Brooks & Dunn Reboot 2020 Tour headed to Chicago

The Grammy winners announced Tuesday they’ll embark on their first national tour in 10 years, an 18-city trek that kicks off in May.

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Brooks & Dunn perform at the Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots’ 5th Annual Million Dollar Show at Ryman Auditorium on Monday.

Brooks & Dunn perform at the Bobby Bones & The Raging Idiots’ 5th Annual Million Dollar Show at Ryman Auditorium on Monday.

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It’s a new decade and a new tour for iconic country duoBrooks & Dunn.

The Grammy winners announced Tuesday they’ll embark on their first national tour in 10 years, dubbed the Brooks & Dunn Reboot 2020 Tour. The 18-city trek starts in St. Louis on May 15 and wraps Sept. 19 in Chicago, at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in Tinley Park.

“So much for ‘we quit,’ huh?”Ronnie Dunnsaid in a statement. “That horse that we were afraid of riding into the ground apparently didn’t share our sentiment…he gotta fire in his belly raring to go another round or two. I like the ring of it...’Brooks & Dunn ride again!’”

“The memories of playing live are what have kept the fire burning for us,” added Kix Brooks. “Performers who have had the kind of nights like we’ve had with our fans, can never really let that go. Live is where we’re most at home, and it’s gonna feel good to be back in the saddle, let’s rodeo.”

Tickets will be part of the Live Nation Country Megaticket and more information will become available at brooks-dunn.com in the coming weeks.

Read more at usatoday.com

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