Gilbert goes Off the Rails even more, adds tour dates
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Gilbert goes Off the Rails even more, adds tour dates

Friday, April 26, 2024 – Brantley Gilbert is extending his Off the Rails Tour into the fall with 15 additional dates.

Gilbert will be joined by special guests Adam Calhoun and Demun Jones.

Pre-sales begin Tuesday at 10 a.m. local time, and general on sale will begin next Friday, May 3 at 10 a.m. local time.

Gilbert started the tour last month..

"We've had such an amazing time on the Off The Rails Tour, we couldn't help but decide to keep the party rolling," said Gilbert. "This is my favorite show that we've put together, thanks to a talented lineup both in the band and behind the scenes. It's been incredible seeing BG Nation match that energy every single night, and it only makes us more excited to get to the next city."

Over the last two years, Gilbert has been writing and recording for his seventh studio album and recently delivered a preview with the anthem "Off The Rails" via The Valory Music Co.

Newly added tour dates are:
Aug. 30 -- Fraze Pavilion -- Kettering, OH
Sept. 19 -- Mountain Health Network Arena -- Huntington, WV
Sept. 20 -- Santander Arena -- Reading, PA
Sept. 21 -- DCU Center -- Worcester, MA
Sept. 26 -- LJVM Coliseum -- Winston-Salem, NC
Sept. 27 -- The Corbin Arena -- Corbin, KY
Sept. 28 -- Florence Center -- Florence, SC
Oct. 3 -- Knoxville Civic Coliseum -- Knoxville, TN
Oct. 4 -- First National Bank Arena -- Jonesboro, AR
Oct. 5 -- Ozarks Amphitheater -- Camdenton, MO
Oct. 10 -- Raising Cane's River Center Arena -- Baton Rouge, LA
Oct. 11 -- Cadence Bank Arena -- Tupelo, MS
Oct. 17 -- Enmarket Arena -- Savannah, GA
Oct. 18 -- McKenzie Arena -- Chattanooga, TN
Oct. 19 -- Atrium Health Amphitheater -- Macon, GA

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