Brett Young announces 2020 The Chapters Tour

Dates kick off in January with tickets on sale November 8th

Riding the momentum of “an incredible 2019” (E! News), multi-platinum selling performer Brett Young shares details for his headlining The Chapters Tour. Hitting nearly 30 cities on the trek throughout the U.S. and Canada, Young will bring his “big stage presence” to a “die-hard audience” (OC Register) beginning in January. Featuring special guest Matt Ferranti, tickets go on sale starting Friday, November 8th at 10 am local time at

The Chapters Tour – celebrating and integrating milestones from every corner of Young’s storied journey – follows yet another landmark year in which he continued his “meteoric rise” (Augusta Chronicle). Headlining dates throughout the year, the five-time chart-topper sold out three back-to-back sold out shows at The Novo in LA, making him the first country artist to have three dates in a row at the iconic venue. Additionally, Young appeared at multiple festivals including stops at Country LakeShake in Chicago, IL, Faster Horses in Brooklyn, MI, and iHeartRadio Festival in Las Vegas. Next year, he will return to the 2020 Stagecoach lineup on Friday, April 24th in Indio, CA.

“I’m so excited about The Chapters Tour for so many reasons,” Young shares. “Being in a position to continue to headline even bigger shows is an honor and humbling, and I can’t wait to show our fans what we’ve been working on for them. They’re definitely in for some surprises!”

His current “fan-favorite” (E! News) single “Catch,” lauded for its “emotional balladry” (UpRoxx) continues its ascent inside the Top 30 at country radio. Young’s multi-week No. 1 smash “Here Tonight” earned his fifth consecutive RIAA platinum certification. Additionally, VEVO recently recognized the music video for Young’s 5X platinum hit “In Case You Didn’t Know” as the third most-viewed country music video ever with over 316 million views to date.

The Chapters Tour Dates:

1/30 – Knoxville Civic Auditorium – Knoxville, TN
1/31 – Stranahan Theater – Toledo, OH
2/1 – Hammerstein Ballroom – New York, NY
2/6 – Old National Events Plaza – Evansville, IN
2/7 – Stifel Theatre – St. Louis, MO
2/8 – Brown County Music Center – Nashville, IN
2/14 – SNHU Arena – Manchester, NH
2/15 – Bob Carpenter Center – Newark, DE
2/27 – Orpheum Theatre – Omaha, NE
2/28 – Mankato Civic Center – Mankato, MN
2/29 – Swiftel Center – Brookings, SD
3/26 – Robinson Performance Hall – Little Rock, AR
3/27 – The Criterion – Oklahoma City, OK
4/16 – Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium – Chattanooga, TN
4/17 – Township Auditorium – Columbia, SC
4/18 – Sprint Pavilion – Charlottesville, VA
4/25 – Red Rock Casino Resort Spa – Las Vegas, NV
4/26 – Mechanics Bank Theater – Bakersfield, CA
5/1 – Avila Beach Resort – San Luis Obispo, CA
5/4 – The Union – Salt Lake City, UT
5/7 – Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium – Edmonton, AB
5/8 – Grey Eagle Event Centre – Calgary, AB
5/9 – Abbotsford Centre – Abbotsford, BC

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