Brown schedules international tour
Thursday, May 5, 2022
– Kane Brown will launch at international tour, "The Drunk or Dreaming Tour," starting in September. The tour will take him to Australia, the United Kingdom and western Europe.
The tour kicks off in Melbourne, Australia on Sept. 17. He will play three shows in Australia, one in Auckland New Zealand and then head to Canada on Dec. 1 for 10 shows.
Brown will head back to Europe on Jan. 17, 2023 for a show in Glasgow, United Kingdom. The tour concludes Jan. 31, 2023 in Stockholm, Sweden.
Brown will release a new single, "Like I Love Country Music," on Friday.
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