Paisley heads overseas again
Monday, October 16, 2023
– Brad Paisley will head overseas for the 10th time to tour Europe in early 2024.
Paisley, who will open the shows on Feb. 127 in Reykjavki, Iceland, will play five Country To Country concerts. Tickets available for all dates at bradpaisley.com. Opening acts will announced later.
Tour dates are:
Feb. 27 Reykjavik, Iceland Harpa Eldborg Hall
Feb. 29 Zurich, Switzerland The Hall
March 2 Rotterdam, Netherlands* Rotterdam AHOY
March 3 Berlin, Germany* Verti Music Hall
March 5 Stockholm, Sweden Hovet
March 6 Oslo, Norway Spektrum
March 8 Glasgow, Scotland* The SSE Hydro
March 9 London, England* The O2
March 10 Belfast, Northern Ireland* SSE Arena
* = Country To Country dates
The tour is named after Paisley's upcoming album, "Son Of The Mountains," anticipated for release around the time of the tour's launch. Last month, Paisley released "Son Of The Mountains: This First Four Tracks," which included the previously released songs "Same Here" featuring Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and "So Many Summers" plus the newly released title track and "The Medicine Will."
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