CMA Award Nominee Breland Announces Fall Headline “Here For It” Tour

Multi-faceted singer Breland announced his upcoming Here For It tour in the fall. The tour’s announcement follows the release of his latest album Cross Country, which features popular songs like “Praise the Lord,” featuring Thomas Rhett, “Cross Country,” featuring Mickey Guyton, and “Throw it Back,” featuring Toby Keith.

The Here For It tour commences in November in Oxford, Ohio, at Brick Street. The first four dates are back to back, but between his Hampton, NH show and Richmond, VA show, he will have an 11-day hiatus. The tour lasts over a week and ends with him performing at The Foundry at the Filmore in Philadelphia, PA.

Before his tour, he’s set to perform at the Opry on Oct. 5 and join country singer Russell Dickerson in the UK from Oct. 11 to Oct. 22. He also announced that he’s a performer in one of country music’s biggest festivals, Stagecoach, taking place in April 2023. He will perform on the first day, on which Luke Bryan is headlining.

Breland broke into the music industry with his platinum hit, “My Truck,” gaining popularity on TikTok. His collaborations with other country artists along with blending R&B and Hip Hop with the genre show how much country music is evolving – he’s a staple in the rejuvenation of country.

Listen to his latest album and grab your tickets to a show near you!

Announced dates, cities, and venues of BRELAND’s HERE FOR IT TOUR:
November

16| Oxford, OH – Brick Street
17| Waterloo, NY – del Lago Resort & Casino – The Vine
18| New York, NY – Mercury Lounge
19| Hampton, NH – Wally’s
30| Richmond, VA – The National

December
1| Norfolk, VA – The NorVa
2| Washington, DC – Union Stage
3| Philadelphia, PA – The Foundry at The Fillmore

*Check local venue websites for presale details.

Taylor Berry Author
Sorry! The Author has not filled his profile.
×
Taylor Berry Author
Sorry! The Author has not filled his profile.

1 Comment

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.