Dylan Scott Announces “Nothing to Do Town” Tour

Dylan Scott Announces “Nothing to Do Town” Tour

Dylan Scott will hit the road in 2019 for his Nothing to Do Town Tour.

Kicking off on Jan. 17 in New York City, the 17-date tour will make additional stops in Boston, Detroit, Nashville, Atlanta and more. Seth Ennis will serve as the opener.

“This has been such an incredible year for me filled with nonstop touring, and seeing the great response from fans and radio keeps me going,” said Dylan. “I’m thankful to live this dream every single day and am really excited to be back on the road for the Nothing to Do Town Tour. On this run, I’ll get to perform at some really cool venues in all different cities and I’m pumped to bring my buddy Seth Ennis along for the ride.”

Tickets go on sale on Sept. 21.

Nothing to Do Town Tour

Jan. 17 / New York, NY / Gramercy Theatre
Jan. 18 / Boston, MA / Paradise Rock Club
Jan. 19 / Silver Spring, MD / The Fillmore Silver Spring
Jan. 24 / Cincinnati, OH / Bogart’s
Jan. 25 / Cleveland, OH / House of Blues
Jan. 26 / Indianapolis, IN / Deluxe at Old National Centre
Jan. 31 / Detroit, MI / Saint Andrew’s Hall
Feb. 1 / Grand Rapids, MI / The Intersection
Feb. 2 / Minneapolis, MN / Varsity Theater
Feb. 7 / Rosemont, IL / Joe’s Live
Feb. 9 / Louisville, KY / Mercury Ballroom
Feb. 14 / Nashville, TN / The Cannery Ballroom
Feb. 15 / Raleigh, NC / The Ritz Theatre
Feb. 16 / Atlanta, GA / Buckhead Theatre
Feb. 21 / Orlando, FL / House of Blues
Feb. 22 / Myrtle Beach, SC / House of Blues
Feb. 23 / Charlotte, NC / The Fillmore

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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