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Morgan Wallen Adds Fourteen US Dates To His 2023 World Tour

December 6, 2022 9:46 am GMT
Last Edited June 4, 2023 11:01 am GMT

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Morgan Wallen has just made his blockbuster world tour even more blockbuster by adding fourteen extra dates.

This means that, in total, Wallen will play 58 shows in over fifty cities.

The venues receiving an additional Wallen date include Milwaukee's American Family Field, Detroit's Ford Field and Boston's Fenway Park, along with two new shows for Toronto's Budweiser Stage.

Fans in East Rutherford, Atlanta, Virginia Beach, Pittsburgh, Chicago, St. Louis, San Diego, Phoenix and Vancouver will also be getting another chance to see Wallen live.

Additionally, Morgan Wallen's team confirmed that the Washington DC date, which was initially set for August 26 at Nationals Park, has now been moved to September 2 at the new venue of FedEx Field.

The support, which will vary from show to show, is set to be Ernest, HARDY, Parker McCollum and Bailey Zimmerman. Zimmerman spoke to Holler recently about the advice Morgan Wallen has given him about the dedication involved in putting on an excellent live show, and he'll no doubt be putting this into practice in 2023.

The announcement follows Wallen's release of three new singles, which he explained would be a ‘sampler’ of what fans could expect out on the road next year.

Soon after they dropped, ‘One Thing At A Time’, ‘Days That End In Why’ and the football-themed ‘Tennessee Fan’ all soared into the top ten of iTunes US all-genre chart.

After this tantalising aperitif, fans will appreciate the fourteen extra opportunities to experience the main course in 2023.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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