Luke Combs graduated to arenas at the start of 2019, and now, he's extending his big-time headlining trek. The "She Got the Best of Me" singer has added fall and winter dates to his Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, which began in January.

The first leg of Combs' 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour, which features Lanco and Jameson Rodgers as opening acts, is scheduled to run through May 12. Following a summer break, during which Combs will play various festivals and one-off shows, as well as amphitheater dates with Cody Johnson and Ray Fulcher, the Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour will pick back up on Sept. 26 in Rogers, Ark.

Combs' Fall and Winter 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour dates are scheduled to run through Dec. 13; a complete list of shows is below. Morgan Wallen, the Cadillac Three and Rogers will be his opening acts, splitting the duties at various shows.

In 2018, Combs -- the reigning CMA Male Vocalist of the Year and ACM New Male Artist of the Year -- toured clubs before opening for Jason Aldean. His 2019 tour is named after a song called "Beer Never Broke My Heart" that Combs plays live, but has not yet included on an album.

Tickets for Combs' newly announced Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour dates will go on sale on April 5. Visit LukeCombs.com for more details.

Luke Combs, 2019 Beer Never Broke My Heart Tour Dates:

Jan. 31 — Birmingham, Ala.
Feb. 1 — Huntington, W.V.
Feb. 2 — Greensboro, N.C.
Feb. 7 — Wichita, Kan.
Feb. 8 — North Little Rock, Ark.
Feb. 9 — Baton Rouge, La.
Feb. 14 — Greenville, S.C.
Feb. 15 — Knoxville, Tenn.
Feb. 16 — Evansville, Ind.
Feb. 21 — Hershey, Pa.
Feb. 22 — Columbus, Ohio
Feb. 23 — Charlottesville, Va.
Feb. 28 — New York City
March 1 — Bangor, Maine
March 2 — Worcester, Mass.
March 8 — Tupelo, Miss.
March 9 — Orange Beach, Ala.
March 28 — London, Ontario, Canada
March 29 — Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
March 30 — Kingston, Ontario, Canada
April 11 — Duluth, Minn.
April 12 — Moline, Ill.
April 13 — Saginaw, Mich.
April 25 — Green Bay, Wisc.
April 26 — La Crosse, Wisc.
May 10 — Tulsa, Okla.
May 11 — Omaha, Neb.
May 12 — Morrison, Colo.
Sept. 26 — Rogers, Ark.
Sept. 27 — Bloomington, Ill.
Sept. 28 — St. Paul, Minn.
Oct. 3 — Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Oct. 4 — Kansas City, Mo.
Oct. 5 — Des Moines, Iowa
Oct. 8 — Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
Oct. 10 — Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
Oct. 11 — Edmonton, Alberta, Canada
Oct. 12 — Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Oct. 15 — Missoula, Mont.
Oct. 16 — Bozeman, Montana
Oct. 18 — Portland, Ore.
Oct. 19 — Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Oct. 25 — Fresno, Calif.
Oct. 26 — Sacramenta, Calif.
Oct. 31 — Nampa, Idaho
Nov. 1 — Spokane, Wash.
Nov. 2 — Tacoma, Wash.
Nov. 6 — San Jose, Calif.
Nov. 8 — Phoenix, Ariz.
Nov. 15 — Indianapolis, Ind.
Nov. 16 — Cleveland, Ohio
Nov. 21 — Philadelphia, Pa.
Nov. 22 — Uncasville, Conn.
Nov. 23 — Pittsburgh, Pa.
Dec. 5 — Bossier City, La.
Dec. 6 — Lubbock, Texas
Dec. 13 — Nashville, Tenn.

* Lanco not performing

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