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Ernest Announces 2023 ‘This Fire’ Tour

April 24, 2023 1:30 pm GMT

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Ernest is turning up the heat with his latest announcement. He'll be bringing his headlining This Fire tour to a variety of states this Fall.

Named after one of the many highlights from his 2023 Flower Shops: Two Dozen Roses deluxe album, the upcoming tour will continue the momentum Ernest has been building up while supporting his good buddy Morgan Wallen on his One Night At A Time world tour.

Ernest's This Fire tour will take the ‘Flower Shops’ hitmaker across states such as Florida, Mississippi, Georgia, Illinois, South Carolina, Los Angeles, Michigan and - of course - Ernest's hometown of Tennessee.

Unsurprisingly, Ernest will be returning to a number of places that he's already visited with Morgan Wallen, such as Oxford, Mississippi. The chart-topping singer-songwriter has been quickly growing his fanbase throughout Wallen's tour, with Ernest serenading arena-sized crowds with much-loved hits such as ‘Wild Wild West’ and ‘Burn Out’.

Attendees at the upcoming This Fire tour can also expect to hear a cover of Jelly Roll's No. 1 single, ‘Son Of A Sinner’, which Ernest penned alongside David Ray Stevens and Jelly Roll himself.

<p>Ernest This Fire 2023 Tour Poster</p>

Although we only received Two Dozen Roses in February, fans will be hoping Ernest might have released another project by the time his This Fire tour kicks off in October.

Ernest has already started teasing his next album, and even shared a snippet of an unreleased track, ‘Summertime Flies’, which takes on a more R&B-leaning sound compared to the traditionalism of Flower Shops.

Ernest's This Fire tour will be supported by Jake Worthington, John Morgan and Cody Lohden, with ticket pre-sale for Ernest's fan-club community beginning at 10am local time.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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