The Nitty Gritty Dirt band has pinned a string of additional dates for its farewell tour. In the sprawling 44-date run, titled ALL THE GOOD TIMES: The Farewell Tour, the paradigmatic country-rock sextet will bid a fond farewell to the road after an awe-inspiring 58 years of performance. Special guests who will link up with the band along the way include heavy-hitters like Hank Williams, Jr., Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit, Brit Taylor, Jerry Douglas and more.

On March 21, the band will depart for its six-month sprint from Bowling Green, Ky.’s SKyPAC. After a series of six shows in the Midwest and South, NGDB will hike to Louisiana to play first at the Strand Theatre in Shreveport on April 25, and then at the highly-anticipated New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on April 27. From there, the group will look north and pass through Alabama en route to five Midwest appearances, punctuated by a newly added stop at Warren, Ohio’s Robins Theatre on May 14. 

On May 16, the band will launch its Southeastern leg with another new performance at the Capitol Theatre in Wheeling, W.V. Following three further dates in the region, the band will hop back to the Midwest for a second stint, highlighted by a staging at Madison, Wisc.’s Barrymore Theatre on June 25. Continuing the northern leg, the band will cross the border to play Dauphin, Manitoba’s Dauphin’s Countryfest on June 30 before heading back down for a series of southern shows that will close out on July 28 in Amarillo, Texas.

The latest leg of the ALL THE GOOD TIMES tour will truck across the West, kicking off with an Aug. 8 home-state show at the Napa Town and Country Fair in Napa Valley, Calif. From there, NGDB will hit the mountains, with shows scheduled on Aug. 10, 11 and 13 in Park City, Utah, Denver and Grand Junction, Colo. On Aug. 15 and 16, the band will play in Prescott, Ariz. and Chandler, Ariz. NGDB will begin winding down the tour in Indio, Calif. on Aug. 17, preceding a penultimate staging at Fox Tuscon Theatre in Tuscon, Ariz. the following night. Finally, on Sept. 14, Nitty Gritty Dirt Band will hold its bittersweet final concert at the T-Mobile Center in Kansas City, Mo., performing alongside Hank Williams, Jr. 

Tickets for the new set of dates will become available on Friday, March 1 at 10:00 a.m. local time. More tour information is available on the band’s website at 

Nitty Gritty Dirt Band ALL THE GOOD TIMES: The Farewell Tour Dates:
New dates in bold.

March 21 – SKyPAC – Bowling Green, Ky. +
March 22 – Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts – Bloomington, Ill. 
March 23 – Renfro Valley Entertainment Center – Mount Vernon, Ky. 
March 24 – Peoples Bank Theatre – Marietta, Ohio + 
March 28 – The Ector Theatre – Odessa, Texas >
March 29 – Outlaws and Legends Music Festival – Abilene, Texas
March 30 – Arena Theatre – Houston /
April 25 – The Strand Theatre — Shreveport, La. °
April 27 – New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival – New Orleans
April 28 – Oxford Performing Arts Center – Oxford, Ala. °
May 9 – Murat Theatre – Indianapolis ^
May 10 – Island Resort & Casino – Harris, Mich.
May 11 – Island Resort & Casino – Harris, Mich. 
May 12 – Rialto Square Theatre – Joliet, Ill. ^
May 14 – Robins Theatre – Warren, Ohio
May 16 – Capitol Theatre – Wheeling, W.V.
May 17 – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek – Raleigh, N.C. *
May 18 – Jiffy Lube Live – Bristow, Va. * 
May 19 – Tennessee Theatre – Knoxville, Tenn. !
June 21 – Vetter Stone Amphitheater – Mankato, Minn.
June 22 – McGrath Amphitheatre – Cedar Rapids, Iowa
June 23 – Lake Superior Big Top Chautauqua – Bayfield, Wisc.
June 25 – Barrymore Theatre– Madison, Wisc.
June 27 – Alliance Center – Sioux Falls, S.D.
June 28 – Shooting Star Casino Hotel & Event Center – Mahnomen, Minn.
June 29 – Belle Mehus Auditorium – Bismarck, N.D.
June 30 – Dauphin’s Countryfest – Dauphin, Manitoba 
July 11 – Prairie Band Casino & Resort – Mayetta, Ks. 
July 12 – Capitol Region MU Health Care Amphitheater – Jefferson City, Mo.
July 13 – 7 Clans First Council Casino – Newkirk, Okla. 
July 14 – The Momentary Green – Bentonville, Ark.
July 25 – The Buddy Holly Hall of Performing Arts and Sciences – Lubbock, Texas
July 26 – Whitewater Amphitheater – New Braunfels, Texas #
July 27 – Bass Performance Hall – Fort Worth, Texas
July 28 – Globe-News Center For the Performing Arts – Amarillo, Texas
Aug. 8 – Napa Town and Country Fair – Napa Valley, Calif.
Aug. 10 – The Amphitheater at Canyons Village – Park City, Utah
Aug. 11 – Paramount Theatre – Denver, Colo. 
Aug. 13 – Amphitheater at Las Colonias Park – Grand Junction, Colo.
Aug. 15 – Jim & Linda Lee Performing Arts Center – Prescott, Ariz. 
Aug. 16 – Gila River Hotels & Casinos – Chandler, Ariz. 
Aug. 17 – Fantasy Springs Resort Casino – Indio, Calif.
Aug. 18 – Fox Tuscon Theatre – Tucson, Ariz. 
Sept. 14 – T-Mobile Center – Kansas City, Mo. *

* with Hank Williams, Jr.
# with Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit
+ with Brit Taylor
› with Jamie Lin Wilson
⁄ with Sunny Sweeney
° with Early James
^ with Mae Estes
! with Sister Sadie
◊ with Jerry Douglas
New dates = bold