’40 Years Of Hits Tour’ Announces A Busy 2022 For Lee Greenwood

Country music legend Lee Greenwood is sprinting towards the finish line of 2021, to put a wrap on what has shaped up as one of the highest-profile years of his career. Ahead in 2022 will be the January launch of his ’40 Years of Hits Tour,’ which will find the multi-awarded country icon crisscrossing America to hit 40-plus concert dates already confirmed for the year, with more being added. The tour is being sponsored by ABC Supply Company, Inc. Read today’s announcement at Taste of Country and The Boot.

“This announcement is only the beginning of what is shaping up to be a record year for us,” says Greenwood. “I have not done such a major tour in many years, normally it is one or two in a row and back home. This tour is going to have me performing at places from small to large, fair to festival, and everything in between.”

This year marked Greenwood’s official ’40 Years of Hits’ celebration, recognizing his amazing presence as an artist, musician, songwriter, philanthropist, and consummate entertainer since his emergence on the national charts in the ’80s. With over twenty Top 10 singles, garnering Grammy, CMA, and ACM awards, his stellar rise to unprecedented national attention in the wake of “God Bless the USA,” has given Lee Greenwood a permanent place of prominence amid the true legends of American music, crossing both decades and multiple genres.

Fresh on his list of highlights in 2021, was last month’s ‘All-Star Salute to Lee Greenwood,’ which featured a “who’s who” of top name artists in a celebration that produced not only a star-studded stage but also the third highest-grossing event in the 46-year history of Huntsville’s Von Braun Center. The concert was promoted by Outback Presents. The concert footage is set to produce a trio of television specials to air in the 2022 season.

Dates already announced for the 2022 “40 Years of Hits Tour,” encompass both private and ticketed events and include:




Here are the upcoming 2022 Show Dates:

JANUARY
15-18 – Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. – Country Music Cruise
20-23 – Las Vegas, Nev. – PVT

FEBRUARY
4-15 – Honolulu, Hawaii – PVT
25 – Reidsville, N.C. – Showcase Theater
26 – Liberty, N.C. – Showcase Theater




MARCH
4 – Newberry, S.C. – Opera House
5 – Columbia, Tenn. – The Mulehouse
7-8 – Orlando, Fla. – PVT
9 – Plant City, Fla. – Strawberry Fest
10 – Daytona, Fla. – Full Throttle Bike Week
12 – Weirsdale, Fla. – Orange Blossom Opry
13 – Ft Pierce, Fla. – Sunrise Theater
22 – Crossville, Tenn. – Palace Theater
31 – Wausau, Wisc. – Grand Theater




APRIL
1 – Sheboygan, Wisc. – Weill Center
2 – Eau Claire, Wisc. – Pablo Center
8 – Watseka, Ill. – Watseka Theater
9 – St Charles, Ill. – Arcada Theater
28 – Mayetta, Kansas – Prairie Band Casino
29 – Mahnomen, Minn. – Shooting Star Casino
30 – Onamia, Minn. – Grand Casino




MAY
1 – Ottumwa, Iowa – Bridgeview Center
12 – Milwaukee, Wisc. – Pabst Theater
13 – Green Bay, Wisc. – Meyer Theater
14 – Marion, Ill. – Civic Center
20 – Galveston, Texas – PVT
28 – Houston, Texas – PVT




JUNE
18 – Anoka, Minn. – PVT
24 – Fredericksburg, Texas – Rockbox Theater
26 – Dallas, Texas – PVT




JULY
4 – Clarksville, Tenn. – American Countess
7 – Clayton, N.Y. – Opera House
8 – Niagra Falls, N.Y. – Bears Den Casino
9 – Niagra Falls, N.Y. – Bears Den Casino
10 – Clarksville, Tenn. – American Queen
11 – Clarksville, Tenn. – American Queen




AUGUST
3 – Albert Lea, MN – Freeborn County Fair
5 – Waco, TX – PVT




SEPTEMBER
16 – Fresno, CA – PVT
17 – Lodi, CA – Grape Fest
22 – Richfield, UT – RHS Theater
23 – Cedar City, UT – Heritage Theater
24 – Vernal, UT – Western Park Amp