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Dan + Shay Announce 2024 The Heartbreak On The Map Tour

September 14, 2023 1:50 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 7:33 pm GMT

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Dan + Shay have unveiled a sprawling run of shows as part of their 2024 The Heartbreak On The Map tour, which will feature support from Hailey Whitters and Ben Rector.

The hotly anticipated series of dates is due to kick off on February 29 in Greenville, South Carolina, with tour-stops lined up throughout March in Virginia, North Carolina, Texas, Oklahoma, Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Georgia and Illinois.

The Grammy-winning duo will then take their expansive armoury of chart-toppers to Wisconsin, Minnesota, Nebraska, Missouri, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Massachusetts in April.

Attendees will be excited to see Ben Rector and Hailey Whitters opening for Dan + Shay, particularly as Whitters continues to establish herself as one of the most exciting prodigies in the genre. Fans will undoubtedly be looking forward to hearing the Iowa native perform her much-loved 2022 single, ‘Everything She Ain't’.

Last month, Dan + Shay surprised Hailey Whitters with a Platinum plaque for ‘Everything She Ain't’, in recognition of the celebrated down-home anthem having racked up one million streams.

Dan + Shay's 2024 The Heartbreak On The Map tour has been put together in support of their new album, Bigger Houses, which will be released on Friday, September 15. It'll feature previously shared singles such as ‘Save Me The Trouble’, ‘We Should Get Married’ and more.

Pre-sale to The Heartbreak On The Map tour opens at 10am local time on Tuesday, September 19, with general on-sale beginning on Friday, September 22.

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