Chris Young Preps for Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020

He'll be joined by Scotty McCreery and Payton Smith starting May 28 in Detroit.

Written by Chris Parton
Chris Young Preps for Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020
Chris Young; Photo credit: Jeff Johnson

Country hit maker Chris Young has announced the details behind a brand new headlining trek, revealing the first leg of his Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020.

Set to kick off May 28 in Detroit, Michigan, and include almost 30 dates through September 26 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Young’s Town Ain’t Big Enough run will feature Scotty McCreery and newcomer Payton Smith — plus a rotating cast of Next From Nashville artists hand chosen by Young and his team. Highlight cities include Chicago, Seattle, Dallas and Atlanta, and the tour gets its name from Young’s “Town Ain’t Big Enough” duet with fellow country star Lauren Alaina.

“Everyone has been asking about this year since the last tour ended, so I’m happy I finally get to tell everybody about these shows,” Young says. “The Town Ain’t Big Enough Tour is gonna be the biggest one yet!”

Fans are still waiting on Young’s upcoming Raised On Country album, which will likely feature “Town Ain’t Big Enough” along with the Top 5 title track and longing ballad, “Drowning.” Young recently teased a new track called “Tonight We’re Dancing” on social media and last hit Number One with the Platinum-certified “Losing Sleep” in 2017, but also scored a Number Two Billboard hit with “Hangin’ On” in 2018.

Here’s the complete list of dates and cities announced so far on Chris Young’s Town Ain’t Big Enough World Tour 2020.

May 28 — Detroit, MI — DTE Energy Music Theatre
May 29 — Indianapolis, IN — Ruoff Music Center
May 30 — Chicago, IL — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
June 10 — Salt Lake City, UT — USANA Amphitheatre
June 12 — Portland, OR — Sunlight Supply Amphitheater
June 13 — Seattle, WA — White River Amphitheater
June 20 — Irvine, CA — FivePoint Amphitheatre
June 27 — Albuquerque, NM — Isleta Amphitheater
June 28 — Phoenix, AZ — Ak-Chin Pavilion
July 9 — Cleveland, OH — Blossom Music Center
July 10 — Bristow, VA — Jiffy Lube Live
July 11 — Darien Center, NY — Darien Lake Amphitheater
July 24 — Mansfield, MA — Xfinity Center
July 25 — Gilford, NH — Bank of NH Pavilion
July 30 — Brandon, MS — Brandon Amphitheater
July 31 — Tuscaloosa, AL — The Tuscaloosa Amphitheater
August 1 — Orange Beach, AL — The Wharf Amptheater
August 13 — Virginia Beach, VA — Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
August 14 — Raleigh, NC — Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
August 15 — Charlotte, NC — PNC Music Pavilion
August 20 — St. Louis, MO — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
August 21 — Rogers, AR — Walmart AMP
August 22 — Dallas, TX — Dos Equis Pavilion
August 28 — Saratoga Springs, NY — Saratoga Springs Performing Arts Center
August 29 — Holmdel, NJ — PNC Bank Arts Center
September 11 — Wantagh, NY — Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
September 12 — Pittsburgh, PA — S&T Bank Music Park
September 25 — Atlanta, GA — Ameris Bank Amphitheatre
September 26 — Cincinnati, OH — Riverbend Music Center