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Country singer Kane Brown unveiled Thursday plans for a full-court return to touring this fall.
Called the "Blessed & Free" tour, Brown's return to live music tips off Oct. 1 in Sacramento, stretching 35 stops through Feb. 2022.Along the way, Brown will have shows at each of North America's 29 NBA arenas (a 30-team league, the Los Angeles Lakers and Clippers share a home court).
Dates include the Staples Center in Los Angeles, American Airlines Center in Dallas and FedEx Forum in Memphis. The tour includes two inaugural headlining dates for Brown in New York City: Madison Square Garden in Manhattan and Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Jordan Davis and Chase Rice swap main support duties on select dates. Restless Road, the first signee to Brown's new Sony Entertainment Nashville imprint label, 1021 Entertainment, opens the tour.
Public ticket on-sale launches April 16 at 10 a.m. local time via kanebrownlive.com.
He's the second arena-sized country singer in as many days to announce a return to touring since COVID-19 halted virtually all major concerts. Eric Church announced Wednesday his 55-show "Gather Again" tour, also set to kick off this fall.
And a Nashville date isn't announced for the tour, but fans can see Brown on stage in Music City next week as part of the ACM Awards. Brown, who earned an ACM Awards Album of the Year nomination for his "Mixtape Vol. 1," performs April 18 during the annual CBS broadcast.
Known for Platinum-selling country hits including "Heaven," "What Ifs," and "Good As You," Brown announces his tour on the heels of latest single "Famous Friends," a collaboration with Chris Young.
Kane Brown 'Blessed & Free' tour dates
Oct. 1: Sacramento - Golden 1 Center
Oct. 2: Los Angeles - STAPLES Center
Oct. 8: Nampa - Ford Idaho Center
Oct. 9: Salt Lake City - Vivint Arena
Oct. 10: Denver - Ball Arena
Oct. 14: Oklahoma City - Chesapeake Energy Center
Oct. 15: Houston - Toyota Center
Oct. 16: San Antonio - AT&T Center
Oct. 17: Dallas - American Airlines Center
Oct. 22: New Orleans - Smoothie King Center
Oct. 23: Memphis - FedExForum
Oct. 24: Atlanta - State Farm Arena
Nov. 4: Washington, D.C. - Capital One Arena
Nov. 5: Brooklyn - Barclays Center
Nov. 6: State College - Bryce Jordan Center
Nov. 19: Toronto - Scotiabank Arena
Nov. 20 Detroit - Little Caesars Arena
Nov 21: Cleveland - Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse
Dec. 2: Miami - AmericanAirlines Arena
Dec. 3: Orlando - Amway Center
Dec. 4: Charlotte - Spectrum Center
Jan. 6: 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
Jan. 30, 2022: San Francisco - Chase Center
Feb. 3, 2022: Phoenix - Phoenix Suns Arena
Feb. 4, 2022: Las Vegas - T-Mobile Arena
This article originally appeared on Nashville Tennessean: Kane Brown announces 35-stop arena tour kicking off in October