Eldredge heads east
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
– Brett Eldredge will return to Europe at the beginning of 2020 for a run of headlining dates.
The tour will include shows in Germany, Netherlands and stops all across the United Kingdom.
"Playing on tour in Europe this year was such a musical game changer for me that we decided to book my very own European tour in 2020," Eldredge said. "I am already buzzin' to get back over and see you all... I hope you are ready."
Pre-sale tickets for the eight-date run will be available tomorrow, June 19 at 10 a.m. CEST/BST) and will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. Friday.
Tour dates are:
Jan. 24 - Cologne, DE - Carlswerk (CEST)
Jan. 25 - Hamburg, DE - Docks (CEST)
Jan. 29 - Amsterdam, NL - Paradiso (CEST)
Jan. 31 - Cambridge, UK - Junction (BST)
Feb. 1 - Birmingham, ENG - Institute (BST)
Feb. 3 - Manchester, ENG - Ritz (BST)
Feb. 4 - Glasgow, SCT - Old Fruitmarket (BST)
Feb. 7 - London, ENG - Shepherd's Bush Empire (BST)
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