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Carrie Underwood’s “Carnival Ride Tour” Continues With More Dates Added in June!

04/03/08

June Shows Will Feature Opening Act Jason Michael Carroll

NASHVILLE – (April 3, 2008) – Carrie Underwood’s headline tour, the “Carnival Ride Tour,” will continue with an additional run of shows in the month of June and will feature opening act Jason Michael Carroll. The tour launched February 18 and all shows to date have been sell-outs.

Underwood wraps her co-headline dates with Keith Urban April 26 in Lexington, KY on the “Love, Pain, & The whole crazy Carnival Ride Tour” while Josh Turner, special guest on the “Carnival Ride Tour,” closes out his run of shows May 28.

Underwood’s current album Carnival Ride, which contains her #1 co-written smash hits “So Small” and “All-American Girl,” was certified double-platinum within 2 months of its release. Her debut album, Some Hearts, was recently certified 7x-Platinum, becoming the best-selling solo female country debut in RIAA history. With this certification, Some Hearts now also surpasses all other releases as the all-time U.S. top-selling album by any American Idol contestant

Billboard’s Top New Country Artist of 2007, Arista Nashville recording artist Jason Michael Carroll exploded onto the scene with the release of his first album, Waitin’ in the Country, which debuted at #1 in its first week on the country album chart. Having drawn praise from such outlets as USA Today, the Los Angeles Times, and many more, Carroll kicked off 2008 with his debut performance on Good Morning America. With back-to-back Top 5 singles to his credit (“Alyssa Lies” and “Livin’ Our Love Song”), Carroll is currently Top-40-and-climbing with his latest hit, “I Can Sleep When I’m Dead.”

A current list of “Carnival Ride Tour” dates are below. Please go to the “Tour”section for more information.

4/4 – Columbus,OH – Schottenstein Center
4/9 – Baltimore, MD – 1st Mariner Arena
4/10 – Charlottesville, VA – John Paul Jones Arena
4/11 – Charleston, WV – Civic Center
4/12 – State College, PA – Bryce Jordan Center
4/17 – N.Charleston, SC – N.Charleston Coliseum
4/18 – Charlotte, NC – Bobcats Arena
4//19 – Raleigh, NC – RBC Center
4/21 – Dekalb, IL – Convocation Center @NIU
4/22 – Peoria, IL – Peoria Civic Center
4/24 – Gwinnett, GA – Gwinnett Arena
4/25 – Gwinnett, GA – Gwinnett Arena
4/26 – Lexington, KY – Rupp Arena
4/29 – Wichita Falls, TX – Kay Yaeger Coliseum
4/30 – Amarillo, TX – Amarillo Civic Center
5/2 – Tucson, AZ – Tucson Arena
5/4 – Indio, CA – Stagecoach Festiva
5/6 – El Paso, TX – UTEP Don Hasins Center
5/7 – Lubbock, TX – United Spirit Arena
5/11 – N. Little Rock, AR – Alltel Arena
5/13 – Colorado Springs, CO – World Spring Arena
5/14 – Casper, WY – Casper Events Center
5/15 – Bozeman, MT – Brick Breedan Fieldhouse
5/19 – Reno, NV – Reno Events Center
5/23 – Yakima, WA – Yakima SunValley Dome
5/24 – Spokane, WA – Star Theater @ Spokane Arena
5/25 – Nampa, ID – Idaho Center
5/28 – Fresno, CA – SaveMart Center
6/1 – Waxahachie, TX – Country Thunder Festival
6/8 – Cape Girardeau, MO – Show Me Center
6/10 – Toledo, OH – Seagate Convention Center
6/11 – Youngstown, OH – Chevrolet Center
6/12 – Reading, PA – Sovereign Center
6/14 – Huntington, WV – Big Sandy Superstore Arena
6/15 – Greenville, SC – Bi Lo Center
6/17 – Birmingham, AL – BJCC Arena
6/18 – Lafayette, LA – Cajundome
6/20 – Mobile, AL – Mobile Civic
6/21 – Beaumont, TX – Ford Park Event Center
6/22 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
6/24 – Corpus Christi, TX – American Bank Center

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