Carrie Underwood’s Blown Away Tour Adds 2013 North American Leg
She had international fans blown away this summer, and Carrie Underwood will be returning stateside in 2013 for the North American leg of her Blown Away Tour. The 40-date run starts February 13 in Colorado Springs, Colorado and will hit arenas across the US and Canada before finishing up in Edmonton, Alberta on May 18. One dollar from each ticket sold goes to Red Cross disaster relief.
But if you can’t wait that long to get your fill of Carrie, you can see her Thursday (November 1) co-hosting the CMA Awards with Brad Paisley. It’s the pair’s fifth time hosting, and Underwood is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year. Click through for the full list of her 2013 dates.
Carrie Underwood Blown Away Tour 2013 dates
February 13 — Colorado Springs, CO (Colorado Springs World Arena) February 14 — Broomfield, CO (1STBANK Center) February 17 — Boise, ID (Taco Bell Arena) February 19 — Billings, MT (MetraPark) February 21 — Spokane, WA (Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena) February 22 — Yakima, WA (Yakima Sundome) February 25 — Oakland, CA (Oracle Arena) February 26 — Stockton, CA (Stockton Arena) March 2 — Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay Events Center) March 3 — Ontario, CA (Citizens Business Bank Arena) March 5 — Fresno, CA (Save Mart Center) March 8 — Rio Rancho, NM (Santa Ana Star Center) March 21 — Richmond, VA (Richmond Coliseum) March 23 — Roanoke, VA (Roanoke Civic Center) March 25 — Hershey, PA (Giant Center) March 26 — Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Center) March 28 — Hamilton, ON (Copps Coliseum) March 30 — Kingston, ON (K-Rock Centre) April 2 — St. John, NB (Harbour Station) April 9 — Portland, ME (Cumberland County Civic Center) April 11 — Youngstown, (OH Covelli Centre) April 13 — Lansing, MI (Breslin Student Events Center) April 14 — Ft. Wayne, IN (Allen County Memorial Coliseum) April 16 — Greenville, SC (BiLo Center) April 17 — Columbia, SC (Colonial Life Arena) April 19 — Augusta, GA (James Brown Arena) April 20 — Jacksonville, FL (Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena) April 23 — Houston, TX (Toyota Center) April 25 — San Antonio, TX (Freeman Coliseum) April 27 — Cedar Park, TX (Cedar Park Center) April 29 — Lafayette, LA (Cajundome) May 2 — Bloomington, IL (U.S. Cellular Coliseum) May 3 — Milwaukee, WI (BMO Harris Bradley Center) May 5 — Toledo, OH (Huntington Center) May 8 — Charleston, WV (Charleston Civic Center) May 10 — Rockford, IL (BMO Harris Bank Center) May 12 — Omaha, NE (CenturyLink Center) May 13 — Sioux City, IA (Tyson Events Center) May 15 — Winnipeg, MB (MTS Centre) May 18 — Edmonton, AB (Rexall Place)