Country music star Brett Young announced The Weekends Tour, which is set to start on Sept. 11th and run through early December with shows largely scheduled for Thursday-Sunday nights! In addition, Maddie & Tae, and Filmore are joining the tour as well; Ryan Hurd will appear at select show date/times.
The concert will be going on in a variety of states including Texas and California. This is your chance to see this country music star live! Brett Young’s most popular songs include “In Case You Didn’t Know,” “Mercy” and “Like I Loved You.” In case you’re not familiar with him, he was also featured on the Taylor Swift song “End Game” which went viral last year. He is currently holding the number one spot on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart for two weeks straight now. If you want to get an up-close view of one of country music’s rising stars then grab your tickets and head out.
Brett Young ‘The Weekends Tour’ dates and schedules 2021/ 2022
Brett Young is a country singer-songwriter who has been releasing music since he was just 16 years old. His latest album, “The Weekend,” debuted at number one on the Billboard Country Albums chart and his single of the same name hit number one on iTunes. He’s touring North America this year and will be back in 2021 to play some more shows! Check out Brett Young‘s tour dates for 2021 / 2022 below:
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Aug 20 Fri • 8:00pm
Springfield, IL Illinois State Fairgrounds Brett Young
The cost of tickets for The Weekends Tour not only varies by venue and date, it also grows the closer we get to the event. As of this answer, tickets are going for around $45 in general, but prices are subject to change as they always are.
Brett Young Ticket Prices
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Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Rams Head Live
Who is touring with Brett Young?
We all know that most of Nashville’s stars have been coming from small-town America for years, and it is always interesting to see who is kicking up dust in these parts now-a-days. That’s why I decided to make my way over to Maddie & Tae’s show at Filmore where they were joined by Ryan Hurd, and Matt Ferranti. These three are also on tour with Brett Young on his current album: “Don’t Look Now,”.
Tyler Stevens did a great job managing Brett for the past few years and helped his career grow immensely. They parted ways, but there were no hard feelings after Tyler helped bring him so much success in a short period of time.
Foysal played a local musician as a guitarist in the Blacktown band. He later worked as a musician on a small firm, where he played a role on the cover of the song. While subtaking from music, Foysal studied music analysis in Bangladesh with music and started composing plays. His songs with Jackson Pollock have been produced in Dhaka and regionally. He has received awards from the Commission for composing plays in music and concerts. He later started writing a blog about music, concerts and schedules.