Easton Corbin Joins The Band Perry Tour 2014

The Band Perry will play 10 European countries, the U.S. and Canada on its world tour
Easton Corbin and Lindsay Ell will open the tour's 2014 North American dates
The group's "Pioneer" album has yielded two No. 1 hits, "Better Dig Two" and "DONE."
In November, the Band Perry will be able to sing Postcard From Paris in Paris.
The sibling country-music trio will kick off its We Are Pioneers World Tour Nov. 8 in Gothenburg, Sweden, playing 10 European countries before the end of the year. The group will play Paris, France, Nov. 25.
"We live to play," Kimberly Perry says in a release. "In our minds everything we do — writing, recording, interviews, appearances — is the means to the live end. To fully and totally understand our band, you have to see us live. It's the three of us in our element, our living room, our therapy session, our recess."
Kimberly, Neil and Reid Perry, whose hits include the quadruple-platinum crossover smash If I Die Young, have played in front of a half million people this summer, headlining shows and opening for Rascal Flatts. The group's current album, Pioneer, has sold 400,000 copies since its release in Apriland yielded a pair of No. 1 singles, Better Dig Two and DONE.
Easton Corbin and Lindsay Ell will support the tour for North American dates, which begin Jan. 9, 2014, in Penticton, B.C. U.S. dates start Feb. 6, 2014, in Independence, Mo.
We Are Pioneers World Tour dates:
Nov. 8: Gothenburg, Sweden
Nov. 10: Stockholm, Sweden
Nov. 11: Skien, Norway
Nov. 12: Oslo, Norway
Nov. 13: Trondheim, Norway
Nov. 15: Helsingborg, Sweden
Nov. 16: Randers, Denmark
Nov. 18: Colgne, Germany
Nov. 19: Hamburg, Germany
Nov. 20: Berlin, Germany
Nov. 22: Munich, Germany
Nov. 23: Zurick, Switzerland
Nov. 25: Paris, France
Nov. 26: Amsterdamn, The Netherlands
Nov. 29: Birmingham, England
Nov. 30: Glasgow, Scotland
Dec. 1: Manchester, England
Dec. 2: London, England
Dec. 4: Dublin, Ireland
Dec. 5: Belfast, Ireland
Jan. 9: Penticton, British Columbia
Jan 10: Kamloops, British Columbia
Jan. 11: Prince George, British Columbia
Jan. 12: Dawson Creek, British Columbia
Jan. 15: Red Deer, Alberta
Jan. 16, Lethbridge, Alberta
Jan. 18: Regina, Saskatchewan
Jan. 21: Sudbury, Ontario
Jan 22: Kitchener, Ontario
Jan. 23: Oshawa, Ontario
Jan. 24, Kingston, Ontario
Feb. 6: Independence, Mo.
Feb. 8: Bemidji, Minn.
Feb. 9: Grand Forks, N.D.
Feb. 13: Dubuque, Iowa
Feb. 14: Kearney, Neb.
Feb. 15, Rapid City, S.D.
Feb. 16: Billings, Mont.
Feb. 20: Rockford, Ill.
Feb. 21: Cape Girardeau, Mo.
Feb. 22: Corbin, Ky.
Feb. 23: Saginaw, Mich.
Feb. 27: Green Bay, Wisc.
Feb. 28: Mankato, Minn.
March 1: Duluth, Minn.
March 2: Cedar Rapids, Iowa
March 7: Savannah, Ga.
March 20: Macon, Ga.
March 21: St. Augustine, Fla.
March 22: Estero, Fla.
More dates will be announced.