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Carrie Underwood Announces 'Play On' Tour

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41st Annual CMA Awards - Show NASHVILLE, TN - NOVEMBER 07: Singer Carrie Underwood onstage at the 41st Annual CMA Awards at the Sommet Center on November 7, 2007 in Nashville, Tennessee.

Carrie Underwood will hit the road next March for a headlining tour in support of her new album, "Play On," the country singer announced today (Dec. 10). The 45-date trek kicks off Mar. 11 in Reading, Pa. and wraps May 30 in Spokane, Wash.

"I am getting so excited about next year as we are currently working through all the big plans for the tour," Underwood said. "I cannot wait to perform new music and see familiar faces across the U.S. and Canada!"

Grand Ole Opry member Craig Morgan and sibling trio Sons of Sylvia will open for Underwood's tour, which is sponsored by vitaminwater.

"Play On," Underwood's third album since winning "American Idol" in 2005, has sold 737,000 copies since its Nov. 3 release, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Here are Carrie Underwood's tour dates:

Mar. 11: Reading, Pa. (Sovereign Center)

Mar. 12: Albany, N.Y. (Times Union Center)

Mar. 13: Providence, RI. (Dunkin Donuts Center)

Mar. 15: Portland, Maine (Cumberland County Civic Center)

Mar. 16: Bridgeport, Conn. (Arena at HarborYard)

Mar. 19: Atlantic City, N.J. (Boardwalk Hall)

Mar. 20: Mashantucket, Conn. (MGM Grand Theater at Foxwoods)

Mar. 21: Worcester, Mass. (DCU Center)

Mar. 23: Hamilton, Ontario (Copps Coliseum)

Mar. 24: Kanata. Ontario (Scotiabank Place)

Mar. 26: Trenton, N.J. (Sun National Bank Center)

Mar. 27: Amherst, Mass. (Mullins Center)

Mar. 29: Wilkes Barre, Pa. (Wachovia Arena)

Mar. 31: Rochester, N.Y. (BlueCross Arena)

Apr. 1: Pittsburgh, Pa. (Petersen Civic Center)

Apr. 3: Pikeville, Ky. (Eastern Kentucky Expo Center)

Apr. 6: Columbus, Ohio (Schottenstein Center)

Apr. 7: Peoria, Ill. (Peoria Civic Center)

Apr. 9: Indianapolis, Ind. (Conseco Fieldhouse)

Apr. 10: Rockford, Ill. (Rockford MetroCentre)

Apr. 12: Ft Wayne, Ind. (Allen County War Memorial)

Apr. 13: Saginaw, Mich. (Dow Events Center)

Apr. 14: Lansing, Mich. (Breslin Student Events Center)

Apr. 23: Grand Rapids, Mich. (Van Andel Arena)

Apr. 24: Toledo, Ohio (Lucas County Arena)

Apr. 25: Cincinnati, Ohio (US Bank Arena)

Apr. 27: Richmond, Va. (Richmond Coliseum)

Apr. 28: Charleston, W.Va. (Charleston Civic Center)

Apr. 30: Fayetteville, N.C. (Crown Coliseum)

May 1: Columbia, S.C. (Colonial Life Arena)

May 2: Augusta, Ga. (James Brown Arena)

May 4: Tallahassee, Fla. (Tallahassee County Civic Center)

May 5: Pensacola, Fla. (Pensacola Civic Center)

May 7: New Orleans, La. (Lakefront Arena)

May 8: Lafayette, La. (Cajundome)

May 10: Beaumont, Texas (Ford Park Events Center)

May 12: Austin, Texas (Frank Erwin Center)

May 13: Corpus Christi, Texas (American Bank Center)

May 15: Tucson, Ariz. (Tucson Arena)

May 18: Fresno, Calif. (SaveMart Center)

May 20: Sacramento, Calif. (ARCO Arena)

May 21: Reno, Nev. (Reno Events Center)

May 22: Las Vegas, Nev. (Orleans Arena)

May 29: Everett, Wash. (Comcast Arena at Everett Events Center)

May 30: Spokane, Wash. (Spokane Arena)