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Kip Moore Goes Up in Smoke on CMT Tour

Charlie Worsham, Sam Hunt to join Moore on multi-city trek

Kip Moore performs in Nashville, Tennessee.
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June 2, 2014 12:45 PM ET

With his new single "Dirt Road" impacting radio, Kip Moore has been announced as this year's headliner of the 2014 installment of CMT on Tour. The annual fall trek will hit 20-plus cities through November. A pair of buzz-worthy new artists, Charlie Worsham and Sam Hunt, are joining Moore on the road.

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Moore says his shows will include material from both his 2012 debut, Up All Night, and its as-yet-untitled follow-up.

"To be teaming up with CMT for a tour is a really exciting moment in my career," Moore said. "We'll definitely be playing lots of songs from the new album out on the road, so it will be fun to test those out and see what the fans think."

Dubbed the Up in Smoke Tour, the road trip begins in New York City on September 25th and makes stops in Minneapolis, Boston and other major markets.

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