Good news, Kane Brown fans! The singer just announced he will kick off his Worldwide Beautiful Tour in 2020, heading overseas to perform in places like Dublin London, Amsterdam, Paris and Berlin, before playing plenty of shows in North America.
“We’ve been getting asked for a while when we were going to be heading overseas, and there have been a few times it's almost worked out, but 2020 just overall was the right timing,” Brown told USA Today “We’ve known about it for a while, and I am glad we can tell people we are coming back out on the road.
“It’s important to us and to our fans to keep showing up for them," he added, "and knowing how much we appreciate their support.”
The tour is named after a song Brown has yet to share with his fans.
“We named the tour ‘Worldwide Beautiful’ after a song I am working on now, which we have teased a bit but haven’t officially released yet,” Brown revealed. “But fans can look for that soon and for us to play it out on the road.”
Brown plans on bringing his wife, Katelyn, and new baby daughter, Kingsley with him for at least some of the dates on his Worldwide Beautiful Tour, where he will likely perform his new song, "For My Daughter."
“I feel like a lot of stuff in my life has led to this moment, and being able to be there for her and be better for her is inspiring,” Brown said. “This is the first tour she will get to see what her dad does, so I want to be able to put on the best show, make the best music, be the best dad ... Just overall try to be the best version of myself for our family and the fans that have been with us through everything this year.”
Worldwide Beautiful Tour Dates:0comments
Feb. 2: Academy Dublin in Dublin
Feb. 4: O2 Forum Kentish Town in London
Feb. 5: Melkweg in Amsterdam
Feb. 6: L’Alhambra in Paris
Feb. 8: Metropol in Berlin
Feb. 29: Jim Whelan Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City, New Jersey
March 1: PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania
March 5: Cross Insurance Arena in Portland, Maine
March 6: Times Union Center in Albany, New York
March 7: KeyBank Center in Buffalo, New York
March 19: Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
March 20: Tribute Communities Centre in Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
March 21: Budweiser Gardens in London, Ontario, Canada
March 26: North Charleston Coliseum in South Carolina
March 28: Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida
April 23: BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo, Mississippi
April 24: Brandon Amphitheater in Brandon, Mississippi
April 25: CAJUNDOME in Lafayette, Louisiana
April 30: Don Haskins Center in El Paso, Texas
May 1: United Supermarkets Arena in Lubbock, Texas
May 7: Pinnacle Bank Arena in Lincoln, Nebraska
May 8: TaxSlayer Center in Moline, Illinois
May 9: Sprint Center in Kansas City, Missouri
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