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Morgan Wallen Announces Rescheduled ‘One Night At A Time’ Tour Date for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

August 11, 2023 9:33 am GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 9:52 pm GMT

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Morgan Wallen has confirmed the rescheduled date for his show at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with the new show now set to take place on May 11 2024.

The postponed tour-stop will feature support from Parker McCollum and Morgan's ‘Cowgirls’ collaborator, Ernest, with all tickets to the original date being honoured for the 2024 show.

<p>Morgan Wallen Rescheduled Date - Philadelphia, PA</p>

The new Citzens Bank Park stop is the last of the shows that needed to be arranged as a result of Morgan Wallen being forced to go on vocal rest, after reinjuring his vocal chords back in May.

Philadelphia's fervent country music fanbase will no doubt be glad to now have a date set in stone for Morgan's new show. The ‘Last Night’ megastar will be performing a double-header on the other side of the state in Pittsburgh towards the end of August, following his trio of shows at Boston's Fenway Park next week.

In tandem with the rescheduled date announcement, the support for the rearranged shows have been unveiled. All dates will feature a combination of the current opening acts for Morgan's One Night At A Time tour, with Ernest, Parker McCollum and Bailey Zimmerman all joining the ‘Everything I Love’ singer-songwriter at various points.

In addition, Big Loud prodigy and Holler favourite, Lauren Watkins, has excitingly been revealed as the support for two of the rescheduled shows across September 8-9 2023 at Illinois’ Vibrant Arena and Nebraska's Pinnacle Bank Arena respectively.

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