentley. "I'm also a big fan of both the Cadillac Black and Will Hoge, so I'm looking forward to watching their sets every night."

The tour begins April 13 in Los Angeles at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live, and tickets go on sale Friday, Feb. 10.

In celebration of release week, Bentley will also be hitting 'Today' on Feb. 6 and Feb. 7, 'The Late Show With David Letterman' on Feb. 8, the 2012 Grammy Awards on Feb. 12 and 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Feb. 15.