WNY Is Excited As Chris Stapleton Makes Big Announcement
Chris Stapleton is coming to Western New York and everyone is freaking out excited right now. Social media exploded when Chris Stapleton announced on Friday morning that he will be extending his All-American Road Show this year. When is Chris Stapleton playing at CMAC? Who is opening the show? We have all the details for you here!
The original tour was announced almost 2 years ago but was canceled because of COVID. Now, most of those cities whose concerts were canceled are back on the calendar AND Stapleton added a ton more dates, especially in the Northeast, including in Canandaigua at CMAC!
Now, people are getting a little confused about who will be opening up the Chris Stapleton show at CMAC. There are different openers for different legs of the tour, but some thought ALL of these acts were coming to every city. Maybe the name 'All American Road Show' threw people off, but that is not the case. Here are all of the details for the show at CMAC!
August 17, 2021
Opening the show will be Elle King who is climbing the country charts with her duet with Miranda Lambert called 'Drunk (And I Don't Want To Go Home), crossover hits like 'Ex's and Oh's'. Madeline Edwards rose to fame when she got the opportunity to sing on the CMA stage for the historic moment with Mickey Guyton and Brittney Spencer singing the powerful anthem 'Love My Hair'.
Here are the other openers that you will see on other dates of the American Road Show 2022: Dwight Yoakam, Elle King, The Highwomen, Madeline Edwards, Margo Price, Marty Stuart, Mavis Staples, Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs, Morgane Wade, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Sheryl Crow, Willie Nelson & Friends, & Yola.
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