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May 5

Brad Paisley Resumes Virtual Reality World Tour

Brad Paisley photo by Jeremy Cowart, courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

Brad Paisley has released more dates for his Virtual Reality World Tour. The tour will resume on Friday, May 18 with shows in St. Louis, Indianapolis and Cincinnati that weekend. The Band Perry and Scotty McCreery will rejoin the tour as well, with Easton Corbin being added to the bill on select dates.

Brad also announced ‘The Escape,’ an outdoor plaza area with games, contests, photo ops, food vendors and a performance stage. There will be a Virtual Opry stage that features a futuristic Grand Ole Opry backdrop and its signature mic stand. Starting at 5 p.m. each night, Kristen Kelly, Jana Kramer and Love and Theft will perform on the stage. All three will sign autographs immediately after their show.

The Escape will also include the Virtual Reality World Tour Escape the Lawn Lucky Seats Game where fans can win prizes and ticket upgrades and the Air Force Reserves Flight Commander Challenge, where fans will throw airplanes through targets for prizes. Other activities throughout The Escape include: Air Force Reserves mock jet plane photo station, Mossy Oak Camo-Jam Snapshot Station and Camo Cabanas, slip n slide and inflatables. 

An Escape emcee will be on hand to play games and pass out prizes to fan and Sea Ray Boats will host an outdoor boat display. Select venues will be collecting food for local food banks with one person winning a meet and greet with Brad. More information on The Escape and the Virtual Opry stage artists and show times can be found at www.facebook.com/BradPaisleyTour or on twitter @BradPaisleyTour.

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