Blake Shelton to Bring All for the Hall to Oklahoma

Blake Shelton is doing his part to raise money for the Country Music Hall of Fame. Less than two months after the latest All for the Hall, hosted by Keith Urban and Vince Gill, took place in Nashville, Shelton has announced a new show, this one in his home state of Oklahoma.

Shelton will be joined for this All for the Hall, taking place at the BOK Center in Tulsa on March 30, by an all-star list of guests, including Ronnie Dunn, Wade Hayes, Kristin Chenoweth, The Swon Brothers and more.

“I can’t think of a better place than Oklahoma for the next All for the Hall show,” says Shelton. “Oklahoma and country music are synonymous, and members of the Country Music Hall of Fame include some of our most iconic stars, from Ronnie Dunn to Garth, Reba and Vince Gill, to name a few. I’m thrilled to be hosting this show in my home state!”

“It speaks volumes when an artist of Blake Shelton’s stature supports our museum’s educational programs so wholeheartedly and so generously,” adds Kyle Young, chief executive officer for the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. “We’re immensely grateful not only to Blake but also to Ronnie, Kristin, Wade, the Swon Brothers and others for giving their ‘all for the Hall,’ and for helping us continue to educate our many audiences about the enduring cultural value of country music.”

2024 is already a busy year for Shelton. The Grand Ole Opry member just opened his sixth, and largest, Ole Red location, this one in Las Vegas.

“I mean, this is a giant, and so I don’t know that I would say I’m emotional, but it is overwhelming,” Shelton told People ahead of its grand opening. “And it’s hard for me to take it all in right now and just accept that this is really happening and we’re almost to the finish line.”

Shelton might have a lot in the works right now, but his first priority is, and now likely always will be, his three stepsons, whom he gained when he married Gwen Stefani.

“I take enjoyment in all of it. I also stress out a lot about it,” Shelton told CMT (via Music Mayhem). “It is important to me, and I don’t want to be the guy that advised them to do the wrong thing somehow … I take that stuff — it’s about the only thing I do take pretty serious in my life.

“Obviously, everybody out there watching that’s got a kid knows what I’m talking about …There’s not that one thing that I can put my finger on,” he added. “There’s things every day.”

Shelton will embark on his Back To The Honky Tonk Tour on February 22, with  Dustin Lynch and Emily Ann Roberts serving as his opening acts. Find music and tour dates at