Luke Combs is looking forward to touring in 2021. The "Does to Me" singer's long break from the road will end in June in New Mexico and include 31 dates across America.

The What You See Is What You Get 2021 Tour includes all 2020 shows rescheduled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Drew Parker and Ashley McBryde opened the first leg of the 2020 tour but it's not clear if they'll return in 2021 as well. A full list of Combs' 2021 What You See Is What You Get Tour is below. The list will be updated as more dates are added or if dates get rescheduled once again.

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The tour is titled after Combs 2019 album of the same name, an album that includes No. 1 hits in "Beer Never Broke My Heart," "Does to Me" and "Even Though I'm Leaving." "Lovin' on You" is his newest single from a project that includes collaborations with Brooks & Dunn and Eric Church.

"Never in a million years did I think the show I played in Europe this past March would be the last headlining show I’d play this year," Combs writes on Twitter. "Believe me, I’m just as bummed as y’all are... Playing shows for y’all is what I love to do, but I want y’all to be completely safe, so we’re rescheduling all of the shows that were scheduled for the rest of this year to 2021. The new dates are listed below, and tickets already purchased for previous dates will be valid for new dates. I can’t wait to see y’all in person next year."

Combs does have a handful of dates scheduled before the tour begins in 2021. He'll play the C2C Festival in Europe and Winstock Country Music Festival in Minnesota before as warmups, assuming no winter dates are announced before next June. The official tour break will end up being 15 months long, something that figures to be typical among headlining artists in 2020 and 2021. The majority of these shows don't take place until next fall. The North Carolina-raised singer is the first to announce he's pushing back all 2020 concerts until next summer.

Luke Combs What You See Is What You Get 2021 Tour Dates:

June 22 — Albuquerque, N.M. @ Isleta Amphitheater
Aug. 5 — Canadaigua, N.Y. @ CMAC
Aug. 6 — Canadaigua, N.Y. @ CMAC
Sept. 10 — Raleigh, N.C. @ PNC Arena
Sept. 11 — Raleigh, N.C. @ PNC Arena
Sept. 17 — Grand Forks, N.D. @ Alerus Center
Sept. 18 — Sioux Falls, S.D. @ Denny Sanford Premier Center
Sept. 21 — Billings, Mont. @ Metra Park - First Interstate Arena
Sept. 24 — Salt Lake City, Utah @ Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 25 — Las Vegas, Nev. @ T-Mobile Arena
Sept. 28 — Eugene, Ore. @ Matthew Knight Arena
Oct. 1 — San Francisco, Calif. @ Chase Center
Oct. 2 — Bakersfield, Calif. @ Mechanics Bank Arena
Oct. 15 — Las Cruces, N.M. @ Pan American Center
Oct. 20 — Colorado Springs, Colo. @ Broadmoor World Arena
Oct. 22 — Corpus Christi, Texas @ American Bank Center
Oct. 23 — Houston, Texas @ Toyota Center
Oct. 28 — Orlando, Fla. @ Amway Center
Oct. 29 — Jacksonville, Fla. @ VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Oct. 30 — Fort Lauderdale, Fla. @ BB&T Center
Nov. 4 — Chicago, Ill. @ United Center
Nov. 5 — Chicago, Ill. @ United Center
Nov. 6 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Enterprise Center
Nov. 16 — New Orleans, La. @ Smoothie King Center
Nov. 18 — Dallas, Texas @ American Airlines Center
Nov. 19 — Dallas, Texas @ American Airlines Center
Nov. 20 — Memphis, Tenn. @ FedEx Forum
Nov. 29 — New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden
Nov. 30 — New York, N.Y. @ Madison Square Garden
Dec. 2 — Boston, Mass. @ TD Garden
Dec. 3 — Boston, Mass. @ TD Garden

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