Concerts are back and artists are gearing up for a busy summer after taking a year off because of the COVID-19 pandemic. With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions artists have booked a full schedule of concerts in 2021 making up shows booked in 2020 and announcing new tour dates for 2021.  With a lack of major venues in the Berkshires music lovers will have to travel to New York, Connecticut or eastern Mass to take in some of the major acts on tour.

Here’s a list of some of the biggest country shows booked for 2021…

7/8/21          Luke Bryan              St. Josephs Health Amphitheater - Syracuse NY

7/10/21        Luke Bryan             Xfinity Center - Mansfield MA

7/16/21        Luke Bryan             Xfinity Theater - Hartford CT

7/29/21        Lady A                    Mohegan Sun

8/5/21          Dustin Lynch           Mohegan Sun

8/8/21          Zac Brown Band      Fenway Park - Boston

8/13/21        Tanya Tucker          The Egg – Albany NY

8/21/20        Thomas Rhett         Xfinity Center - Hartford CT

7/30/21        Dwight Yoakam       Albany Civic Center – Albany NY

9/1/21          Big & Rich              Mohegan Sun

9/12/21        Outlaw Music Fest   SPAC – Albany NY

9/23/21        Chris Stapleton       Bethel Woods Center for the Arts - Bethel NY

10/3/21        Zac Brown Band      SPAC – Albany NY

10/3/21        Toby Keith              Mohegan Sun

10/8/21        Fla Georgia Line      Xfinity Center - Hartford CT

10/9/21        Lady A                   Times Union Center – Albany NY

10/11/21      Dan & Shay            Mohegan Sun

10/30/21      Brothers Osborne    Palace Theater – Albany NY

12/2/21        Luke Combs            TD Garden – Boston MA

12/4/21        Eric Church             USB Arena - Elmont NY

12/7/21        Dan & Shay            TD Garden – Boston MA

Some of these shows are rescheduled events from 2020 and may have limited ticket availability.  For additional information and to purchase available tickets click on these ticket agency links.

Ticketmaster

VividSeats

StubHub

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