Country musicians hope to return to the road in 2021, with several planning full tours for the year. Kenny Chesney, Luke Combs and Chris Stapleton are among the artists with arena and stadium dates on the calendar for 2021.

The words "subject to change" have never meant so much as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic shows few signs of tapering as of January (A vaccine appears to be the only way many promoters will allow fans through the gates). There's little doubt the first artists on this list (Kane Brown, Stapleton, Maren Morris) have contingency plans or at least have an idea on how they'll keep crowds socially distant when they play live in 2021.

The bulk of planned country music tours will begin in spring or summer. In fact, there's been no talk of the typical winter slate of tours, and some artists are either waiting until fall or even 2022 to think about returning to the road. Needless to say, this list will be updated frequently, with new dates, canceled and postponed dates all added as they become available.

See All Country Music Tours Planned for 2021:

March 2021:
March 13: Kane Brown's Worldwide Beautiful Tour — POSTPONED UNTIL SEPT.

April 2021:
April 30: Maren Morris' RSVP: The Tour — CANCELED 

May 2021:
May 1: Kenny Chesney's Chillaxification Tour — POSTPONED UNTIL 2022
May 30: Luke Bryan's Proud to Be Right Here Tour

June 2021:
June 3: Thomas Rhett's Center Point Road Tour
June 5: Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show — POSTPONED UNTIL OCT. 
June 22: Luke Combs' What You See Is What You Get Tour

July 2021:
July 8: Reba McEntire's Arena Tour — CANCELED
July 11: Tanya Tucker's 2021 Tour
July 29: Brothers Osborne's We're Not for Everyone Tour

September 2021:
Sept. 2: 
Kane Brown's Worldwide Beautiful Tour 
Sept. 8: Dan + Shay's The (Arena) Tour
Sept. 17: Eric Church's Gather Again Tour

October 2021: 
Oct. 1: Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show Tour
Oct1: Kane Brown's Blessed & Free Tour

January 2022: 
Jan. 13: Reba McEntire's Reba: Live In Concert Tour