Lee Brice and Justin Moore may just be country fans' new favorite duo: The two will begin 2017 by hitting the road for a co-headlining tour.

Kicking off on Jan. 12 in Indianapolis, Ind., the American Made Tour will hit just over two dozen cities in a little more than two months. Moore is currently wrapping up a string of dates with Brantley Gilbert on the Take It Outside Tour, and Brice spent some of 2016 on the road with Maddie & TaeClare Dunn and Jerrod Niemann for the Life Off My Years Tour (after original tourmate Tyler Farr had to drop out).

"It's very exciting to get back out there as a headliner," Moore tells Rolling Stone. "To be able to do it with my buddy Lee is even more exciting. I've been a fan of his for a long time. It's gonna definitely be a party every night."

Moore's set will likely include plenty of songs from his latest album, Kinda Don't Carewhich was released in August. And, of course, Brice will be performing hits such as "I Drive Your Truck," along with new material that he's been working on for his next album. The "I Don't Dance" singer says that this tour, above all else, is all about that fans.

"When we put this tour together, we thought about the fans first," says Brice. "I love playing live, but what's even more fun is interacting with the amazing people in the audience. That's what it's all about."

Country newcomers William Michael Morgan and Brett Young will serve as openers for the 2017 American Made Tour. The trek will wrap up on March 24 in Jackson, Miss. Check out a full list of tour dates below, and head over to Brice and Moore's websites for more information on tickets.

Lee Brice and Justin Moore, 2017 American Made Tour Dates:

Jan. 12 – Indianapolis, Ind. @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse *
Jan. 13 – La Crosse, Wis. @ La Crosse Center *
Jan. 14 – Rosemont, Ill. @ Rosemont Theatre *
Jan. 19 – Corbin, Ky. @ Arena *
Jan. 20 - Columbia, S.C. @ Colonia Life Arena
Jan. 21 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Fox Theatre *
Jan. 26 – Jacksonville, Fla. @ Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena *
Jan. 27 – Fayetteville, N.C. @ Crown Coliseum *
Jan. 28 – Macon, Ga. @ Macon Centreplex Coliseum *
Feb. 2 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Peterson Events Center, University of Pittsburgh *
Feb. 3 – Fairfax, Va. @ EagleBank Arena *
Feb. 4 – Greensboro, N.C. @ Greensboro Coliseum Complex *
Feb. 9 – Canton, Ohio @ Canton Memorial Civic Center *
Feb. 10 – Highland Heights, Ky. @ BB&T Arena *
Feb. 11 – Bloomington, Ill. @ U.S. Cellular Coliseum *
Feb. 23 – Murray, Ky. @ CFSB Center *
Feb. 24 - Kalamazoo, Mich. @ Wings Event Center
Feb. 25 – Milwaukee, Wis. @ Milwaukee Theater *
March 2 – Independence, Mo. @ Silverstein Eye Centers Arena *
March 3 – St. Louis, Mo. @ Chaifetz Arena *
March 16 – Des Moines, Iowa @ Iowa Events Center *
March 17 – Salina, Kan. @ Bicentennial Center *
March 18 – Loveland, Colo. @ Budweiser Events Center *
March 23 – Huntsville, Ala. @ Von Braun Center **
March 24 – Jackson, Miss. @ Mississippi Coliseum **

* with William Michael Morgan
** with Brett Young

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