Brad Paisley is having so much fun on his H20 World Tour, he's decided to continue the splashy celebration. The Grammy winner just announced he will extend the tour through November 20, adding 13 more shows to the 45 dates already on the books.

The tour, which includes friends Darius Rucker and Justin Moore as opening acts, has a much larger purpose than just giving fans a good time.

"It's not all fun and games," Brad tells The Boot about his water-themed show, "There's obviously going to be fun and games with the Chevy simulators and the fishing thing and the dunking booth for DJs and all of that, but then there's a booth that talks about water charities. That was my intent in the beginning, to make this thing more important than just a bunch of people getting drunk on the lawn every night."

The next leg of the tour, which is sponsored by Chevy, includes shows from Connecticut to California, as well as several Canadian dates. Click here for upcoming tour dates.

In other Brad news, the singer is releasing an album of some of his best-known tunes, called 'Hits Alive,' in November. He's also rumored to be working on an album of all-new music as well. His latest single, 'Anything Like Me,' is currently in the Top 30 and climbing.