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HARDY: The Quit!! Tour

July 14, 2023 4:25 pm GMT
Last Edited January 12, 2024 7:01 pm GMT

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If anyone celebrated one hell of a banner year in 2023, it was country-rocker HARDY.

Following the release of his album, the mockingbird & THE CROW, in January, he spent the bulk of the year introducing fans old and new to his new, metal-inspired sound all across the US.

After such an explosive year for the genre-agnostic singer-songwriter, you'd think he'd pump the brakes and catch his breath, but not even two weeks after the calendar turned over to 2024 he's already unveiling his next musical era with the release of lead single, 'QUIT!!', and an accompanying tour headed into the summer.

To view and purchase tickets for HARDY's 2024 concert tour dates, see below:

After fulfilling a handful of rescheduled dates from last fall, HARDY will come out swinging on May 30 in Rogers, Arkansas.

With nearly every weekend of the summer booked up with three-plus shows a piece, he'll bring his genre-blurring brand of country music to fans in Missouri, Indiana, New York, North Carolina, Virginia and more through the month of June.

Come July, he'll wrap this first string of shows up with appearances in Cincinnati, Ohio and Tinley Park, Illinois on the 25th and 27th, respectively.

HARDY will be bringing quite the crew of special guests with him, including Kip Moore, Travis Denning, Ella Langley and Holler favorite Stephen Wilson Jr., all of whom will serve as support on various dates throughout the trek.

The 'Truck Bed' tunesmith will be on hand at a variety of top-tier festivals in 2024, including Tortuga Music Festival and Stagecoach in April, as well as Patriotic Festival, Country Concert, Rock the South and Country Thunder Alberta, among others.

Having already gained a reputation for putting on high-octane, electrifying shows, the singer-songwriter's foray into the rockier outer edges of country has only amplified this.

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Written by Lydia Farthing