Alabama tour 2021 / 2022: dates, tickets & setlist

What’s your favorite Alabama song?  Do you have any memories of their concerts or shows? What do you think about the new tour dates that were just announced in December?!  If so, keep reading. We’re going to tell you all about it!  The band is headed back out on tour in next following days.

One will be from next month with no stops in America, Canada, or Mexico and the other will be from the end of the year with no stops in Canada but stopping at many more US venues than before. The second tour has a lot more weekends included as well as some time off between each leg of the trip which should give them plenty of time to get their rest after they will come again to the USA and other cities. See the schedule to find the exact location and dates.

Alabama tour 2021 / 2022
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Alabama tour dates & schedule 2021 / 2022

“You may be wondering what’s happening with our Alabama Tour Dates in 2021 / 2022. We’re glad you asked! Here are the current dates and locations we’ve scheduled.”   “We have a lot of surprises coming up that we can’t wait to share with you!”

Thu
JUN 10
7:00 PM
Alabama
Florence Civic Center – Florence, SC
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Fri
JUN 11
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 9/28/19, 8/22/2020)
Hertz Arena – Estero, FL
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Fri
JUL 02
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 11/20/2019, 7/17/2020)
Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
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Sat
JUL 03
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 7/18/2020)
Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN
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Fri
JUL 23
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 4/12/2019, 8/29/2019, 10/2/2020)
Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza – Wilkes-Barre, PA
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Sat
JUL 24
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 11/23/2019, 10/3/2020)
Wicomico Civic Center – Salisbury, MD
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Fri
AUG 06
7:30 PM
Alabama
Amphitheater at The Wharf – Orange Beach, AL
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Sat
AUG 07
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 8/7/2020)
Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – Pelham, AL
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Fri
AUG 13
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 10/11/2019, 7/11/2020)
Spectrum Center – Charlotte, NC
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Sat
AUG 14
7:30 PM
Alabama with John Michael Montgomery (Rescheduled from 7/27/2019, 9/6/2019, 8/8/2020)
Thunder Valley Amphitheatre at Bristol Motor Speedway – Bristol, TN
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Fri
AUG 27
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 11/8/2019, 10/16/2020)
Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center – Madison, WI
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Sat
AUG 28
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 8/23/2019, 10/24/2020)
Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI
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Sat
SEP 04
7:30 PM
Alabama
Harveys Outdoor Arena – Lake Tahoe NV – Stateline, NV
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Sun
DEC 05
7:00 PM
Alabama (Rescheduled from 9/27/2020, 8/21/2020, 6/12/2021)
Savannah Civic Center – Martin Luther King Jr Arena – Savannah, GA
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Sat
JAN 15
7:00 PM
2022
Alabama (Rescheduled from 1/11/2019, 11/9/2019, 10/15/2020, 4/8/2021)
Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis, IN
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Fri
JAN 21
7:00 PM
2022
Alabama (Rescheduled from 10/3/2019, 7/10/2020, 4/24/2021)
Colonial Life Arena – Columbia, SC
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Sat
JAN 22
7:00 PM
2022
Alabama (Rescheduled from 10/10/19, 9/17/2020, 5/15/2021)
Donald Tucker Center at Leon County Civic Center – Tallahassee, FL
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Sat
FEB 12
7:00 PM
2022
Alabama with The Beach Boys (Rescheduled from 11/2/2019, 7/31/2020, 3/27/2021)
Intrust Bank Arena – Wichita, KS
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Alabama tour history

Alabama has a rich history in the music industry. The state has produced some of America’s most loved musicians like Hank Williams, Sr., Patsy Cline, and Lynyrd Skynyrd. If you’ve ever been to an Alabama concert, then you know how amazing it is!  So what are you waiting for? Start planning your next trip today!

They have been toured so many places throughout their music career. But as a being American it will easy to say most of the schedule and dates were in the USA this year and next year as like as previous tour in his career.

Alabama tour setlist

“You can never go wrong with classic rock. The Alabama concert setlist is a perfect example of this. It includes a variety of oldies, including ‘Mountain Music,’ ‘My Home’s in Alabama,’ and the list goes on.” 

Expected Audience Reaction: Readers are intrigued by the post as they may be wondering what other songs were included in the setlist and how well known they are to those that do not know them already or have heard them before.

Related: Alanis Morissette tour 2021 / 2022: Dates, Tickets & Setlist

Checkout out the Alabama setlist

  • Mountain MusicPlay
  • Tennessee 
  • If You’re Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)
  • Feels So Right
  • Born Country
  • High Cotton
  • The Closer You Get
  • Song of the South
  • Lady Down on Love
  •  Love in the First Degree

FAQ

Does Alabama perform anymore?

Alabama is a band that has performed since the 1960s. This blog post will examine if Alabama still performs nowadays and why this question came up in the first place.

Alabama is an American country rock group formed in Fort Payne, Alabama, the United States in 1969 by Randy Owen and his cousin Teddy Gentry. The band was originally called ‘My Father’s Name Is Albert.’ When they were young, their father would take them to see many different bands perform live.

One of these bands was from Alabama which leads to the name change. In 1980, Randy Owen took over as lead vocalist after his older brother Tommy left because he had become too busy with managing their family farm equipment dealership business back home.

The chain of the family band still continue the band and come to the audience at a concert,

What happened to the drummer from the group Alabama?

A group of musicians from Alabama known as the Alabama band is well-known for their country rock and Southern rock music. But, what happened to that drummer? Did he ever come back?  The group has been around since 1979 with numerous albums and tours under their belt. 

They’ve always had a steady drummer in place until recently when they announced that they were going on tour without one. What’s up with that? Recently they announced the popular drummer was in disease that’s why had to continue the band show without him.

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