Bonnie Raitt and James Taylor’s Co-headlining Tour Rescheduled for 2021.

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Bonnie Raitt and Taylor James will be on a co-headlining tour the next year. The duo has rescheduled their 2020 tour and pushed back the tour into 2021. The upcoming tour across Canada will be a twelve city jaunt. The co-headlining tour will kick off in September 12, 2021 at St. Johns’ and end in October after exploring markets like Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Winnipeg, Calgary, Edmonton, London and Vancouver.

Bonnie Raitt is an American Blues singer songwriter. Bonnie has a lot of super hit songs. The singer has 10 Grammy Awards in her bag. She has released her latest album Dig in Deep on 26 February 2016 via Redwing Music. The album was a hit and reached # 11 on the Billboard 200 list and the singer was nominated for Artist of the Year at Americana Music Honors & Awards.

Bonnie was out on tour in 2016 soon after the release of her 17th studio album and the tour was stretched into 2018 which was joined by special guests Jon Cleary and the California Honeydrops.

James Taylor, the five time Grammy winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer in 2000, is one of the best-selling artist of all time. He has sold more than 100 million of his records.

In this joint tour Bonnie will keep supporting her 17th studio album Dig in Deep. The singer has a lot of super hit tracks to entertain her fans. The tour will begin in September and wrap up in October 2021 but it was originally scheduled for 2020. Unfortunately, it did not happen that way due to covid-19 pandemic. The tour is now all set for 2021. Bonnie and James Taylor are also ready for hitting the Canadian roads in next year. Both the singer will have fun time with their fans when the world will be somewhat out of the danger of coronavirus outbreak. The show tickets are available now. To catch the duo on stage, see the date and venues to find where they will be playing gigs.

James Taylor 2021 Canadian And North American Tour Dates With Bonnie Raitt:

May 14 – Smoothie King Center – New Orleans, LA
May 15 – Toyota Center – Houston, TX
May 17 – Dickies Arena – Ft. Worth, TX
May 20 – Maverik Center – Salt Lake City, UT
May 21 – ExtraMile Arena – Boise, ID
May 23 – Tacoma Dome – Tacoma, WA
May 24 – Moda Center – Portland, OR
May 26 – Chase Center – San Francisco, CA
May 28 – Honda Center – Anaheim, CA
May 29 – Pechanga Arena – San Diego, CA
June 9 – United Center – Chicago, IL
June 11 – Blossom Music Center – Cuyahoga Falls, OH
June 12 – DTE Energy Center – Detroit, MI
June 14 – Nutter Center – Dayton, OH
June 15 – Charleston Coliseum – Charleston, WV
June 17 – PPG Paints Arena – Pittsburgh, PA
June 23 – Berglund Center Coliseum – Roanoake, VA
June 25 – KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, KY
June 26 – FedEx Forum – Memphis, TN
June 28 – Bridgestone Arena – Nashville TN
June 29 – Infinite Energy Center – Atlanta, GA
July 1 – Giant Center – Hershey, PA
July 2 – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts – Bethel, NY
July 7 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ
July 9 – BB&T Pavilion – Camden, NJ
July 10 – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater – Wantagh, NY

September 12 – Mile One Centre – St. John’s, NL
September 15 – Scotiabank Centre – Halifax, NS
September 16 – Avenir Centre – Moncton, NB
September 18 – Centre Bell – Montreal, QC
September 19 – Richcraft Live at the Canadian Tire Centre – Ottawa, ON
September 22 – Scotiabank Arena – Toronto, ON
September 23 – Budweiser Gardens – London, ON
September 26 – Bell MTS Place – Winnipeg, MB
September 28 – Scotiabank Saddledome – Calgary, AB
September 29 – Rogers Place – Edmonton, AB
October 1 – Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre – Victoria, BC
October 2 – Rogers Arena – Vancouver, BC

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