Dierks Bentley is taking his music on the road in 2021, but this time he’s not limiting himself to dive bars. The Beers On Me Tour will kick off on Aug 13 and travel across America all through early Fall.
Parker McCollum and Riley Green will join Bentley on tour, with Mitchell Tenpenny filling in a few times during the 22-show run that wraps up in Rogers Arkansas. The Beers On Me Tour was named after the song “Beers on Me” which he wrote over two years ago. It is said to be an easy summer recipe because of how simple it sounds.
Bentley’s High Times and Hangovers Tour is about to kick off in the South! If you’re looking for a weekend of debauchery, this national tour has got it all. Catch him on May 11th at The Music Farm: Columbia, SC with four more dates until he hits Knoxville Tennessee on 15th May. Looking ahead there are plenty of festival slots so be sure to check out his official touring calendar when it drops later this year before they sell out like last time around. We’ll keep y’all posted – as soon as we hear something new from Bentley himself.
Bentley’s new tour, “I Wish Grandpas Never Died” singer and the country hit-maker of “Pretty Heart,” joined him for a cover of Jerry Reed’s classic song, East Bound and Down. From May 14th onward tickets will be on sale to the general public– get yours before they’re gone.
Game 1 🔥 pic.twitter.com/s0agYDePU3— Dierks Bentley (@DierksBentley) July 8, 2021
Dierks Bentley Ticket Prices
|City||Venue||Average Ticket Price|
|Washington||Jiffy Lube Live||$48|
|Chicago||Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre||$54|
|Pittsburgh||The Pavilion At Star Lake||$48|
|New York||Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater||$86|
Dierks Bentley ‘Beers On Me Tour’ dates and schedule 2021 / 2022
Dierks Bentley has announced his 2021 tour dates, and we can’t wait for the next round of concerts. We know you’re as excited as we are, so here’s the complete list of tour stops from now until 2022. Be sure to make your plans soon because these shows will sell out fast. The ‘Beers On Me Tour’ is a two-year concert series with 68 total stops across the United States and Canada. Get all of the details on Dierks Bentley’s upcoming schedule below.
The prices start between $85 and $100 per seat, so it varies in price depending on the intended spot. The closest seating is priced from $300 to $700 dollars, with some of that being attributed to the standing room tickets costing less than the seating tickets.
Opening acts for Dierks Bentley include Riley Green and Parker McCollum. Mitchell Tenpenny will also be on the setlist on select dates.
Typically around 2 hours, but it sometimes varies. His concerts are for the most part just him and the piano, with a few appearances by other musicians to sing background vocals or play some instruments.
Dierks Bentley is in Nashville, Tennessee. He was born there and was raised in Longview, Texas. Mr. Dierks now owns a house in Nashville, where he goes to seek refuge after touring the country for months at a time with his bandmates as they perform their latest album live on stage for everyone who has come out to see them. You can find him most often sitting on his front porch chilling with friends or playing fetch with his dog Woody.