Eldredge brings it back to the clubs
Wednesday, September 4, 2013
– Brett Eldredge, who recently celebrated his first number one hit single, Dont Ya,
is continuing the momentum with his first-ever headlining club tour.
The Bring You Back Fall 2013 Tour commences in Ohio in October and includes an already sold-out hometown show at Joe's Bar in Chicago on Oct. 5. The tour will make 20 stops, 14 announced now, including major cities Austin, Boston, Chicago, Jacksonville, Milwaukee and Washington D.C. On Sept. 6, tickets for previously unannounced dates and a limited number of VIP packages which include meet and greet opportunities will be made available.
Tour dates are:
Oct. 3 Oxford, OH - Brick Street Bar
Oct. 4 Milwaukee - The Rave II
Oct. 5 Chicago - Joe's Bar
Oct. 10 Davie, FL - The Round Up
Oct. 11 Jacksonville, FL - Mavericks
Oct. 12 Bradenton, FL - JoyLand and Nightclub IV
Oct. 17 Chattanooga, TN - Track 29
Oct. 25 Boston - Paradise Rock Club
Oct. 30 St. Louis Park, MN - Toby Keith's I Love This Bar & Grill
Oct. 31 Lincoln, NE - Single Barrel
Nov. 16 Decatur, AL - Herb's Music Hall
Nov. 22 Austin - Midnight Rodeo
Nov. 30 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
Dec. 7 Springfield, IL - Boondocks
On Aug. 6, Eldredge released his debut album, "Bring You Back." The past few months have seen Eldredge open for Taylor Swift on The RED Tour and for Dierks Bentley and Miranda Lambert on the Locked & Reloaded Tour. After wrapping up his first headlining tour this fall, Eldredge can be seen on the final leg of Keith Urban's Light The Fuse Tour 2014 in January.
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