Midland Announces Let It Roll Tour

Midland's fall 2019 tour will visit two Indiana cities.

(Undated)  --  Midland is following the release of its sophomore album with a tour. 

The trio announced their Let It Roll tour, which kicks off in New York City on September 17th. 

Their album with the same name drops just three weeks earlier, on August 23rd. 

Tour tickets go on sale this Friday. 


Midland's 2019 Let it Roll Tour Dates:

Sept. 17 -- New York, N.Y.
Sept. 20 --  Oklahoma City, Okla.
Sept. 25 -- Honolulu, Hawaii
Sept. 28 -- Sydney, Australia*
Sept. 29 -- Brisbane, Australia*
Oct. 4 -- Pokolbin, Australia**
Oct. 6 -- Melbourne, Australia**
Oct. 11 -- Midland, Texas
Oct. 12 -- El Paso, Texas
Oct. 17 -- Phoenix, Ariz.
Oct. 19 -- Tucson, Ariz.
Oct. 24 -- Clear Lake, Iowa
Oct.25 -- Sioux City, Iowa
Nov. 1 -- Salt Lake City, Utah
Nov. 2 -- Reno, Nev.
Nov. 7 -- Madison, Wisc.
Nov. 8 -- Indianapolis, Ind.
Nov. 9 -- Fort Wayne, Ind.

* C2C Festival Dates

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