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HARDY Announces Fall 2023 Arena Tour With Lainey Wilson

March 6, 2023 1:37 pm GMT
Last Edited June 9, 2023 1:21 pm GMT

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HARDY has unveiled his first ever arena tour, which is due to kick off in August, and will take the prolific singer-songwriter across states such as Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Missouri, Georgia, Illinois and more.

HARDY will conclude the eagerly anticipated run of dates in his home-state of Mississippi on December 9.

It'll be supported by Dylan Marlowe and HARDY's ‘wait in the truck’ collaborator, Lainey Wilson.

The news comes shortly after HARDY teased the Fall arena tour in a light-hearted video posted across his socials.

The video, filmed on HARDY's bus, follows the ‘SOLD OUT’ hitmaker's amusing selection process as he attempts to find a couple of opening acts for the upcoming tour.

After calling up Marlowe immediately and securing his spot on the tour, HARDY then runs through a list of high-profile artists in his phone-book.

He asks Brantley Gilbert, but then hilariously thinks twice and decides to look for a ‘bigger’ name, much to Gilbert's bemusement.

HARDY does the same for Thomas Rhett and Dierks Bentley, the latter of which rings off with a playful “Screw you” once he's told that, on second thought, he's not actually been chosen to support HARDY.

It's a tongue-in-cheek video starring an array of HARDY's closest pals and collaborators, with HARDY eventually settling on Lainey Wilson as his second supporting artist.

Fans will be excited to see the duo heading out on the road together, with HARDY and Lainey Wilson having previously put on a number of electrifying live performances together.

Earlier in the year, HARDY and Lainey teamed up for a powerful rendition of their hit collaboration, ‘wait in the truck’, on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

Although the country-rock maverick only recently released his new album, the mockingbird & THE CROW, some suspect he'll have released the third instalment of his hugely popular Hixtape series by the time his arena tour kicks off.

Speaking to Holler in January, HARDY delighted fans by revealing that Hixtape Vol. 3 was on the way.

news BREAKING • HARDY Reveals 'Hixtape Vol. 3' Is In The Works

The country-rock maverick also confirmed to Holler that the next instalment of the popular series would be “something completely different”.

HARDY is currently in the middle of his SOLD OUT headlining dates, and is due to join up with Morgan Wallen on the US leg of his blockbuster world tour, which starts later this month.

For the full list of dates for HARDY's upcoming the mockingbird & THE CROW Fall Tour, see below:

August

31 - Knoxville Civix Coliseum - Knoxville, TN

September

14 - Appalachian Wireless Arena - Pikeville, KY

15 - Huntingdon Center - Toledo, OH

16 - Covelli Centre - Youngstown, OH

October

5 - CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park - Simpsonville, SC

12 - First National Bank Arena - Jonesboro, AR

13 - Raising Cane's River Center Arena - Baton Rouge, LA

14 - The Wharf Amphitheater - Orange Beach, AL

19 - The St. Augustine Amphitheatre - St. Augustine, FL

20 - Hertz Arena - Estero, FL

27 - Nashville Municipal Auditorium - Nashville, TN

November

30 - The Resch Center - Green Bay, WI

December

1 - Peoria Civic Center - Peoria, IL

2 - Great Southern Bank Arena - Springfield, MO

7 - Enmarket Arena - Savannah, GA

8 - Von Braun Center Propst Arena - Huntsville, AL

9 - Mississippi Coast Coliseum & Convention Center - Biloxi, MS

For more on HARDY, see below:

Written by Maxim Mower
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