Two of the biggest country acts from the '80s and '90s are teaming for a string of tour dates in 2024. Sawyer Brown are hitting the road in 2024 for their 40th Anniversary Tour, and they're bringing along fellow hitmakers Shenandoah.

Sawyer Brown's 40th Anniversary Tour is set to launch on Thursday (April 18) in Big Spring, Texas. The tour runs through Nov. 2, when it wraps up in Canada.

Shenandoah will join Sawyer Brown for 12 dates in Canada at the end of the tour, running from Oct. 17-Nov. 2.

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2024 marks the 40th anniversary of Swayer Brown winning Star Search, which launched the band's career. The group went on to place a long string of hits in the '80s and '90s that includes "Step That Step," "The Walk," "Some Girls Do," "Thank God for You," "Treat Her Right" and more.

Sawyer Brown will release a new album titled Desperado Troubadours on March 8. Blake Shelton produced the new project.

Shenandoah also enjoyed a string of hits in the late '80s and '90s, including "The Church on Cumberland Road," "Two Dozen Roses," "Next to You, Next to Me," "If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)" and more. The group released a new song, "Revival," in 2023, as well as a new recording of "Two Dozen Roses" featuring Luke Combs.

See below for a list of tour dates for Sawyer Brown and Shenandoah in 2024.

Sawyer Brown 2024 40th Anniversary Tour Dates With Shenandoah:

April 18 — Big Spring, Texas @Tate’s Place Benefit
April 19 — San Antonio, Texas @Stable Hall
April 27 — East Grand Forks, Minn. @East Grand Forks Civic Center
May 1 — Orange Park, Fla. @Thrasher-Horne Center
May 3 — Lagrange, Ga. @Sweetland Amphitheatre
May 4 — Weirsdale, Fla. @Orange Blossom Opry
May 11 — Nevada, Iowa @Nevada Pizza Pie-Looza
May 18 — New Zion, S.C. @Palmetto Pickle Music Festival
May 24 — Van Buren, Mo. @Hellbenders on the Current
May 25 — Denham Springs, La. @Cajun Country Jam 2024
May 31 — Batesville, Miss. @Batesville Civic Center
June 1 — Greers Ferry, Ark. @Greers Ferry City Park
June 6 — Nashville, Tenn. @CMA Fest
June 7 — Henderson, Tenn. @Williams Auditorium
June 8 — Franklin, Ohio @JD Legends
June 14 — Winthrop, Iowa @Winthrop Days
June 15 — Cumberland, Mary. @Wing-Off and Music Festival
June 20 — South Greenfield, Mo. @Baker-Spain Party in the Pasture
June 22 — Grand Junction, Colo. @Country Jam
June 26 — Cadott, Wisc. @Country Fest Cadott
June 28 — Cresco, Iowa @Howard County Fairgrounds
June 29 — Redwood Falls, Minn. @Vicki’s Camp N Country Jam
July 3 — Quarryville, Pa. @Country Freedom Fest
July 5 — Hays, Kans. @Wild West Festival
July 6 — Rich Hill, Mo. @Rich Hill July 4th Festival
July 11 — Anderson, Ind. @Paramount Theatre
July 12 — Fisher, Ill. @Fisher Community Fair
July 13 — Columbus, Neb. @Platte County Fair
July 20 — Brooklyn, Mich. @Faster Horses Festival
July 24 — Minot, N.D. @North Dakota State Fairgrounds
July 26 — Owensville, Mo. @Gasconade County Fair
July 27 — Mendon, Ill. @Adams County Fair
Aug. 1 — Wabash, Ind. @Honeywell Center
Aug. 2 — Trenton, Mo. @Black Silo Winery
Aug. 3 — Corvallis, Ore. @Benton County Fair & Rodeo
Aug. 7 — North Omak, Wash. @Omak Stampede Arena
Aug. 8 — Grants Pass, Ore. @Josephine County Fairgrounds
Aug. 9 — John Day, Ore. @Grant County Fairgrounds
Aug. 14 — Aberdeen, S.D. @Brown County Fairgrounds
Aug. 30 — Tulsa, Okla. @Skyline Event Center
Sept. 5 — Puyallup, Wash. @Washington State Fair
Sept. 8 — Grass Valley, Calif. @The Center for the Arts
Sept. 13 — Helena, Mon. @Lewis & Clark County Fairgrounds
Oct. 17 — Edmonton, AB, CAN. @Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium^
Oct. 18 — Red Deer, AB, CAN. @Peavey Mart Centrium^
Oct. 19 — Saskatoon, SK, CAN. @Sasktel Centre^
Oct. 21 — Prince George, BC, CAN. @CN Centre^
Oct. 22 — Kelowna, BC, CAN. @Prospera Place^
Oct. 24 — Calgary, AB, CAN. @Winsport Event Centre^
Oct. 25 — Lethbridge, AB, CAN. @Enmax Centre^
Oct. 26 — Moose Jaw, SK, CAN. @Moose Jaw Events Centre^
Oct. 27 — Brandon, MB, CAN. @Keystone Centre^
Oct. 30 — Peterborough, ON, CAN. @Peterborough Memorial Centre^
Nov. 1 — Windsor, ON, CAN. @The Colosseum^
Nov. 2 — Kitchener, ON, CAN. @Centre in the Square^

^With Shenandoah

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