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Sugarland Announces Tour Dates, Opening Acts

Sugarland photo by Jennifer Tzar, courtesy of UMG Nashville.

Sugarland will continue their successful 2010 The Incredible Machine Tour into 2011 with a varied group of opening acts. Country group Little Big Town will bring their gorgeous harmonies to the tour, with pop artists Sara Bareilles (“Love Song”) and Matt Nathanson (“Come On Get Higher”) also on the bill. Each opening act will perform in selected cities.

The Incredible Machine Tour was one of Pollstar’s Top 50 North American Tours of 2010. If you didn’t see it last year, here’s a look at what you missed.

The 2011 tour kicks off in Houston, TX on March 3 and visits over 59 cities nationwide. Remember, tour dates could change, so check Sugarland’s official website for the latest information.

Tour Dates and Markets:
3/3                   Houston, TX
3/4                   North Little Rock, AR
3/5                   Tulsa, OK
3/10                 Greenville, SC
3/11                 North Charleston, SC
3/12                 Jacksonville, FL
3/17                 Grand Rapids, MI
3/18                 Bloomington, IL
3/19                 Sioux City, IA
4/14                 Pensacola, FL
4/15                 Tuscaloosa, AL
4/16                 Nashville, TN
5/5                   Evansville, IN
5/6                   Chicago, IL
5/7                   Minneapolis, MN
5/13                 Cleveland, OH
5/14                 Camden, NJ
5/15                 Pittsburgh, PA
5/20                 Boston, MA
5/21                 Holmdel, NJ
5/22                 Columbia, MD
5/26                 Lubbock, TX
5/27                 San Antonio, TX
5/28                 Baton Rouge, LA
6/16                 Charleston, WV
6/17                 Roanoke Rapids, NC
6/18                 Scranton, PA
6/23                 Augusta, GA
6/24                 Choctaw, MS
6/25                 Thackerville, OK
7/8                   Darien Lake, NY
7/9                   Detroit, MI
7/15                 Calgary, AB
7/16                 Craven, SK
7/18                 Everett, WA
7/22                 Paso Robles, CA
7/23                 San Diego, CA
7/25                 Los Angeles, CA
7/26                 Los Angeles, CA
8/5                   Detroit Lakes, MN
8/6                   Omaha, NE
8/7                   Kansas City, MO
8/12                 Rockford, IL
8/13                 Indianapolis, IN
8/14                 Des Moines, IA
8/18                 Albuquerque, NM
8/19                 Denver, CO
8/20                 Salt Lake City, UT
8/25                 Sacramento, CA
8/27                 Las Vegas, NV
9/2                   Allentown, PA
9/3                   Syracuse, NY
9/4                   Essex Junction, VT
10/6                 Knoxville, TN
10/7                 St. Louis, MO
10/8                 Wichita, KS
10/14               Uncasville, CT
10/15               Uncasville, CT
10/20               Orlando, FL
10/21               Tallahassee, FL
10/22               Atlanta, GA

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