Courtesy of Warner Music Nashville
Brett Eldredge will go nationwide for his first ever headlining tour in 2018. The Long Way Tour will kick off on April 5th in Idaho with tickets going on sale beginning December 8 (see below). This morning Eldredge announced 10 cross-country dates, including a stop at New York City’s Hammerstein Ballroom, with special guest and label mate Devin Dawson as well as up-and-coming country artist Jillian Jaqueline in tow.
“I have been very fortunate to be on some massive tours in my career, but my first major solo headlining tour is something I have wanted to give to my fans for a long time! I cannot wait!”
Fans can currently hear Eldredge on the airwaves, as “The Long Way” climbs into the Top 25 at country radio – while simultaneously boasting nearly 25 million streams. People magazine noted “the bubbling synths on the slow-burning ballad” while Billboard declared that the single “…makes you wish he was singing to you.” The single comes from the singer / songwriter’s recently released self-titled record, which marked his second chart-topping country album and hit No. 1 on the Top Album Sales Chart upon release.
Before hitting the road for his headlining dates, Eldredge will join Blake Shelton for the Country Music Freaks Tour beginning in February alongside Carly Pearce and Trace Adkins.
BRETT ELDREDGE THE LONG WAY TOUR DATES:*On sale December 15^With Jillian JaquelineDate City Venue* 4/5 Garden City, ID Revolution Concert House* 4/6 Missoula, MT Adams Center^ 4/19 Louisville, KY Palace Theatre^ 4/20 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room^ 4/21 Kansas City, MO Uptown Theater^ 4/26 Hampton Beach, NH Hampton Beach Casino^ 4/27 Boston, MA Orpheum Theatre^ 4/28 Uncasville, CT Mohegan Sun Arena^ 5/4 Bethlehem, PA Sands Bethlehem Event Center*^5/3 Toledo, OH Stranahan Theatre^ 5/5 New York, NY Hammerstein Ballroom
Live Nation is the official promoter for The Long Way Tour. Fans can purchase tickets beginning December 8th (except where noted) at 10:00 AM local time by visiting bretteldredge.com/tour.
Article courtesy of Country Music Tattle Tale