Rowan, his post title is the clue. Friends of Bill W. is another name for members of Alcoholics Anonymous.
I'm not an AA member, but a family member is, so I can offer some suggestions. I think that touring in recovery may be very hard. In AA folks often talk about HALT triggers and you'll experience all of them on a tour, often several at a time (Hungry, Angry, Lonely, Tired).
If you're someone who can deal with solitude and loneliness, you might give it a try. When you find yourself needing a meeting find a local phonebook--you can look up AA and meetings are usually listed. Barring that, try for a local church in the evening and you might find a meeting. You could also call a church during business hours to inquire--they'll know where the meetings are even if they don't host one. Make sure you have your sponsor's phone number handy too. Lots of miles in the middle of nowhere with easy access to convenience stores and liquor stores and no accountability around will definitely be tricky. I'd think long and hard about touring in recovery. It all depends on where you're at. If you're 2 months sober I'd say don't do it. If you're starting to count time sober in years and have good habits and a good support structure you could consider it. Remeber, there's plenty of time to tour. Make an honest assessment of where you're at and if you need to focus on staying sober right now and set a goal of going on a tour in a couple of years if you're not ready right away.
BTW, Congratulations on your sobriety!