Dustin Lynch has spent years on the road, opening for superstar acts such as Luke Bryan and Keith Urban. This Fall, Dustin will be bringing his show on the road again … this time specifically for his fans.
The Hell of a Night Tour will kick off November 14th in Richmond, Virginia and will travel to over thirty-five cities across the country (including New York City, Boston, Houston, and New Orleans). Joining Dustin’s tour as the opener is Big Loud Records’ recording artist and “Broken Windshield View” singer Chris Lane.
On discussing his first headlining tour, Dustin exclaimed:
Touring with Luke Bryan and Keith Urban, I’ve learned from the best and now to headline my first tour is a dream come true. The first night can’t get here fast enough and I’m excited for fans to see what we have in store!
Tickets for certain stops will go on sale August 7th at Dustin Lynch’s official website. Fans can also purchase VIP experiences, which will include a concert ticket, a pre-show two-song acoustic performance, a tour poster, a meet and greet, and a photo opportunity with the man who is promising a hell of a night. The VIP passes can be purchased now by clicking here.
Announced HELL OF A NIGHT TOUR dates:
+Denotes tickets on sale starting Friday, August 7 at 10:00 a.m. local time
Which stop are you planning on attending? Let us know!
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