Chris Janson's hitting the road for his 2016 Buy Me a Boat Tour.

Janson will be one busy guy with over 100 stops slated throughout the summer. The trek kicks off May 21 in Baltimore, Md., and goes coast to coast. He'll stop in Louisville, Ky.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Chicago; Greeley, Colo.; Twin Lakes, Wis., and many, many more destinations. Plus, he'll be at the 2016 Taste of Country Music Festival in Hunter, N.Y., to give fans the ultimate camping and country experience.

The singer, who is nominated for a 2016 CMT Music Award, can't wait to get on the bus. “I'm extremely excited about the Buy Me a Boat Tour this summer,” Janson says in a press release. “Performing is one of my favorite things to do. I love to be on stage and thrive on the energy from the crowd. With more than 100 dates on the tour this summer, it's going to be in full swing. I'm looking forward to it!”

His current single, "Holdin' Her," recently went for adds at country radio, and it's a sweet, sweet song about falling in love with his wife.

“'Holdin’ Her' is my favorite song — my No. 1 favorite,” Janson says. “It’s an absolute true story, from start to finish. It’s the story of the things that I love most: my wife and my kids and my journey in life … If anyone wants a real look inside my life, here it is.

“Out of all the songs I’ve ever written,” he adds, “'Holdin’ Her' is the one song that I have always wanted to hear on the radio.”

Fans can look forward to hearing that song, "Buy Me a Boat" and more while Janson performs for fans across the country. Visit Janson's official website for information on ticket purchasing and more.

2016 Buy Me a Boat Tour Dates:
May 21 — Baltimore, Md.
May 21 — Louisville, Ken.
May 24 — Tulsa, Okla.
May 26 — Westlake, La.
May 28 — Indianapolis, Ind.
May 29 — Forest City, Ia.
May 30 — Herrin, Ill.
June 3 — Santa Rosa, Calif.
June 4 — Tulare, Calif.
June 11 — Danville, Va.
June 12 — Hunter, N.Y.
June 14 — Oshkosh, Wis.
June 16 — Burlington, Ia.
June 17 — Walker, Minn.
June 18 — Martin, Mich.
June 19 — Chicago, Ill.
June 24 — Manhattan, Kan.
June 25 — Sullivan, Mo.
July 2 — Dauphin, Canada
July3 — Greeley, Colo.
July 7 — Kansas City, Mo.
July 8— Ft. Loramie, Ohio
July 9 — Jacksonville, Ill.
July 10 — Rhinelander, Wis.
July 12 — West Fargo, N.D.
July 14 — Manchester, Ia.
July16 — Troy, Mo.
July 18 — Cumberland, Md.
July 21 — Valparaiso, Ind.
July 22 — Point Pleasant, W.V.
July 23 — Twin Lakes, Wis.
July 25 — Adrian, Mich.
July 26 — Goshen, Ind.
July 28 — Philadelphia, Miss.
July 29 — Springfield, Mo.
July 30 — Cherokee, Ia.
August 2 — Davenport, Ia.
August 5 — Rifle, Colo.
August 6 — Rock Springs, Wyo.
August 8 — Ridgefield, Wash.
August 11 — Sioux Falls, S.D.
August 12 — Bloomfield, Nev.
August 14 — Troy, Ohio
August 16 — Sedalia, Mo.
August 18 — Aberdeen, S.D.
August 19 — Douglas, Wyo.
August 20 — Calgary, Canada
August 25 — New Milford, Pa.
August 26 — Mt. Morris, Mich.
August 31 — Pueblo, Colo.
Sept. 10 — Puyallup, Wash.
Sept. 17 —Farmington, Minn.
Sept. 23 — Ocean City, Md.