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Parker McCollum Announces ‘Burn It Down’ Tour with Larry Fleet, Corey Kent and More

October 13, 2023 4:25 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 11:38 am GMT

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Parker McCollum has unveiled his 2024 Burn It Down tour, with the ‘Pretty Heart’ crooner set to take Corey Kent, Larry Fleet, George Birge and Catie Offerman out on the road with him.

The Texas native will be performing across his home-state, Utah, Oregon, Georgia, New York, Florida, Michigan, Alabama, Colorado, New Mexico, West Virginia and more.

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The Burn It Down tour, which has been named after McCollum's latest Country Radio single, will kick off in Spokane, Washington on January 18, with the expansive run of shows due to come to a close on August 31 in Corpus Christi, Texas.

Attendees will be excited to hear the laidback, chart-topping crooner perform an array of fan-favourites from his recently released album, Never Enough, including the stormy ‘Hurricane’, the high-octane ‘Speed’ and the whiskey-soaked ‘Handle On You’.

In addition to the plethora of new tour-stops confirmed by Parker McCollum, the traditional-leaning country hitmaker has also been booked for a slew of high-profile 2024 festivals, including Gulf Coast Jam, Country Jam Colorado and WE Fest.

In tandem with the tour announcement, Parker McCollum shared his excitement at the prospect of embarking on this headlining run, “2024 is going to be the biggest and best show we have ever put together. I can’t wait for all the fans to come see what we are working up. The Burn It Down Tour is going to be absolutely epic”.

You can find Parker McCollum's full list of shows here.

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Written by Maxim Mower
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