Dan + Shay Set to Host Concert for ‘Good Things’ Album Release in Nashville

by Jacklyn Krol

Dan + Shay are ready to treat fans to Good Things with a live album release show.

The country duo will perform their concert at The Great Lawn in Centennial Park in Nashville, Tennessee. This is the first time that a major full-scale concert is held there. The show will take place on their fourth album’s release day, August 13. Pre-sales for the special concert begin July 19 at 12 p.m. CT. General on-sale tickets will begin on July 23 at 10 a.m. CT.

The duo has currently been rehearsing for their upcoming Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour at the Bridgestone Arena. Last year, they kicked off the tour and performed two sold-out shows at the venue. They then had to pause the tour due to the pandemic and are ready to pick it back up once again.

The fall tour kicks off on September 9 in Greenville, South Carolina before concluding on December 7 in Boston, Massachusetts. Alternative pop-rock band The Band CAMINO and up-and-coming country songstress Ingrid Andress will support them.

Their upcoming record features twelve songs crafted by Dan + Shay. Additionally, Dan Smyers produced the record. Fans can pre-order the album HERE

“We poured every bit of our hearts into this project and have never been more excited for anything in our entire lives. can’t wait for it to be yours so soon,” they said in a social media post.

The band first released their duet with Justin Bieber in 2019 with “10,000 Hours.” Since then, they’ve released the record’s title track, “Glad You Exist” and “I Should Probably Go To Bed.”

Dan + Shay’s Discography

In an interview with Bobby Bones, Dan + Shay revealed that they have hundreds of unreleased songs prepared.

“There’s like one person who has the Dropbox link to all of our session files and all of our demos and stuff. We’re pretty precious and protective of what gets out there,” Smyers said. The radio host and duo brought up the subject about potential leaks of the unreleased tracks, as some artists have experienced hackers releasing their demos.

“Now Dan is going to be paranoid about that. He’s going to work on our next 17 albums over the next year,” Mooney teased. “We have a lot of music. I’m talking, hundreds of songs. But not a lot of them are actually produced. They’re demos. So, that being said, if we were going down in a plane crash Dan would be like, ‘Break the laptop. We’re not going down this way!’”