Walker Hayes has announced the cities and dates for a new tour that will put him in nearly 30 U.S. cities in 2019.

The "90's Country" singer will launch the Dream On It Tour on Jan. 31 in Houston, and he'll travel to shows all over the country on a tour that focuses heavily on the South and the heartland before wrapping up in Boise, Idaho on May 4. Fillmore will join him on most of the dates as his support act.

Hayes turned to his fans for help in naming the upcoming road trek, soliciting suggestions through a contest he posted to social media. The singer personally chose the winning suggestion from thousands of entries, and the winning fan and a guest will get to attend the show of their choice during the tour and have dinner with Hayes and his band.

“I’m so jacked to announce my Dream On It Tour and get back on the road," Hayes says in a press release. "Thank you to my fans for working so hard to help me pick the perfect tour name. Y’all have been involved since the beginning, so it only seemed fitting to have y’all be part of it."

After a failed record deal and a stint working at Costco to support his family, Hayes became one of the most inspiring success stories in country music in 2017 with "You Broke Up With Me," which gave him his first Top 10 hit. His current single, "90's Country," is the first fans have heard of a new project that has yet to be announced.

Tickets for Hayes' 2019 Dream On It Tour go on sale via the singer's website on Friday (Nov. 16) at 10AM CT. There will also be VIP packages available that include a meet and greet and photo opportunity, a Q&A session and two-song acoustic performance and more.

Walker Hayes, 2019 Dream on It Tour Dates:

Jan. 31 — Houston, Texas @ House of Blues Houston
Feb. 1 — Dallas, Texas @ House of Blues Dallas
Feb. 2 — Baton Rouge, La. @ Texas Club
Feb. 8 — Lake Buena Vista, Fla. @ The Block
Feb. 22 — Rosemont, Ill. @ Joe’s Live
Feb. 23 — Grand Rapids, Mich. @ Elevation at The Intersection
Feb. 28 — Ashwaubenon, Wisc. @ Green Bay Distillery
March 1 — Madison, Wisc. @ Majestic Theatre
March 2 — Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly’s
March 5 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Mercy Lounge
March 7 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Buckhead Theatre
March 8 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Iron City
March 14 — Rocky Mount, Va. @ Harvester Performance Center
March 15 — North Myrtle Beach, S.C. @ House of Blues Myrtle Beach
March 21 — Silver Spring, Md. @ The Fillmore
March 22 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ The TLA
March 23 — Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues Boston
April 11 — Columbus, Ohio @ Newport Music Hall
April 12 — Knoxville, Tenn. @ The Mill & Mine
April 13 — Greensboro, N.C. @ Cone Denim Entertainment Center
April 26 — Denver, Colo. @ Grizzly Rose *
April 27 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot
April 29 — San Martin, Calif. @ Clos La Chance Winery
April 30 — Sacramento, Calif. @ Ace of Spades
May 2 — Seattle, Wash. @ Showbox
May 3 — Spokane, Wash. @ The Knitting Factory
May 4 — Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory Concert House
* without Filmore

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