(NEWARK, NJ) -- Multi-platinum, 5X AMA award-winning entertainer and current CMA Award nominee Kane Brown announced details for his upcoming tour, In the Air. The tour kicks off in March and hit 29 cities along the way including Toronto, Las Vegas, and Atlanta, before wrapping in Arlington, TX at Globe Life Field. Locally, tour comes to the Prudential Center in Newark on Saturday, March 30, 2024 at 7:00pm. Tyler Hubbard and Parmalee are scheduled as supporting acts.
Register now at kanebrownmusic.com for Kane Brown’s artist pre-sale that begins Tuesday, September 26, 2023 at 10:00am ET time. Tickets for In The Air Tour will go on-sale to the general public Thursday, September 28, 2023 at 10:00am local time. The Prudential Center is located at 25 Lafayette Street in Newark, New Jersey.
Brown will wrap the tour with 5 major stadium shows including his return to the iconic Fenway Park in Boston, where earlier this year he made history as the first black atist to sell-out a headlining show there in the venue’s over 100 year history. Support for the tour will come from Tyler Hubbard, Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Bailey Zimmerman, Cole Swindell, Parmalee, LOCASH, and RaeLynn.
In 2023, Kane wrapped the Drunk or Dreaming Tour, which included his first headlining arena show at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville and a massive stadium show in Boston, MA at the historic Fenway Park. The Boston Globe heralded him as being “on his game” at the show. Pollstar exclaimed, “Kane Brown knocks it out of the park,” while Music Row claimed he “illuminated a sold-out crowd.” Kane also wrapped the international leg of the same tour earlier this year, which hit cities including Sydney, London, Amsterdam, and Berlin.
The tour announcement comes on the heels of Brown receiving the ACM Honors International Award honor for his contributions to the country music format on a global scale. Brown sat down with “Sunday TODAY” with Willie Geist to talk about his early start in the industry, touring globally, as well as his upcoming new music and tour dates.
Brown's new single, “I Can Feel It” samples Phil Collins’ legendary drum solo and single from “In the Air Tonight.” Collins, along with Brown, Gabe Foust, and Jaxson Free, is also credited as an “I Can Feel It” songwriter. “I Can Feel It” is the follow up to Brown’s 10th career #1 at Country radio, “Bury Me In Georgia,” which topped the Billboard Country and Country Aircheck charts this week, and his current CMA-nominated #1 hit, “Thank God.”
Named “the future of country music” (Billboard), Brown first broke onto the scene with the arrival of his self-titled, 2X Platinum debut album (2016), where he became the first artist ever to lead all five of Billboard’s main country charts simultaneously and topped the Billboard Top Country Albums chart for 13 weeks and earned two of the most-streamed country songs of all time (chart-topping singles 9X Platinum “Heaven,” 7X Platinum “What Ifs”).
His album Experiment (2018) hit #1 on the Billboard Top 200 all genre list-becoming the first Country artist in more than 24 years to top the chart with a sophomore album. Brown released his multi-song project Mixtape Vol. 1- which earned Brown an ACM Award nomination for Album of the Year (2021) and an ACM win for “Video of the Year.”
Named to Time’s 100 most influential people in the world (2021), Kane Brown has ascended from independently built social media notability to an ACM Entertainer of the Year nominee (2023)-and has become one of country music’s most accomplished mainstays and global entertainers. He has earned ten chart-topping No. 1 singles at Country radio, headlined internationally sold out tours and stadium dates, and garnered a series of milestones that continue to expand the perception of country music and break musical boundaries- from being named to the Time100 list (2021) to becoming the first black artist in history to headline and sell out Boston’s historic Fenway Park (2023) to his win ACM Video of the Year (2021) and multiple CMA, ACM, Billboard, AMA, CMT and People’s Choice Award nominations, with The NY Times noting, “Kane Brown didn’t fit the country music mold. So he made his own.”