Morgan Wallen is returning to the stage this fall!
The country singer/songwriter and East Tennessee native announced several headlining concerts on Monday (Sept. 20), following his previously announced headlining appearance at Country Thunder at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, Tennessee. Billed as ‘Morgan Wallen’s Country Thunder Takeover,’ the event will also feature special guests Granger Smith (as well as Smith’s alter-ego Earl Dibbles Jr.), Larry Fleet, Jon Langston and ERNEST.
The string of shows were first announced via Wallen’s text community early Monday (Sept. 20) morning.
“Announcing 4 shows today…” Wallen told fans in a text message, before announcing each show individually, accompanied by a pre-sale code.
Wallen’s just-announced series of shows include two dates in Alabama, one in Georgia and one in Tennessee. See below for a confirmed list of upcoming appearances.
Confirmed Tour Dates
Oct. 23 – Auburn Rodeo – Auburn, Alabama (TICKETS)
Morgan Wallen, Parker McCollum, Jon Langston and Trey Lewis.
Oct. 30 – Bristol Motor Speedway – Bristol, Tennessee (TICKETS)
Morgan Wallen, Granger Smith (as well as Smith’s alter-ego Earl Dibbles Jr.), Larry Fleet, Jon Langston and ERNEST.
Nov. 6 – Coosa Valley Fairgrounds – Rome, Georgia (TICKETS)
Morgan Wallen, HARDY and ERNEST.
Nov. 12 – The Grounds – Mobile, Alabama (TICKETS)
Morgan Wallen, HARDY, Ernest and Ashland Craft.
Pre-sale tickets for the shows are on-sale now, while general on-sale begins at 10:30 CT on Tuesday, September 21 via MorganWallen.com.
Earlier this month, the “Wasted On You” singer returned to the stage for his first official headlining performance in quite some time.
The concert, which raised over $725,000 for The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee and the Tennessee Emergency Response Fund, dubbed Morgan Wallen & Friends, supported those impacted by the recent devastation in Middle Tennessee cause by flooding. Wallen was joined by Dierks Bentley, HARDY, Cole Swindell, Lainey Wilson, Josh Thompson, ERNEST, Ben Burgess, Jared Mullins and Lathan Warlick at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works for the sold-out benefit show.
Additionally, Wallen’s latest project, Dangerous: The Double Album, was recently nominated for CMA Album Of The Year at the 2021 CMA Awards. The nomination came despite being ineligible to receive nominations in individual CMA Awards categories, including Entertainer of the Year and Male Vocalist of the Year.
He has also been added back into rotation at Country Radio with his current chart-climbing single “Sand In My Boots,” a song that appears on his record-breaking double album.