Chase Wright Kicks Off 2023 Headlining Hurt No More Tour: “I’m So Grateful”

Wright’s Hurt No More Tour kicked off on March 24 and continues through July 15, where the trek wraps up in Topeka, Kansas.


Ally Roden


Posted on March 29, 2023

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Chase Wright; Photo Courtesy of Alexa Campbell

With over 150 million career streams and a tour alongside Parmalee under his belt, country riser Chase Wright recently set out on his headlining Hurt No More Tour. 

The stint — titled after his track of the same name that was added to SiriusXM The Highway’s “On the Horizon” show’s rotation — kicked off on March 24 at Indianapolis, IN’s HI-FI. The Indiana-native will take the stage at venues across the country this spring and summer before wrapping up the tour on July 15 in Topeka, KS.

“Even when in the writing room, we always have the end goal of performing them live for fans,” explained Wright. “It’s what influences everything, that connection. I’m so grateful for the way this music has resonated with people across the country and that the moment has come to tour with all this new music.”

Chase Wright 2023 Tour Dates


13 — Columbia, SC — The Senate

14 — Macon, GA — Hargray Capitol Theatre

15 — Decatur, GA — Eddie’s Attic

20 — Boston, MA — Six String Grill & Stage*

22 — West Chester, OH — Lori’s Roadhouse*

26 — Des Moines, IA — Wooly’s

27 — Omaha, NE — Barnato

28 — Columbia, MO — Rose Music Hall


9 — Peoria, IL — RiverFront^

21 — Great Falls, MT — The Newberry

22 — Idaho Falls, ID — The Gem

24 — Cheyenne, WY — Outlaw Saloon

12 — Nashville, IL — Washington County Fair w/ Rodney Atkins

13 — Springfield, MO — Club Rodeo 

14 — Fisher, IL — Fisher Community Fair w/ Lonestar

15 — Topeka, KS — Country Stampede*

*Previously announced dates

Concert-goers can look forward to hearing some of Wright’s newest tracks, including “Hurt No More,” “Wish You’d Miss Me” and his most recent release, “Never Loved Before.” Penned by Chase with Jeffrey East and Josh Kelley and produced by Jared Keim, “Never Loved Before” reflects on the true meaning of love and how those feelings have evolved after entering parenthood.

The fast-rising country star welcomed his first son, Ashur Lee Wright, into the world in Nov. 2022 with girlfriend Brittany Norris. The strong relationship he has built with Norris paired with the joys of becoming a new father gave Wright a new perspective on love — an outlook that was more mature and authentic than the “Lying with You” singer had ever felt before.

“Everyone grows up learning how to navigate relationships differently, thinking they know what love is from an early age — and I was no different. Being in a relationship and raising our son Ashur together has taught me so much about love and partnership. And I’ve learned that love runs much deeper than any emotion I’ve felt before,” said Wright. “Growing together… and I hope that’s something everyone can find and recognize.”

Watch the official music video for “Never Loved Before” below.

YouTube video

To purchase tickets to the remaining Hurt No More Tour dates, click here.

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