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Kane Brown Announces 35-City ‘Blessed & Free’ Tour: See Dates

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Kane Brown performs at the Bicentennial Mall in Nashville, Te for the 2020 CMT Awards, broadcast on Oct. 21, 2020.

Restless Road, Jordan Davis and Chase Rice are also confirmed to support Brown on tour.

Kane Brown is ready to play ball. The country superstar has unveiled a live lap of the United States, which includes concerts at all 29 NBA arenas.

Brown’s scheduled Blessed & Free Tour will visit 35 cities, kicking off Oct. 1 at Sacramento’s Golden 1 Center.

Produced by AEG Presents, the trek will also stop in at Nampa, State College, Louisville, Pittsburgh, Seattle. It'll wrap up on Feb. 4, 2022 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas.

Restless Road, who Brown signed to his label 1021 Entertainment, will open on all dates. Also confirmed is Jordan Davis, who support Brown on all 2021 tour dates, with Chase Rice joining in 2022.

Brown teased the ambitious jaunt during the 2020 NBA All-Star game in Chicago, where he played in the NBA celebrity All-Star game alongside the likes of Common, Jon Batiste and Bad Bunny.

Registration for the pre-sale begins Thursday (April 8). Visit kanebrownmusic.com for a full list of tour dates, additional pre-sale and ticket on-sale information.

The high-school star athlete has a knack for busting records. With his forthcoming coast-to-coast trek, Brown will become the first country artist in history to headline every NBA basketball arena in a single tour.

Back in 2018, the country singer and songwriter made history at the AMAs by collecting his first three wins on the same night.

In the same year, Brown’s sophomore album Experiment debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, his first leader.

Check out the full list of tour dates below.

Kane Brown’s "Blessed & Free Tour" Dates:

Oct. 1, 2021 -- Sacramento, Golden 1 Center
Oct. 2, 2021 -- Los Angeles, STAPLES Center
Oct. 8, 2021 -- Nampa, Ford Idaho Center
Oct. 9, 2021 -- Salt Lake City, Vivint Arena
Oct. 10, 2021 -- Denver Ball Arena
Oct. 14, 2021 -- Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Center
Oct. 15, 2021 -- Houston, Toyota Center
Oct. 16, 2021 -- San Antonio, AT&T Center
Oct. 17, 2021 -- Dallas American Airlines Center
Oct. 22, 2021 -- New Orleans, Smoothie King Center
Oct. 23, 2021 -- Memphis, FedExForum
Oct. 24, 2021 -- Atlanta, State Farm Arena
Nov. 4, 2021 -- Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena
Nov. 5, 2021 -- Brookly, Barclays Center
Nov. 6, 2021 -- State College, Bryce Jordan Center
Nov. 19, 2021 -- Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
Nov. 20, 2021 -- Detroit, Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 21, 2021 -- Cleveland, Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Dec. 2, 2021 -- Miami, AmericanAirlines Arena
Dec. 3, 2021 -- Orlando Amway Center
Dec. 4, 2021 -- Charlotte, Spectrum Center
Jan. 6, 2022 -- Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Jan. 7, 2022 -- Louisville, KFC Yum! Center
Jan. 8, 2022 -- Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
Jan. 13, 2022 -- Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
Jan. 14, 2022 -- Boston TD Garden
Jan. 15, 2022 -- New York, Madison Square Garden
Jan. 20, 2022 -- Milwaukee, Fiserv Forum
Jan. 21, 2022 -- Minneapolis, Target Center
Jan. 22, 2022 -- Chicago, United Center
Jan. 27, 2022 -- Portland, Moda Center
Jan. 28, 2022 -- Seattle, Climate Pledge Arena
Janu. 30, 2022 -- San Francisco Chase Center
Feb. 3, 2022 -- Phoenix Suns Arena
Feb. 4, 2022 -- Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena

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