Stapleton goes to UK, Ireland in '24
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Stapleton goes to UK, Ireland in '24

Monday, September 25, 2023 – Chris Stapleton will take his "All-American Road Show" across the pond next fall for a series of headline arena shows in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The tour includes stops at Manchester's AO Arena, Glasgow's OVO Hydro Arena, Dublin's 3Arena, Birmingham's Utilita Arena and London's The O2. The dates are:
Oct. 16, 2024—Manchester, England—AO Arena~
Oct. 17, 2024—Glasgow, Scotland—OVO Hydro Arena~
Oct. 20, 2024—Dublin, Ireland—3Arena~
Oct. 22, 2024—Birmingham, England—Utilita Arena~
Oct. 23, 2024—London, England—The O2~

Tickets for the shows, which will feature special guest Marty Stuart, will be available for pre-sale starting this Wednesday at 10 a.m. local time with general on-sale following this Friday at 10 a.m. local time.

The newly confirmed dates add dates this fall for Stapleton, who will join George Strait for several stadium shows next year.

Stapleton will release a new album, "Higher," on Nov. 10 on Mercury Nashville. Produced by Dave Cobb, Morgane Stapleton and Chris Stapleton, "Higher" was recorded at Nashville's RCA Studio A.

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