Nashville, Tenn. (May 30, 2024) — Legendary GRAMMY® Award-winning country group Shenandoah today announced its 2024 Two Dozen Roses Tour. The national roadshow pays homage to the band’s 1989 No. 1 Billboard hit of the same name.
 
The first leg of the 50+ live concert tour includes Country Thunder Bristol with Cody Johnson and Country Thunder Saskatchewan with Nickelback and Luke Combs. Later in the year Shenandoah will journey northward for its first-ever Canadian tour, performing 10+ dates alongside Sawyer Brown
 
“What has happened in the last year and a half with ‘Two Dozen Roses’ has been unbelievable,” says Shenandoah lead singer Marty Raybon. “To even believe that it’s bigger today than when we first released it in 1989 shows the power of songs that stand the test of time. It’s certainly one of the biggest things going on in our world right now so it only makes sense to call the tour ‘Two Dozen Roses.'”
 
Shenandoah recently made headlines with a newly-recorded version of “Two Dozen Roses,” featuring vocals from reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year, Luke Combs. Upon its release, the duet quickly rose to No. 1 on the iTunes All Genre and Country charts  — marking Shenandoah’s first chart topper in 30 years. Download / stream the song HERE.
 
“Iconic group. Iconic song,” shares Combs on the hit collab. “Complete honor to sing on this one, Shenandoah! Thank y’all for having me.”
 
Shenandoah’s Two Dozen Roses Tour kicks-off May 31 in Pigeon Forge, TN at the Country Tonite Theatre. 
 
Shenandoah 2024 Two Dozen Roses Tour Dates:
Note: visit shenandoahband.com for venues, on-sale dates and ticket information
 
May 31 – Pigeon Forge, TN
June 1 – Ft. Payne, AL
June 6 – Nashville, TN
June 14 – Twin Harbor, MN
June 15 – Richmond, MN
June 22 – Sullivan, MO
June 25 – Nashville, TN
June 26 – Lincolnton, NC
June 28 – Bristol, TN
June 29 – Eden, NC
July 4 – Russellville, AL
July 6 – Greenville, IL
July 13 – Craven, SK
July 18 – Tuscumbia, AL
July 20 – Gail, TX
July 22 – Savory, WY
July 26 – Indianola, IA
Aug 2 – La Vernia, TX
Aug 4 – Tomball, TX
Aug 8 – Albany, GA
Aug 9 – Altoona, AL
Aug 10 – Courtland, VA
Aug 17 – McMinnville, TN
Aug 23 – Mt. Vernon, KY
Aug 30 – Millersport, OH
Aug 31 – Farmington, PA
Sept 14 – Columbus, TX
Sept 19 – Pensacola, FL
Sept 20 – Hiawassee, GA
Sept 21 – Henderson, TN
Sept 28 – Radcliff, KY
Oct 3 – Tomball, TX
Oct 5 – Ennis, TX
Oct 12 – Angleton, TX
Oct 17 – Edmonton, AB*
Oct 18 – Red Deer, AB*
Oct 19 – Saskatoon, SK*
Oct 21 – Prince George, BC*
Oct 22 – Kelowna, BC*
Oct 24 – Calgary, AB*
Oct 25 – Lethbridge, AB*
Oct 26 – Moose Jaw, SK*
Oct 27 – Brandon, MB*
Oct 30 – Peterborough, ON*
Nov 1 – Windsor, ON*
Nov 2 – Kitchener, ON*
Nov 9 – Naylor, MO
Nov 16 – Liberty, NC
Nov 21 – Shipshewana, IN
*With Sawyer Brown

 
About Shenandoah
Shenandoah originally formed in Muscle Shoals, Alabama in 1985. The band has charted 26 singles on the Billboard Hot Country charts, including #1 hits “The Church on Cumberland Road,” “Sunday in the South” and “Two Dozen Roses” from 1989, “Next to You, Next to Me” from 1990, and “If Bubba Can Dance (I Can Too)” from 1994. The single “Somewhere in the Vicinity of the Heart,” which featured guest vocals from Alison Krauss, won both artists a GRAMMY® Award for “Best Country Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.” To date, the group has sold millions of albums worldwide.
 
For more information, visit shenandoahband.com

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