Rascal Flatts haven't revealed many details about their touring plans for next year, but they did share one important piece of information -- who they will be sharing the bill with.

"We'll start in the summer, for sure," Gary LeVox tells Charlotte, N.C., radio station WSOC. "I know we got Scotty McCreery going with us. We're still undecided on the opening act, but it's going to be a great, great tour."

The trio, who wrapped up their Rewind Tour in October, is storming up the charts with their latest single, 'Riot,' from their 'Rewind' album. The song, LeVox admits, was a pleasant surprise when they listened to the message.

"When we heard it, we were expecting to hear an uptempo kind of thing," he says. "When I first heard the song ... I thought of my Mom. Who's that one person that you would be absolutely broken if you didn't have in your life? It was good that it didn't have to be your significant other, the person that you are in a relationship with. The people who have heard it ... have been people that have loved ones overseas in the military, and that kind of stuff, so it's kind of taken a life of its own."

Before the Flatts kick off their next tour, they'll perform in Las Vegas as part of a nine-show residency, from Feb. 25 to March 14.