Sugarland wrapped up their hugely successful Incredible Machine tour a couple months ago. Playing 63 dates all over the country, the duo, comprised of Jennifer Nettles and Kristian Bush, along with several opening acts including Danny Gokey and Little Big Town, performed in front of sold-out crowds in support of the new album of the same name. Apparently, the pair had so much fun on the road, they'll continue the tour into 2011.

The pair plan to head back out on the road later this year, with a surprising blend of opening acts. Joining them for this year's leg of the tour will be pop artist Sara Bareilles and folk/rock singer Matt Nathanson, with country favorites Little Big Town staying out on the road for the rest of the tour.

Sugarland will kick off the next leg of the Incredible Machine tour with a performance on March 3 at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. They will then travel to Little Rock, Chicago, Pittsburgh, Las Vegas and Atlanta, as well as perform two shows in Los Angeles. The new dates can't come soon enough for the female lead.

"I think of the shows as something sacred," Jennifer tells The Boot. "Music is a performance art, there's no question, but at the end of the day it's a sacred space, a communion, between us and the audience."

The pair are taking some time off during the first few months of the year, before they head out in the spring. Jennifer can be found next week performing a rare solo gig at the Murchison Performing Arts Center in Denton, Texas, to support the Attic Community Playground. "Attic Community Playground is one of my dearest charities," says the singer. "Art programs within schools continue to be cut. To me this is a very sad fact. I not only enjoy a career in the arts, but I also enjoyed and benefited from the performing arts as a kid. Music, band, chorus, drama -- each of them provided me with outlets of emotional exploration and self expression, and offered me an avenue to develop self confidence."

Sugarland's current single, 'Little Miss' is in the Top 30. See tour dates below.

Incredible Machine tour dates

March 3 Houston, Texas

March 4 North Little Rock, Ark.

March 5 Tulsa, Okla.

March 10 Greenville, SC

March 11 North Charleston, S.C.

March 12 Jacksonville, Fla.

March 17 Grand Rapids, Mich.

March 18 Bloomington, Ill.

March 19 Sioux City, Iowa

April 14 Pensacola, Fla.

April 15 Tuscaloosa, Ala.

April 16 Nashville, Tenn.

May 5 Evansville, Ind.

May 6 Chicago, Ill.

May 7 Minneapolis, Minn.

May 13 Cleveland, Ohio

May 14 Camden, N.J.

May 15 Pittsburgh, Penn.

May 20 Boston, Mass.

May 21 Holmdel, N.J.

May 22 Columbia, Md.

May 26 Lubbock, Texas

May 27 San Antonio, Texas

May 28 Baton Rouge, La.

June 16 Charleston, W.V.

June 17 Roanoke Rapids, N.C.

June 18 Scranton, Penn.

June 23 Augusta, Ga.

June 24 Choctaw, Miss.

June 25 Thackerville, Okla.

July 8 Darien Lake, N.Y.

July 9 Detroit, Mich.

July 15 Calgary, AB

July 16 Craven, SK

July 18 Everett, Wash.

July 22 Paso Robles, Ca.

July 23 San Diego, Ca.

July 25 Los Angeles, Ca.

July 26 Los Angeles, Ca.

August 5 Detroit Lakes, Minn.

August 6 Omaha, Neb.

August 7 Kansas City, Mo.

August 12 Rockford, Ill.

August 13 Indianapolis, Ind.

August 14 Des Moines, Iowa

August 18 Albuquerque, N.M.

August 19 Denver, Co.

August 20 Salt Lake City, Uah

August 25 Sacramento, Ca.

August 27 Las Vegas, Nev.

September 2 Allentown, Penn.

September 3 Syracuse, N.Y,

September 4 Essex Junction, Vt.

October 6 Knoxville, Tenn.

October 7 St. Louis, Mo.

October 8 Wichita, Kan.

October 14 Uncasville, Conn.

October 15 Uncasville, Conn.

October 20 Orlando, Fla.

October 21 Tallahassee, Fla.

October 22 Atlanta, Ga.