Brad Paisley - June 1, 2012

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An additional 43 dates have been added to Brad Paisley’s Virtual Reality World Tour 2012 with a stop at Jones Beach on June 1.

The first leg wrapped up this past weekend, but fans will be able to catch the ‘Camouflage’ singer live in concert starting again in May. Returning as opening acts will be the Band Perry and Scotty McCreery, with Easton Corbin joining for select dates.
“We’ve got some cool technology,” Brad told USA Today before the tour premiered. “I like to take technology to where people walk out not sure how we did certain things. That’s always a goal of mine. We’ve got a few of those in our bag of tricks.” The trek, which was originally named Camobunga 2012, got a revamp before it even hit the road. “When you see plans and sketches on paper it’s one thing, but to actually see it in real life is something else, and that’s what happened to me when we were in tour rehearsals,” the multi-award-winning entertainer explained. “When I saw the visuals and how exciting and sometimes mind-blowing they were, I felt the tour name needed to reflect what the fans were going to see. For two hours each night of the tour, they can be taken away from reality — literally.”
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