GREENSBORO, N.C. (WGHP) — Country’s powerhouse trio The Chicks is coming to North Carolina.

On Tuesday, The Chicks announced their 2023 world tour with tickets for most U.S. shows set to become available at 10 a.m. local time on Thursday.

The mega tour kicks off in Olso, Norway, on June 20 and returns to North America with their July 21 performance in Tulsa. The tour will end with a final show in Toronto on Sept. 18.

Canadian folk band Wild Rivers will open for The Chicks in North Carolina and on 11 other dates throughout the tour.

In Europe, the U.K. and Canada, Maren Morris will be joining The Chicks. Nine dates beginning Aug. 10 can expect Ben Harper.

 “North America!” The Chicks said in a news release. “Thank you to all our fans for making last Summer so fun! We look forward to returning to the road and bringing the show to fans in new cities across the US and Canada! See you soon.”  

LOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 18: (L-R) Emily Robison, Natalie Maines and Martie Maguire of the Dixie Chicks perform at the opening of the new NOKIA Theatre on October 18, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Lisa Blumenfeld/Getty Images)

Check out the full list of dates below.

  • June 20                      Oslo                                        Spektrum* 
  • June 21                      Stockholm                             Avicii Arena* 
  • June 23                      Amsterdam                            Ziggo Dome* 
  • June 27                      Cardiff                                    Cardiff Castle* 
  • June 28                      Glasgow                                OVO Arena* 
  • June 30                      Dublin                                    3Arena* 
  • July 2                          Birmingham                          Utilita Arena* 
  • July 4                          Manchester                           AO Arena*  
  • July 21                       Tulsa, OK                              BOK Center^ 
  • July 22                       Little Rock, AR                      Simmons Bank Arena^ 
  • July 25                       Louisville, KY                        KFC Yum Center^ 
  • July 27                       Nashville, TN                        Bridgestone Arena^ 
  • July 29                       Knoxville, TN                        Thompson-Boiling Arena^ 
  • July 30                      Greensboro, NC                 Greensboro Coliseum^ 
  • August 2                    Columbia, MD                       Merriweather Post Pavilion^ 
  • August 3                    Bethel, NY                             Bethel Woods Center for the Arts^ 
  • August 5                    Gilford, NH                            Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion^ 
  • August 6                    Saratoga Springs, NY         Saratoga Performing Arts Center^ 
  • August 10                  Hershey, PA                         Hersheypark Stadium#  
  • August 11                  Canandaigua, NY                CMAC# 
  • August 13                  Bangor, ME                           Maine Savings Amphitheater^ 
  • August 16                  Columbus, OH                      Nationwide Arena# 
  • August 17                  Grand Rapids, MI                 The Van Andel Arena# 
  • August 19                  Des Moines, IA                     Iowa Fairgrounds# 
  • August 25                  St. Paul, MN                          Minnesota State Fair^ 
  • August 26                  Madison, WI                          Kohl Center Arena# 
  • August 29                  Kansas City, MO                  T-Mobile Center# 
  • August 30                  Omaha, NE                           CHI Health Center Arena# 
  • September 1             Sioux Falls, ND                    Denny Sanford Premier Center# 
  • September 5             Vancouver, BC                     Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena* 
  • September 7             Calgary, AB                           The Scotiabank Saddledome* 
  • September 8             Edmonton, AB                      Rogers Place* 
  • September 10           Saskatoon, SK                     SaskTel Centre* 
  • September 12           Winnipeg, MB                       Canada Life Centre* 
  • September 15           Ottawa, ON                           Richcraft Life at Canadian Tire Centre* 
  • September 16           London, ON                          Budweiser Gardens* 
  • September 18           Toronto, ON                          Scotiabank Arena* 

Maren Morris will be supporting the headline dates in Europe, UK, and Canada. Marked with * 

Ben Harper will be supporting the dates below marked with # 

Wild Rivers will be supporting the dates below market with ^