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Young announces The Chapters Tour

Monday, November 4, 2019 – Brett Young will headline The Chapters Tour starting in January, hitting nearly 30 cities on the trek throughout the U.S. and Canada,

Featuring opener Matt Ferranti, tickets go on sale starting Friday, Nov. 8 at 10 a.m. local time.

"I'm so excited about The Chapters Tour for so many reasons," Young said. "Being in a position to continue to headline even bigger shows is an honor and humbling, and I can't wait to show our fans what we've been working on for them. They're definitely in for some surprises."

Ferranti, a Bay City, Mich. native, was Young's guitar player. He has cited Justin Timberlake, John Mayer, Brian McKnight, Harry Connick Jr. and Michael Jackson as influences.

Tour dates are:
Jan. 30 - Knoxville Civic Auditorium - Knoxville, TN
Jan. 31 - Stranahan Theater - Toledo, OH
Feb. 1 - Hammerstein Ballroom - New York, NY
Feb. 6 - Old National Events Plaza - Evansville, IN
Feb. 7 - Stifel Theatre - St. Louis, MO
Feb. 8 - Brown County Music Center - Nashville, IN
Feb. 14 - SNHU Arena - Manchester, NH
Feb. 15 - Bob Carpenter Center - Newark, DE
Feb. 27 - Orpheum Theatre - Omaha, NE
Feb. 28 - Mankato Civic Center - Mankato, MN
Feb. 29 - Swiftel Center - Brookings, SD
March 26 - Robinson Performance Hall - Little Rock, AR
March 27 - The Criterion - Oklahoma City, OK
April 16 - Soldiers & Sailors Memorial Auditorium - Chattanooga, TN
April 17 - Township Auditorium - Columbia, SC
April 18 - Sprint Pavilion - Charlottesville, VA
April 25 - Red Rock Casino Resort Spa - Las Vegas, NV
April 26 - Mechanics Bank Theater - Bakersfield, CA
May 1 - Avila Beach Resort - San Luis Obispo, CA
May 4 - The Union - Salt Lake City, UT
May 7 - Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium - Edmonton, AB
May 8 - Grey Eagle Event Centre - Calgary, AB
May 9 - Abbotsford Centre - Abbotsford, BC

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