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Frankie Ballard Planning First Headlining Tour


(Undated) -- Frankie Ballard says he's "so pumped" to be taking his "full show on the road this fall." The country star is making plans for his first headlining trek. He'll launch his "Light 'Em Up Tour" with a show in Minneapolis, Minnesota on October 19th. The 19-date run spans two months, and will come to a close in Los Angeles on December 13th. Frankie adds that hitting "killer venues" with all his "buddies" and "no rules" leaves him feeling like someone gave him "the keys to the castle." A Thousand Horses is joining Frankie as his opening act. Ballard is touring behind his sophomore album, "Sunshine & Whiskey," which features his chart-topping hit "Helluva Life."

Frankie Ballard's "Light 'Em Up Tour" Dates

October 16 - Minneapolis, Minnesota, at the Varsity Theater
October 17 - St. Louis, Missouri, at The Pageant
October 23 - Cincinnati, Ohio, at Bogart's
October 24 - Louisville, Kentucky, at the Mercury Ballroom
October 25 - Indianapolis, Indiana, at The Egyptian Room at Old National Center
October 30 - Cleveland, Ohio, at the House of Blues
November 1 - Detroit, Michigan, at The Fillmore
November 8 - Boston, Massachusetts, at the House of Blues
November 13 - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, at the Theater of Living Arts
November 14 - Charlotte, North Carolina, at The Fillmore
November 15 - Washington, DC, at The Fillmore
November 19 - Houston, Texas, at the House of Blues
November 20 - New Orleans, Louisiana, at the House of Blues
November 22 - Dallas, Texas, at the House of Blues
November 28 - Orlando, Florida, at the House of Blues
December 6 - Seattle, Washington, at The Neptune
December 11 - San Diego, California, at the House of Blues
December 12 - Anaheim, California, at the House of Blues
December 13 - Los Angeles, California, at the House of Blues

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