New Oliver Anthony tour dates are popping up on a daily basis. The "Rich Men North of Richmond" singer's website now lists dates, but it took some digging to uncover his first live performances.

Update: On November 14, Anthony announced a massive tour for 2024. The Out of the Woods Tour will begin in February and run through September.

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Here is a full list of all confirmed Oliver Anthony tour dates.

Oliver Anthony 2024 Out of the Woods World Tour: Dates

Feb. 1 — Stockholm, Sweden @ Cirkus Arena
Feb. 2 — Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene
Feb. 5 — Utrecht, Netherlands @ TivoliVredenburg
Feb. 7 — Glasgow, Scotland @ Barrowland Ballroom
Feb. 8 — Manchester, U.K. @ Albert Hall
Feb. 10 — London, U.K. @ O2 Shepherd's Bush Empire
Feb. 12 — Belfast, U.K. @ Ulster Hall
Feb. 13 — Dublin, Ireland @ Vicar Street
Feb. 21 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 22 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
Feb. 24 — Plant City, Fla. @ Florida Strawberry Festival
March 2 — Jupiter, Fla. @ Abacoa Amphitheater
March 3 — Estero, Fla. @ Hertz Arena
March 8 — Alexandria, La. @ Rapides Parish Coliseum
March 9 — Brandon, Miss. @ Brandon Amphitheater
March 15 — Willowbank, Australia @ CMC Rocks QLD 2024
April 4 — Fort Worth, Texas @ Billy Bob's Texas
April 5 — Round Rock, Texas @ Round Rock Amp.
April 6 — Lubbock, Texas @ Cook's Garage
April 12 — Tupelo, Miss. @ Cadence Bank Arena
April 13 — Jonesboro, Ark. @ First National Bank Arena
April 19 — Albany, Ga. @ Albany Civic Center
April 20 — Savannah, Ga. @ Bulls, Bands & Barrels
April 26 — Greensboro, N.C. @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex
April 27 — Duluth, Ga. @ Gas South Arena
May 3 — Huntington, W.V. @ Mountain Health Arena
May 4 — Beaver Dam, Ky. @ Beaver Dam Amphitheater
May 10 — Corbin, Ky. @ The Corbin Arena
May 11 — Pikeville, Ky. @ Appalachian Wireless Arena
May 17 — Doswell, Va. @ Atlantic Union Bank at the SERVPRO Pavilion
June 14 — Marion, Ill. @ MTN Dew Park
June 15 — Camdenton, Mo. @ Ozarks Amphitheater
June 16 — Council Bluffs, Iowa @ Westfair Amphitheater
June 22 — Canandaigua, N.Y. @ CMAC
June 28 — Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE Outdoors
June 29 — Columbus, Ohio @ Buckeye Motorcycle and Music Rally
July 18 — Cullman, Ala. @ Rock the South Festival
Aug. 16 — Lewisburg, W.V. @ State Fair of West Virginia
Aug. 23 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Everwiise Amphitheater at White River State Park
Aug. 24 — Saginaw, Mich. @ Dow Event Center
Sept. 1 — Palmer, Alaska @ Alaska State Fair
Sept. 13 — Allegan, Mich. @ Allegan County Fair

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If you think a country singer needs to write their own songs to be a legitimate artist, take this short quiz:

Which of the following five hitmakers is also an established songwriter: Luke Bryan, Reba McEntire, Randy Travis, Blake Shelton, Alan Jackson?

Just two of those names make this list of 11 country stars who don't write their own songs, and one you'll be surprised to learn does. It's a list that includes four Country Music Hall of Fame inductees and at least two others sure to get in soon. The takeaway is that great singers are great storytellers, especially when they're telling someone else's story.

Gallery Credit: Billy Dukes

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Fifteen living CMA or ACM Entertainers of the Year are not members of the Grand Ole Opry, and a few of them barely recognize the vaunted stage. George Strait, Kenny Chesney and Willie Nelson are three legends who rarely play the Grand Ole Opry. Why?

That answer is often difficult to determine, but this list suggests reasons where appropriate. Membership into the Grand Ole Opry comes with an obligation to play the show frequently, but that's often set aside (Barbara Mandrell is an inactive member, for example). Only living artists are considered, and once a member dies, they are no longer a member.

As of 2023, there are more than 70 members of the Grand Ole Opry. Historically, nearly 250 men, women and groups were members — so, it's a select group that excludes several Country Music Hall of Famers.

Gallery Credit: Billy Dukes

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