News

George Strait to close out his final tour

George Strait to close out his final tour

George Strait performs at the 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7, 2013. Photo: Associated Press/Chris Pizzello

Country legend George Strait will wrap up his final tour at one of America’s most impressive venues – the Dallas Cowboys’ AT&T Stadium in Texas.

The singer announced the extended dates of his two-year-long farewell tour extension on Monday in Dallas, insisting he will retire from the road after the Texas show, which will be scheduled in the coming days.

The confirmed final shows of The Cowboy Rides Again trek will begin in Bossier City, Louisiana on January 9, and end at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Massachusetts on May 31. The AT&T Stadium show will take place shortly after that.

Strait will be joined on the road by top-line opening acts, including Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Merle Haggard, Jason Aldean and Sheryl Crow.

Recent Headlines

3 hours ago in Local

Bothell high school teacher recovers after attack

empty classroom

A Bothell high school teacher who was attacked in his classroom says he's recovering and hopes to return to the classroom as soon as possible.

3 hours ago in Local

Bellis Fair responds to complaints from Canadian shoppers about “at par” shopping

Bellis

Some Canadians are complaining about Bellis Fair Mall stores that didn't accept their dollar at par, despite a promotion saying they would.

3 hours ago in Local

Bodies of missing Arlington couple found near Oso

john-tony-reed

Human remains are found near Oso where Snohomish County investigators believe Monique Patenaude and her husband, Patrick Shunn went missing last month.

3 hours ago in Local

Small fire burns Custer-area flower farm

wildfire

Flames appear to destroy a small out building.

3 hours ago in Local

Bellingham woman pleads guilty to attemped murder

handcuffs

Esmeralda Martin who agreed to help her boyfriend murder a man pleads guilty.