Kane Brown announced a 35-date arena tour dubbed Blessed & Free tour.
Kicking off on October 1 in Sacramento, Brown’s Blessed & Free Tour will visit all 29 NBA basketball arenas throughout 2021 and 2022, marking the first country artist in history to headline every NBC basketball arena on a single tour.
The country star is set to visit milestone venues from coast-to-coast, including Brown’s first headlining dates at New York City’s Madison Square Garden and Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. Brown also returns to play the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles. Brown is among a handful of country artists in the arena’s 20-year history to sell-out the venue. In addition to the NBA arenas, Blessed & Free will make stops in Nampa, State College, Louisville, Pittsburgh, and Seattle at the brand new Climate Pledge Arena before wrapping the tour in Las Vegas. Jordan Davis will join Brown for this date, as well as Restless Road, who Brown signed to his label, 1021 Entertainment.
In addition to the NBA arenas, Blessed & Free will make stops in Nampa, State College, Louisville, Pittsburgh, and Seattle at the brand new Climate Pledge Arena before wrapping the tour in Las Vegas. Jordan Davis will join Brown as support for all 2021 tour dates, with Chase Rice joining the tour in 2022. Restless Road, who Brown signed to his label, 1021 Entertainment, will open all shows throughout the full tour. The tour is being promoted by AEG Presents.
The ‘Blessed & Free’ tour marks Brown’s first trek since his Worldwide Beautiful Arena Tour was postponed due to the ongoing global health crisis.
Registration for Kane Brown’s pre-sale begins Thursday, April 8 at 10 a.m. CDT at kanebrownlive.com. Tickets go on-sale to the general public Friday, April 16, at 10 a.m. CDT, via ATTCenter.com, Ticketmaster.com. A limited number of VIP Packages will be available. These exclusive offers include an amazing selection of tickets, early-access to the General Admission Pit, limited edition merchandise and much more. Visit kanebrownmusic.com for a full list of tour dates, additional pre-sale and ticket on-sale information. Tickets will go on sale to the public April 16, 2021.
- Oct. 1: Sacramento – Golden 1 Center
- Oct. 2: Los Angeles – STAPLES Center
- Oct. 8: Nampa – Ford Idaho Center
- Oct. 9: Salt Lake City – Vivint Arena
- Oct. 10: Denver – Ball Arena
- Oct. 14: Oklahoma City – Chesapeake Energy Center
- Oct. 15: Houston – Toyota Center
- Oct. 16: San Antonio – AT&T Center
- Oct. 17: Dallas – American Airlines Center
- Oct. 22: New Orleans – Smoothie King Center
- Oct. 23: Memphis – FedExForum
- Oct. 24: Atlanta – State Farm Arena
- Nov. 4: Washington, D.C. – Capital One Arena
- Nov. 5: Brooklyn – Barclays Center
- Nov. 6: State College – Bryce Jordan Center
- Nov. 19: Toronto – Scotiabank Arena
- Nov. 20 Detroit – Little Caesars Arena
- Nov 21: Cleveland – Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
- Dec. 2: Miami – AmericanAirlines Arena
- Dec. 3: Orlando – Amway Center
- Dec. 4: Charlotte – Spectrum Center
- Jan. 6: Indianapolis – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
- Jan. 7, 2022: Louisville – KFC Yum! Center
- Jan. 8, 2022: Pittsburgh – PPG Paints Arena
- Jan. 13, 2022: Philadelphia – Wells Fargo Center
- Jan. 14, 2022: Boston – TD Garden
- Jan. 15, 2022: New York – Madison Square Garden
- Jan. 20, 2022: Milwaukee – Fiserv Forum
- Jan. 21, 2022: Minneapolis – Target Center
- Jan. 22, 2022: Chicago – United Center
- Jan. 27, 2022: Portland – Moda Center
- Jan. 28, 2022: Seattle – Climate Pledge Arena
- Jan. 30, 2022: San Francisco – Chase Center
- Feb. 3, 2022: Phoenix – Phoenix Suns Arena
- Feb. 4, 2022: Las Vegas – T-Mobile Arena