2023 Old Dominion No Bad Vibes Tour
No Bad Vibes is an amazing name for a county music tour by a hot artist, and it fits Old Dominion perfectly. It is even more perfect when you discover that the name for the tour was suggested by none other than Kenny Chesney, a singer embarking on a massive tour of his own in 2023.
The No Bad Vibes Tour begins with a show on Thursday, January 19, at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. There are breaks along the way, but the band will be on and off the road for the best part of half a year when they wrap up with a Saturday, July 1 date at the Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arean at Harvey’s for the second consecutive night at that venue.
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The supporting acts on this tour are a group of up-and-coming young country stars that are worth the price of a ticket in their own right. The US dates will be supported by Frank Ray, Kassi Ashton, and Greylan James, while the dates in Canada will see Old Dominion supported by Ray again – he is pulling double duty – along with Steven Lee Olsen and Shawn Austin.
“At an Old Dominion show, I think we just want people to feel happy,” said band leader Matthew Ramsey in a press release. “They should feel like they got to forget about whatever is bothering them or whatever’s weighing them down at that point in time. Just come and hang out with us, and escape for a couple hours. Then hopefully they walk out feeling a little lighter than when they walked in.”
The 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards Vocal Group of the Year winners formed in Nashville in 2007 and have been regular hit makers since their debut studio album Meat and Candy was released in 2014. All four studio albums have peaked in the top 5 of the US Country charts, and the band is known for being outstanding to see live. Check out this list of their North American tour dates for 2023, and buy your tickets here.
2023 North America Tour Dates
Jan. 19 — Evansville, Ind. @ Ford Center
Jan. 20 — Champaign, Ill. @ State Farm Center
Jan. 21 — Moline, Ill. @ Vibrant Arena at The Mark
Jan. 27 — Ottawa, Ontario @ Canadian Tire Center
Jan. 28 — Toronto, Ontario @ Scotiabank Arena
Jan. 30 — London, Ontario @ Budweiser Gardens
Feb. 9 — Green Bay, Wisc. @ Resch Center
Feb. 10 — Rockford, Ill.@ BMO Harris Bank Center
Feb. 11 — Cedar Rapids, Iowa @ Alliant Energy PowerHouse
Feb. 16 — Rapid City, S.D. @ Summit Arena
Feb. 17 — Mankato, Minn. @ Mayo Clinic Health System Event Center
Feb. 18 — Duluth, Minn. @ Amsoil Arena
Feb. 23 — Idaho Falls, Ida. @ Hero Arena at Mountain America Center
Feb. 24 — Boise, Ida. @ ExtraMile Arena
Feb. 25 — Kennewick, Wash. @ Toyota Center
Feb. 28 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rogers Arena
March 2 — Edmonton, Alberta @ Rogers Place
March 3 — Calgary, Alberta @ Saddledome
March 9 — Lethbridge, Alberta @ Enmax Centre
March 10 — Regina, Saskatchewan @ Brandt Centre
March 11 — Winnipeg, Manitoba @ Canada Life Centre
March 31 — Key West, Fla. @ Coffee Butler Amphitheater
Apr. 1 — Key West, Fla. @ Coffee Butler Amphitheater
Apr. 2 — Key West, Fla. @ Coffee Butler Amphitheater
Apr. 13 — Reading, Penn. @ Santander Arena
Apr. 14 — Albany, N.Y. @ MVP Arena
Apr. 15 — Bangor, Me. @ Cross Insurance Center
May 4 — Savannah, Ga. @ EnMarket Arena
May 5 — Jacksonville, Fla. @ Daily’s Place Amphitheater
May 27 — Morrison, Colo. @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
May 28 — Morrison, Colo. @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre
June 30 — Lake Tahoe, Nev. @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s
July 1 — Lake Tahoe, Nev. @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey’s