Buckle up, Thomas Rhett fans: 2019 is going to be one wild ride! The country star has announced his Very Hot Summer Tour for 2019, which will kick off on May 17, in Spokane, Wash. In addition to the brand-new tour dates, the singer also revealed that he will be joined on the road by special guests Dustin Lynch and Russell Dickerson, as well as his dad, songwriter Rhett Akins.

"We literally just closed out our 2018 tour in the UK last week and I'm already thinking about next year's tour," Rhett explains in a press release. "I'm glad we have the winter to plan and come up with some crazy stuff for next year, because I can't think of a better way to spend the summer than out on the road with my fans. And, I get to bring my dad and two of my favorite artists in country music along for the ride."

Initial public on-sales will begin on Nov. 30 at 10AM via Rhett's website, and fans will also be able to nab seats in select cities beginning Jan. 25 as part of Live Nation's Country Megaticket, with more dates to roll out over the following weeks. The Very Hot Summer Tour will make stops across U.S., closing out on Oct. 12 with a hometown show in Nashville, Tenn. See below for a complete list of dates.

Thomas Rhett's 2019 Very Hot Summer Tour Dates:

May 17 -- Spokane, Wash. **
May 18 -- Tacoma, Wash. **
May 25-26 -- Orange Beach, Ala.
June 13 -- Virginia Beach, Va.
June 14 -- Charlotte, N.C.
June 15 -- Bristow, Va.
June 20 -- Detroit, Mich.
June 21 -- Indianapolis, Ind.
June 28 -- Dallas, Texas
June 29 -- Houston, Texas
July 11 -- Toronto, Ontario, Canada
July 12 --  Pittsburgh, Pa.
July 19 -- Darien Center, N.Y.
July 20 -- Hershey, Pa.
Aug. 1 -- Philadelphia, Pa.
Aug. 1 -- Boston, Mass.
Aug. 3 -- Holmdel, N.J.
Aug. 8 -- Raleigh, N.C.
Aug. 9 -- Cincinnati, Ohio
Aug. 10 -- Atlanta, Ga.
Aug. 15 -- Rogers, Ark.
Aug. 16 -- Southaven, Miss.
Aug. 17 -- Birmingham, Ala.
Sept. 5 -- Sioux Falls, S.D.
Sept. 6 -- Des Moines, Iowa
Sept. 7 -- St. Paul, Minn.
Sept. 12 -- Kansas City, Mo.
Sept. 13 -- St. Louis, Mo.
Sept. 14 -- Chicago, Ill.
Sept. 19 -- Bridgeport, Conn.
Sept. 20 -- New York, N.Y.
Sept. 21 -- Albany, N.Y.
Oct. 3 -- Greenville, S.C.
Oct. 4 -- Jacksonville, Tenn.
Oct. 5 -- Orlando, Fla.
Oct. 10 -- Knoxville, Tenn.
Oct. 11 -- Louisville, Ky.
Oct. 12 -- Nashville, Tenn.

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