Gavin DeGraw and David Cook Announce Co-Headlining Tour Dates
If a singer/songwriter concert extravaganza is your idea of a good time, you won’t want to miss this tour. ‘Not Over You’ and ‘Chariot’ hitmaker Gavin DeGraw is hitting the road with ‘American Idol‘ winner David Cook, and luckily, the tour dates hit all over the board, from Pennsylvania to Oklahoma, California, Ohio, Nevada and back again.
The pair will hit stages across the US with Carolina Liar opening the shows, which really pulls together a perfect line-up for fans of the soulful genre. While a press release outlining the dates doesn’t say which of the two — DeGraw or Cook — will perform first, we’d be willing to wager that they’ll keep the joint tour mixed up nightly.
For DeGraw, this co-headline is a real victory, being that it’s his first time to front a tour since being brutally attacked back in early August. Though he just wrapped a huge stint with Maroon 5 and Train, the pop hitmaker had to cancel several dates in order to recover from his injuries. His new album, ‘Sweeter,’ impacts on Sept. 20.
As for Cook, he dropped his album, ‘This Loud Morning,’ back in June, and is currently riding the success of its first two singles, ‘Fade Into Me’ and ‘The Last Goodbye.’ Since winning ‘AI’ back in Season 7, Cook has proven himself in the industry, bringing an ever-growing hardcore fanbase along for the ride.
Tickets for the Gavin DeGraw/David Cook tour go on sale on Sept. 16.
Gavin DeGraw/David Cook Tour Dates:
10/9 – State College, Pa. | Penn State
10/10 – Columbus, Ohio | Newport Music Hall
10/11 – St. Louis, Mo. | The Pageant
10/13 – Tulsa, Okla. | Cain’s Ballroom
10/15 – Denver, Colorado | Ogden Theatre
10/17 – Boise, Idaho | Knitting Factory
10/18 – Seattle, Wash. | Showbox Sodo
10/20 – Santa Rosa, Calif. | Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
10/21 – Reno, Nevada | Silver Legacy Resort Casino
10/23 – Phoenix, A.Z. | Arizona State Fair
10/24 – San Diego, Calif. | Humphrey’s
10/26 – Pomona, Calif. | The Fox Theatre
10/29 – Houston, Texas | Arena Theatre
10/30 – Austin, Texas | ACL Live
11/1 – Grand Prairie, Texas | Verizon Theatre
11/2 – Memphis, Tenn. | Minglewood Hall
11/4 – Winston-Salem, N.C. | Wake Forest University
11/5 – York, Pa. | Pullo Center
11/6 – Cleveland, Ohio | Palace Theatre at Playhouse Square Center
11/7 – Cincinnati, Ohio | The Taft Theatre
11/9 – Greenville, S.C. | Peace Center
11/10 – Athena, Ga. | The Classic Center