Exciting news country fans! Tennessee-based superstar Morgan Wallen will be hitting the road in 2022 on a 46-city tour. Named for his latest record “Dangerous: The Double Album,” The Dangerous Tour kicks off February 3. This is especially exciting because the demand for Morgan Wallen has only intensified since the star took a break amid controversy in 2020. And we’re all ready for some live music!
Further, Wallen will be joined by Hardy, the latest artist to makes waves with “Give Heaven Some Hell.” He’ll also be accompanied for part of the tour by Larry Fleet – an established Nashville songwriter and singer of “Where I Find God.”
The tour begins in Evansville, Indiana February 3 and will end in Los Angeles at the end of September. Tickets go on sale November 19 and are available at MorganWallen.com.
Wallen shared the news via Twitter to an overwhelming positive response.
The singer’s newest album spent more than nine weeks at number one on the Billboard Hot 200, becoming one of only four country albums to do so. As his sophomore album, Wallen falls just behind Garth Brooks, Billy Ray Cyrus and Taylor Swift for most weeks at the top of the Billboard Hot 200.
He made waves with tunes like “Sand in My Boots,” “Wasted On You” and “7 Summers.” The singer/songwriter articulates his music with an emotional feeling that resonates with fans. And it seems the hits keep coming – in a good way.
Morgan Wallen’s Return to the Stage
According to the official Morgan Wallen website, the singer is also breaking records at, well, record-speed.
“Proving to be a red-hot ticket, Wallen recently SOLD OUT a three-night appearance at Rupp Arena in Lexington, KY, which tied a record with Garth Brooks. Over 36K tickets were sold in less than 90 minutes for the December 3, 4, and 5 dates. He followed it up with another landmark performance at The Grounds in Mobile, AL, this past Friday (11/12), hosting a staggering 31K,” the website offers.
Despite controversy surrounding Wallen last year, the singer has proven that he’s ready to be back on top and move forward from the incident. His fans have been supportive throughout the ordeal, sharing their love for him on social media.
And while the “Cover Me Up” singer recently lost the CMA for Album of the Year to Chris Stapleton, he handled it with complete grace.
“I wake up every morning and thank the Lord for my blessings. Tomorrow morning will be no different. I love y’all,” Wallen tweeted.
A full list of show dates are available on the official website MorganWallen.com. So we suggest you mark your calendars and prepare now. This is going to be one hot tour!