Cole Swindell Is Giving ‘All Of It’ to Fans with Fall Tour

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Written by Lauren Laffer
Cole Swindell Is Giving ‘All Of It’ to Fans with Fall Tour
Warner Music Nashville Cole Swindell performs at the Cracker Barrel Country Roads Stage at Ascend Amphitheater on Saturday, June 9 during the 2018 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville; Photo credit: Caitlin Harris / CMA

Without his hard-working team and growing fandom, Cole Swindell knows his successes would be limited. As a thank you for sticking in his corner, the singer penned the song “The Ones Who Got Me Here,” featured on his upcoming album All Of It.

“All the haters all the lovers / All the friends that are more like brothers / All the people I ain’t seen in too many years / All the faces in the bleachers / The never gave up on me preachers / Yeah this one’s for the one’s who got me here,” he croons in the song.

While his appreciation for those around him is forever locked in lyrics, Swindell decided to take those words straight to fans with his All Of It Tour, kicking off with his album release.

Heading straight to the fans, Swindell will play six shows over seven days across the Midwest and Northeastern parts of the United States. Kicking off in St. Louis, MO, the Georgia native will trek eastbound until he ends in Pittsburgh, PA at the Stage AE.

Tickets for his All Of It Tour will be available to the Down Home Crew for pre-sale beginning Thursday, July 19, with general public tickets going up for purchase on Friday, July 20. For each ticket purchase, fans will get a choice of standard CD or digital download of Swindell’s new album, All Of It. For more information, visit

All of It Tour dates include:
August 17 St. Louis, MO – The Ready Room
August 19 Rosemont, IL – Joe’s Live
August 20 Grand Rapids, MI – The Intersection
August 21 Fort Wayne, IN – Clyde Theatre
August 22 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues
August 23 Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE