Danielle Bradbery; Photo Courtesy of CeCe Dawson
Danielle Bradbery; Photo Courtesy of CeCe Dawson

Danielle Bradbery Announces First-Ever Headlining Tour, Says “I’ve Built A Show That I’m Really Proud Of”

Danielle Bradbery just announced her first-ever headlining tour! 

The powerhouse vocalist took to social media on Tuesday morning (Jan. 3) to reveal the exciting news with fans, simply writing “Coming to A Special Place near you. ❤️‍🔥”

Dubbed A Special Place Tour, the trek will kick off on February 23 in Indianapolis, Indiana and continues through April 1, where the tour will wrap up in Bradbery’s hometown of Houston, Texas. 

“I’m so excited to hit the road for my very first headline tour,” Bradbery exclaimed. “I’ve built a show that I’m really proud of and I can’t wait for everyone to see it.”


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Tickets for Bradbery’s A Special Place Tour go on sale Thursday, January 5 at 10 AM local time via her official website. Fan club pre-sale tickets are on-sale now.

Danielle Bradbery’s A Special Place Tour Comes In Support Of Her Latest Single

The tour comes in support of Bradbery’s latest single “A Special Place,” which is set to impact Country radio on February 13.

A Special Place,” which has already amassed 2.5+ million global streams, was written by Maren Morris, Sasha Sloan, Shane McAnally and Jimmy Robbins. The edgy breakup song finds Bradbery sending an ex to “a special place in hell.”

“There’s a special place in Hell / A zero-star hotel / Don’t worry ’bout your stay / ‘Cause I’ve already paid / There’s a special place in Hell for you,” Bradbery sang on the tune’s chorus.

Bradbery recently shared a video on YouTube detailing the story behind the song.

“‘A Special Place’ is that anthem song for anyone that has had that person in their life that has basically screwed you over,” she said. “It could be about a relationship, somebody that you used to work with, just anybody that has been that type of person in your life. But it’s not a song that’s like, in your face. It’s a mature way of saying, hey, you did this to me, so I’m gonna move on and let everyone else take care of you.”

Produced by Nathan Chapman and Derek Wells, “A Special Place” is the first new music from Bradbery since the release of In Between: The Collection, which dropped in March of 2022. The song also follows her recent stand-alone singles: “Stop Draggin’ Your Boots,” “Break My Heart Again” and “Look At the Mess I’m In.”

“A Special Place” Launches A New “Era Of Music” For Danielle Bradbery

The new song launches a new era of music for Bradbery, according to a recent Instagram post, which read, “I’m always so pumped to share what I’ve been working on. Like I said before, I’m just so ready for y’all to hear this era of music so let it begin!!”


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While chatting with her label, Big Machine Label Group, Bradbery shared how previously released music allowed her to hone in even more on the artist she wants to be.

“I think the past music, whether it’s a cover, feature, my own song, has definitely lead me to what my mindset is now,” Bradbery explained. “I’ve figured out a lot of the direction, a lot of the sound I want. And you know, it’s really what my fans just love and love to listen to. I love singing everything, I’ve said that so many times, and I’ve learned a lot from those singles, and it’s a fun process. It’s an interesting one too because you learn something new every day.”

Prior to embarking on her first-ever headlining tour, Bradbery will hit the road with her “Midnight Crisis” duet partner Jordan Davis. The Texas native will serve as support from Davis on select dates of his tour, beginning on February 1 in Denver, Colorado at Mission Ballroom. 

For more information about Danielle Bradbery’s upcoming tour dates and to stay up-to-date with the country star, visit her official website HERE.

February 23 | HI-FI – Indianapolis, IN
February 24 | Joe’s Live – Rosemont, IL
February 25 | The Stache – Grand Rapids, MI
March 9 | Mercury Lounge – New York, NY
March 10 | MilkBoy – Philadelphia, PA
March 11 | The Hamilton – Washington, D.C.
March 30 | House of Blues – Dallas, TX
March 31 | Antone’s Nightclub – Austin, TX
April 1 | Warehouse Live – Houston, TX

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