Little Big Town will be 'Day Drinking' in a city near you this fall

Little Big Town will be 'Day Drinking' in a city near you this fall

By Julianne Cassidy. CREATED Aug 25, 2014

Mark your calendars, day drinkers!

Little Big Town's sixth studio album, "Pain Killer," is slated for an Oct. 21 release, featuring first single, "Day Drinking."

The Grammy award-winning country group -- Karen Fairchild, Jimi Westbrook, Phillip Sweet, and Kimberly Schlapman -- is also going on the Pain Killer Tour this fall to support the album.

Tour dates across 13 cities nationwide begin in Youngstown, Ohio, on Nov. 8 and finish on Dec. 13 in Rockford, Illinois.

"The band is so stoked about this record that we've been playing new songs all summer," Jimi says in a statement. "We can't wait to play the whole thing, along with our hits the fans know and love this November."

Brett Eldredge and Brothers Osborne are scheduled as support acts on the tour.

“We are so excited to share 'Pain Killer' and get on the road for this tour,” Karen adds in a statement. “Kimberly, Phillip, Jimi and I are thrilled to have such amazing openers in Brett and Brothers. … We're big fans.” 

For the first time ever, Little Big Town fans will have two limited VIP packages available, including meet and greets. Click here for additional information.

The Pain Killer Tour dates are scheduled as follows:


11/8  Youngstown, Ohio  Covelli Centre

11/9  Cincinnati, Ohio  Bank of Kentucky Center

11/13  Roanoke, Virginia  Salem Civic Center

11/14  Knoxville, Tennessee  Knoxville Civic Coliseum

11/15  Atlanta  Fox Theatre

11/20  Denver  1st Bank Center  

11/21  Wichita, Kansas  Hartman Arena

11/22  Dallas  Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie

12/4  Detroit  Masonic Temple Detroit

12/5  Chicago  Rosemont Theatre

12/6  Mt. Pleasant, Michigan  Soaring Eagle (*Brett Eldredge only!)

12/12  Rochester, Minnesota  Mayo Civic Center Arena

12/13  Rockford, Illinois  BMO Harris Bank Center

Julianne Cassidy

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A city girl gone country, Philadelphia-bred journalist Julianne Cassidy relocated to be a Nashville-based digital editor for Scripps Media, Inc.