Brooks & Dunn Are Back On the Road, REBOOT Tour Coming This Spring

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Written by Chris Parton
Brooks & Dunn Are Back On the Road, REBOOT Tour Coming This Spring
Brooks and Dunn on the Red Carpet at “The 53rd Annual CMA Awards,” on Wednesday, November 13, 2019 at Bridgestone Arena in Downtown Nashville. Photo courtesy of CMA

After dipping a custom cowboy boot back into touring last year, one of country music’s most iconic duos is hitting the road again this spring. Nineties superstars Brooks & Dunn have announced the Reboot 2022 Tour.

Sharing the plan on Monday (February 28), Kix Brooks and Ronnie Dunn say they are ready to rock full time. The Reboot 2022 Tour will kick off May 5 in Evansville, Indiana, and then wind its way across the country with an A-list of opening acts. Focusing on arenas in the Midwest and Southeast, the trek will take B&D to many markets they haven’t played in over 10 years — and some they haven’t hit in 20 — finishing up June 25 in Detroit. Along for the ride are Gabby BarrettJordan DavisRiley GreenWalker Hayes, Jon Pardi and more. 

After a record setting career as “the best selling country duo in history” Brooks & Dunn retired from the road back in 2010, but their time off stage didn’t last. In 2015 they began an acclaimed Las Vegas residency with Reba McEntire that ended after seven years in late 2021, and the hit makers also toured last year for the first time in over a decade. Tickets for this year’s shows go on sale March 4 at 10 am local time.

“Last year we fired up the buses and ‘let it roll’ again,” shared Kix Brooks. “Thanks for reminding us how you guys can shake every stage we walk on to…damn, it feels good to be back with ya! Bring it! We’ll meet you there!”

“It is our full intent to step onto the stage each night and throw down like the wildest honky tonk you’ve never been to…yet,” added Ronnie Dunn. “Don’t be concerned about the mess left afterwards, y’all just enjoy yourselves and we’ll worry about that later.”

REBOOT 2022 TOUR Official Dates:

5/5/22 Evansville, IN – w/ Jon Pardi, Tyler Booth @ Ford Center
5/6/22 Grand Rapids, MI – w/ Jon Pardi, Tyler Booth @ Van Andel Arena
5/12/22 Brandon, MS – w/ Walker Hayes, Morgan Wade @ Brandon Amphitheater
5/13/22 Huntsville, AL – w/ Walker Hayes, Morgan Wade@ Propst Arena at the Von Braun Center
5/14/22 Knoxville, TN – w/ Walker Hayes, Morgan Wade @ Thompson Boling Arena
5/20/22 Wichita, KS – w/ Jordan Davis, Jackson Dean @ INTRUST Bank Arena
5/21/22 Tulsa, OK – w/ Riley Green, Jackson Dean @ BOK Center
5/22/22 Springfield, MO – w/ Jordan Davis, Jackson Dean @ JQH Arena
6/3/22 Estero, FL – w/ Gabby Barrett, King Calaway @ Hertz Arena
6/4/22 Jacksonville, FL – w/ Gabby Barrett, King Calaway @ VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
6/9/22 Lafayette, LA – w/ Jordan Davis, Dillon Carmichael @ CAJUNDOME
6/10/22 Bossier City, LA – w/ Jordan Davis, Dillon Carmichael @ Brookshire Grocery Arena
6/11/22 San Antonio, TX – w/ Jordan Davis, Dillon Carmichael @ AT&T Center
6/16/22 Savannah, GA – w/ Jordan Davis, Tyler Braden @ Enmarket Arena
6/17/22 Greenville, SC – w/ Jordan Davis, Tyler Braden @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena
6/18/22 Nashville, TN – w/ TBD, Tyler Braden @ Bridgestone Arena*
6/23/22 Charleston, WV – w/ TBD, Tenille Townes @ Charleston Coliseum
6/24/22 Toledo, OH – w/ TBD, Tenille Townes @ Huntington Center
6/25/22 Detroit, MI – w/ TBD, Tenille Townes @ Pine Knob Music Theatre – WYCD Hoedown

*On Sale date is March 18