John 5 Extends Spring/Summer 2022 Tour

Courtesy: Adrenaline PR

Guitar virtuoso John 5 has extended his upcoming spring/summer 2022 tour.

The tour, which is in support of his latest album, Sinner, was originally scheduled to launch April 21 in Roseville CA and to end July 11 in New York, NY. Now the tour has been extended with its new launch date set for April 19.

An additional date of May 9 has also been added. Additionally, John 5 has added a performance May 16 in Alexandria, VA to his tour. His performances in Ottowa, ON; Toronto, ON and New York have now been rescheduled from July to June. The new schedule also moves the previously scheduled June 6 Quebec, BC from July 6 to June 8. The whole thing now winds down June 12 in Atlantic City, NJ.

The full, new schedule is noted on the tour poster above. John 5 originally announced his forthcoming tour in December. The Haxans will still serve as support for the tour.

“I’m so excited to hit the road and see old friends and new friends alike,” John 5 said.  “I’ve been so thrilled by the reaction to the release of Sinner.  I can’t wait to get on stage and truly bring the songs to life for the first time with my fans. Having The Haxans join us on this tour is going to be so fun. Their brilliant “monster party” energy will be a perfect opener for my crazy stage show. This tour is going to be a lot of fun. Don’t miss it!”

Sinner is available now through Big Machine Records. More information on John 5’s new album and tour is available along with all of his latest news at:




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