The good vibes just keep rolling for Old Dominion! They're the reigning ACM and CMA Group of the Year. They just got done playing to tens of thousands of fans at the Stagecoach Music Festival in California this past weekend. And now, the band has announced an additional leg of their hugely popular 'No Bad Vibes' tour, that includes another stop in the Hawkeye state!

Old Dominion continues to set the mark for country groups. Their nomination for ACM Group of the Year is their 8th in a row. Their hit song 'Memory Lane' is climbing the country charts, and they recently released another new track called 'I Should Have Married You'.

Both new tunes are destined to be number-one hits. And if you've never seen Old Dominion live, you're missing out! The guys played Cedar Rapids back in early February. A sold-out crowd was entertained by a band clearly at the peak of their powers. Hit song after hit song and fans knew every single word! If you missed out on that show, or just want more from Old Dominion you're in luck! The guys announced an additional 30+ shows this morning!

And wouldn't you know Iowa date is included! Old Dominion will play Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines on Thursday, December 7th! If you want tickets, you won't have to wait long. They go on sale to the public on Friday, May 5th at 10 a.m. at!

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