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Brown announces '21 tour dates

Thursday, June 18, 2020 – Kane Brown announced today that his Worldwide Beautiful Tour will kick off in Texas in March 2021.

Brown postponed the tour in March due to COVID-19 after playing five shows.

Brown tweeted, "Can't wait to see you all again." Worldwide Beautiful is the name of a new song that Brown dropped two weeks ago in the wake of the George Floyd murder.

The new tour dates are:
March 13 - Lubbock, Texas
March 14 - El Paso, Texas
March 19-20 - Jacksonville, Fla.
March 25 - North Charleston, S.C.
March 26 - Greensboro, N.C.
April 8 -9 - Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
April 10 - London, Ontario, Canada
April 22 - Moline, Ill.
April 23 - Kansas City, Mo.
April 24 - Lincoln, Neb.
April 29 - Tupelo, Miss.
April 30 - Brandon, Miss.
May 1- Lafayette, La.

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