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Jake Owen Announces Dates for 2014 ‘Days of Gold’ Tour

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By Kurt Wolff

After spending the last couple years on the road supporting superstars like Jason Aldean and Kenny Chesney, Jake Owen finally setting out on his own headlining tour this year.

Dubbed the Days of Gold Tour (after his latest album and most recent single), the trek begins in Brookings, South Dakota on March 20 and runs through the spring, summer and fall, winding down Oct. 25 in Owen’s home town of Vero Beach, Fla. See the full schedule below.

As Owen told Radio.com last month, one of his key goals in the concert arena is to “make people feel that you care about them” when performing live. “I’m not just there so they can see me — you know what I mean? I’m there so they can feel me, and I can feel them as well.”

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And he’s like changing things up night to night. “I want [audiences] to always feel like, no matter what show they come to, they never know what they’re going to get,” he explained. “If you came out and watched ten of my shows in a row, you’d never see the same thing twice.”

Jake Owen at Faster Horses festivalJake Owen at Faster Horses (Photo by Steve Wiseman / 99.5 WYCD)

Country group the Cadillac Three (who penned and first recorded the song “Days of Gold”) support Owen on all the dates. In addition, the Eli Young Band, Parmalee, and Thomas Rhett will perform in select cities.

Days of Gold Tour 2014:

March 20 – Brookings, S.D.
March 21 – Fargo, N.D.
March 22 – Bemidji, Minn.
April 10 – Casper, Wy.
April 11 – Rapid City, S.D.
April 12 – Bismarck, N.D.
April 24 – Bowling Green, Ky.
April 25 – Dayton, Ohio
May 1 – Ft. Wayne, Ind.
May 2 – Indiana, Pa.
May 3 – Wilkes-Barre, Pa.
May 15- Huntington, W.V.
May 16 – Greensboro, N.C.
May 29 – Gilford, N.H.
May 30 – New York, N.Y.
May 31 – Virginia Beach, Va. (Patriotic Festival)
June 12 – North Lawrence, Ohio (Country Fest)
June 13 – Buffalo, N.Y. (Taste of Country)
June 19 – Grand Junction, Colo. (Country Jam USA)
June 20 – Rio Rancho, N.M.
June 21 – Pueblo, Colo. (Bands in the Backyard)
June 27 – Greeley, Colo. (Greeley Stampede)
June 28 – Norfolk, Neb.
June 29 – Wichita, Kan.
July 10 – Reading, Pa.
July 11 – Uncasville, Conn.
July 17 – Eau Claire, Wis. (Country Jam Fest)
July 18 – Valparaiso, Ind. (Porter County Fair)
July 24 – Green Bay, Wis.
July 25 – Moline, Ill.
Aug. 1 – Duncan, B.C. (Sunfest Country)
Aug. 2 – Sweet Home, Ore. (Oregon Jamboree)
Aug. 9 – Las Vegas
Aug. 21 – Tuscaloosa, Ala.
Aug. 22 – Orange Beach, Ala.
Aug. 23 – New Orleans
Sept. 5 – North Charleston, S.C.
Sept. 6 – Augusta, Ga.
Sept. 11 – Fayetteville, Ark.
Sept. 13 – Terre Haute, Ind.
Sept. 18 – Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Sept. 20 – Sioux City, Iowa
Sept. 25 – Tupelo, Miss.
Sept. 26 – Huntsville, Ala.
Oct. 3 – Roanoke, Va.
Oct. 4 – Pikeville, Ky.
Oct. 9 – Battle Creek, Mich.
Oct. 10 – Saginaw, Mich.
Oct. 11 – Toledo, Ohio
Oct. 16 – La Crosse, Wis.
Oct. 17 – Mankato, Minn.
Oct. 18 – Lincoln, Neb.
Oct. 23 – Atlanta
Oct. 24 – Tallahassee, Fla.
Oct. 25 – Vero Beach, Fla.

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