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Carrie Underwood Launching "Blown Away" Tour This Weekend


Carrie Underwood is now planning to blow away fans with her "Blown Away" tour. The country star is launching the extensive trek with a performance in Manchester, New Hampshire Friday night. Underwood is hitting the road behind her latest CD, "Blown Away," but the disc doesn't seem to need much support. After spending five weeks at number one on the Billboard Country Albums chart following its release in May, the disc returned to the top of the chart last week, and is now marking its seventh week at number one. "Blown Away" features the chart-topper "Good Girl" as well as the hit title track. And Carrie isn't just entertaining her fans with the trek -- she's also helping others. Underwood is giving one dollar from every ticket sold to the American Red Cross.

Underwood's trek also features Hunter Hayes as the opener. His latest single, "Wanted," is a top five hit which has been certified Platinum.

Carrie Underwood Tour Dates

September 14 - Manchester, New Hampshire, at the Verizon Wireless Arena
September 15 - Bridgeport, Connecticut, at the Webster Bank Arena
September 17 - Providence, Rhode Island, at the Dunkin? Donuts Center
September 19 - Worcester, Massachusetts, at the DCU Center
September 20 - Reading, Pennsylvania, at the Sovereign Center
September 22 - Louisville, Kentucky, at the KFC Yum! Center
September 23 - Nashville, Tennessee, at the Bridgestone Arena
September 26 - Green Bay, Wisconsin, at the Resch Center
September 27 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the Target Center
September 29 - Fargo, North Dakota, at the Fargodome
October 1 - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, at the Credit Union Centre
October 2 - Calgary, Alberta, Canada, at the Scotiabank Saddledome
October 4 - Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, at Rogers Arena
October 6 - Seattle, Washington, at the Key Arena at Seattle Center
October 7 - Portland, Oregon, at the Rose Garden
October 10 - West Valley City, Utah, at the Maverik Center
October 12 - Reno, Nevada, at the Reno Events Center
October 13 - Sacramento, California, at the Power Balance Pavilion
October 14 - San Jose, California, at the HP Pavilion at San Jose
October 16 - Los Angeles, California, at the Staples Center
October 18 - Bakersfield, California, at the Rabobank Arena
October 20 - San Diego, California, at the Valley View Casino Center
October 21 - Glendale, Arizona, at Arena
October 24 - Dallas, Texas, at the American Airlines Arena
October 25 - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, at the Chesapeake Energy Arena
October 27 - Wichita, Kansas, at the INTRUST Bank Arena
October 28 - Springfield, Missouri, at the JQH Arena
November 3 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at the Time Warner Cable Arena
November 4 - Greensboro, North Carolina, at the Greensboro Coliseum
November 7 - Baltimore, Maryland, at the 1st Mariner Arena
November 9 - Atlantic City, New Jersey, at Boardwalk Hall
November 10 - Hartford, Connecticut, at the XL Center
November 13 - University Park, Pennsylvania, at the Bryce Jordan Center
November 15 - Grand Rapids, Michigan, at the Van Andel Arena
November 16 - Moline, Illinois, at the i wireless Center
November 20 - St. Louis, Missouri, at the Scottrade Center
November 21 - Tulsa, Oklahoma, at the BOK Center
November 24 - Indianapolis, Indiana, at the Bankers Life Fieldhouse
November 25 - Auburn Hills, Michigan, at The Palace of Auburn Hills
November 27 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, at the Consol Energy Center
November 28 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Wells Fargo Center
November 30 - Long Island, New York, at Nassau Coliseum
December 1 - Newark, New Jersey, at the Prudential Center
December 4 - Albany, New York, at the Times Union Center
December 6 - London, Ontario, Canada, at the John Labatt Centre
December 8 - Kanata, Ontario

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