Kip Moore is the headlining artist for CMT on Tour, this year. He's being joined on the tour, titled "Up in Smoke," by Charlie Worsham and Sam Hunt. The tour will come through our region and stop in Columbia, Missouri in October.

The Blue Note in Columbia will host Moore, Worsham and Hunt as part of its 9th Street Summerfest concert series, where the block of 9th Street between Broadway and Walnut is shut down for an outdoor concert. The show is scheduled for 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 9. Gates will open at 6.

According to The Blue Note, "This event is rain or shine and general admission. No, pets, bikes, or backpacks with the event area please. Lawn chairs will be allowed behind a clearly marked 'chair line' midpoint on the block of 9th Street."

Tickets can be purchased online for $25. A $99 VIP ticket is also for sale.

Moore is a Georgia-born singer and songwriter that has found success on the country charts with songs like 'Somethin' 'Bout a Truck' and 'Hey Pretty Girl.' He was also co-writer of two songs on Thompson Square's debut album.

Worsham is also a singer/songwriter who has toured with artists like Taylor Swift. Worsham's debut album was released in 2013, and his single 'Could it Be' reached the Top 30 on the country charts.

Sam Hunt is a former college football player that has written several hit songs for major country artists. Hunt has songwriter credits on singles such as 'Cop Car' by Keith Urban, 'Come Over' by Kenny Chesney, and Billy Currington's 'We Are Tonight.' 'Leave the Night On' is his current single, and it is a Top 10 hit.