CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Country star Keith Urban's "Light the Fuse" tour will wind its way to the Charleston Civic Center December 7.
This will be Urban's first visit to West Virginia since he played the Greenbrier Classic Concert Series in 2011.
Urban is a multi-Grammy, CMA award winner and multi-platinum-selling artist, as well as a judge on Fox's "American Idol." His hits include "But for the Grace of God," "Sweet Thing" and the Brad Paisley duet "Start a Band," among many others.
Coming along with the New Zealand-born country star will be Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch.
Little Big Town, a country band who has charted about a dozen hits, recently won their first Grammy for their song "Pontoon."
Lynch is a new face on the country music scene. His second song, "She Cranks My Tractor," was released in November.
The 35-date tour kicks off in July with a series of 18 outdoor concerts before heading in doors in October. Currently, Charleston is set to be the tour's next-to-last show, with the finale the next night in Louisville, Ky.
Tickets for the show go on sale April 12 at 10 a.m. and will be available at the Charleston Civic Center Box Office, through Ticketmaster.com or by calling 800-735-3000. Ticket prices have yet to be announced.