Get ready, folks! Jordan Davis will hit the road in 2020 for his headlining Trouble Town Tour.
Starting the year right with his first date in Milwaukee, the 20-plus-date tour will make additional stops in Atlanta, Denver, L.A., New York, and more. Kassi Ashton and Hailey Whitters will serve as openers.
In a press conference, he expressed how excited he was to get back on tour and perform for his fans. He also touched on how talented his opening acts were.
“I’m really excited to get back on the road and in front of my amazing fans. Kassi is just a true artist in every sense of the word and Hailey is an extremely talented songwriter, I’m glad the rest of the world is getting to know both of them. Not only are they incredible songwriters, singers and artists but they are even better people and I’m honored to have them out with me.”
The 2020 Trouble Town Tour is named for Davis’ new song “Trouble Town.” The song follows Davis’ current single, “Slow Dance in a Parking Lot,” which comes from his debut album, Home State.
Tickets go on sale on Nov. 1, with a pre-sale beginning on Oct. 29. Visit his website for complete details.
Jordan Davis’ 2020 Trouble Town Tour
Jan. 10 | Milwaukee, WI | The Rave*
Jan. 11 | Rosemont, IL | Joe’s Live*
Jan. 16 | Springfield, IL | Boondocks*
Jan. 17 | Minneapolis, MN | Varsity Theater*
Jan. 25 | Detroit, MI | Majestic Theatre**
Jan. 30 | Charlottesville, VA | Jefferson Theater*
Jan. 31 | Charlotte, NC | Coyote Joe’s*
Feb. 1 | Atlanta, GA | Buckhead Theatre*
Feb. 6 | Cincinnati, OH | Bogart’s*
Feb. 7 | Madison, WI | Majestic Theatre*
Feb. 20 | Council Bluffs, IA | Whiskey Roadhouse**
Feb. 21 | Denver, CO | Grizzly Rose**
Feb. 22 | Denver, CO | Grizzly Rose**
Feb. 27 | Boise, ID | Knitting Factory+
Feb. 28 | Spokane, WA | Knitting Factory+
Feb. 29 | Eugene, OR | McDonald Theatre**
March 5 | Sacramento, CA | Ace of Spades+
March 6 | Los Angeles, CA | El Rey Theatre**
March 19 | New York, NY | Webster Hall**
March 20 | Verona, NY | Turning Stone Resort Casino**
March 21 | Baltimore, MD | Rams Head Live**
*Featuring Kassi Ashton
**Featuring Hailey Whitters
+Show Opener TBD
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