blake shelton 2018 tour
Blake Shelton, who is pictured on Sept. 30, 2017 in Tishomingo, Oklahoma, announced a 2018 tour. Erika Goldring/Getty Images for Ryman Hospitality Properties Inc

Blake Shelton is taking his act on the road in 2018.

The singer, who performed on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” on Wednesday, will be headlining the Country Music Freaks Tour, and he’s bringing some fellow country stars along with him. Brett Eldredge, Carly Pearce and Trace Adkins will be joining him on his 14-date tour, which starts on Feb. 15 in Tulsa, Oklahoma at the BOK Center and finishes March 17 in Philadelphia at the Wells Fargo Center.

The country star will be singing songs off of his new album, “Texoma Shore,” which debuts Friday (Nov. 3), as well as performing songs from his past albums.

“The main thing that I look forward to these days, and honestly I always have, is my live performances,” Shelton said in a press release. “And even though I’m the first to say that too much time on the road can wear me down, too much time away from the road can break my heart. It’s been a while and I cannot wait to get out there! I think this is going to be my greatest tour yet.”

The Blake Shelton Fan Club and American Express Card Member pre-sales for tickets begin on Friday, Nov. 3 at 10 a.m. local time, with sale to the general public beginning on Nov. 10 at 10 a.m. local time. Prices will range from $43 to $92 for regular tickets.

See the tour dates for Blake Shelton’s 2018 Country Music Freaks Tour dates below:

  • Feb. 15 — Tulsa, Oklahoma at BOK Center
  • Feb. 16 — Lubbock, Texas at United Supermarket Arena
  • Feb. 17 — Las Cruces, New Mexico at Pan American Center
  • Feb. 22 — Grand Rapids, Michigan at Van Andel Arena
  • Feb. 23 — Moline, Illinois at TaxSlayer Center
  • Feb. 24 — St. Louis, Missouri at Scottrade Center
  • March 2 — Dallas, Texas at American Airlines Center
  • March 3 — Bossier City, Louisiana at CenturyLink Center
  • March 8 — Atlanta, Georgia at Philips Arena
  • March 9 — Greenville, South Carolina at Bon Secours Wellness Arena
  • March 10 — Greensboro, North Carolina at Greensboro Coliseum
  • March 15 — Baltimore, Maryland at Royal Farms Arena
  • March 16 — Syracuse, New York at OnCenter War Memorial Arena
  • March 17 — Philadelphia, Pennsylvania at Wells Fargo Center