Brothers Osborne Announce First Headlining Tour

Brothers Osborne have revealed plans for their first-ever headlining tour this fall. “The Dirt Rich Tour” willkick off in Rosemont, Illinois, on September 22 and will wrap up early next year in Orlando, Florida. Joining the duo for select stops on the tour will be new group LANco, with singer/songwriter Lucie Silvas coming aboard for the trek’s remaining dates. John Osborne shares, “‘Dirt Rich’ is a song on the record that makes a statement about who we are and where we come from. We felt it was an appropriate title for the tour because it really defines who we are.”


·       Tickets for the tour go on sale this Friday (8/12) at dirtrichtour.brothersosborne.com.

The full list of dates for “The Dirt Rich Tour” appears below:


Sep. 22                  Rosemont, IL                                       Joe’s Live

Oct. 13                  Asbury Park, NJ                                   The Stone Pony*

Oct. 14                  Rochester, NY                                     Anthology*

Oct. 15                  Buffalo, NY                                           University of Buffalo*

Oct. 19                  Madison, WI                                        Orpheum Theatre*

Oct. 20                  Minneapolis, MN                                Cabooze*

Oct. 21                  Milwaukee, WI                                    The Rave*

Oct. 22                  Detroit, MI                                           St. Andrews Hall*

Oct. 26                  Columbia, MO                                     The Blue Note*

Oct. 27                  Kansas City, MO                                 Uptown Theater*

Oct. 28                  Indianapolis, IN                                   Deluxe*

Nov. 4                    New York, NY                                      Irving Plaza*

Nov. 10                  Philadelphia, PA                                  TLA*

Nov. 11                  Cleveland, OH                                     House of Blues*

Nov. 12                  Louisville, KY                                        Mercury Ballroom*

Nov. 17                  Atlanta, GA                                          Terminal West*

Nov. 18                  Greensboro, NC                                  Cone Denim Entertainment Center*

Nov. 19                  N. Myrtle Beach, SC                          House of Blues*

Nov. 25                  Denver, CO                                          Summit Music Hall**

Nov. 26                  Lewiston, ID                                        Clearwater River Casino**

Nov. 27                  Boise, ID                                               Egyptian Theatre**

Nov. 30                  Vancouver, BC                                    Commodore Ballroom**

Dec. 2                    Portland, OR                                        Roseland Theater**

Dec. 3                    Chico, CA                                              Senator Theater**

Dec. 7                    San Francisco, CA                               The Fillmore**

Dec. 9                    Sacramento, CA                                  Ace of Spades**

Dec. 10                  Riverside, CA                                       Riverside Municipal Auditorium**

Dec. 15                  Los Angeles, CA                                  Belasco**

Dec. 16                  San Diego, CA                                      House of Blues**

Dec. 17                  Las Vegas, NV                                     House of Blues**

Jan. 7                     Dallas, TX                                             House of Blues*

Jan. 14                   Orlando, FL                                           House of Blues*


*Featuring LANco

**Featuring Lucie Silvas

Rodney Atkins Will Host His Six Annual “Music City Gives Back” Concert

Rodney Atkins will host his sixth annual “Music City Gives Back” concert on June 7th during CMA Music Festival Week in downtown Nashville. The free concert will feature performances by Atkins, Dustin Lynch, Craig Campbell, Lanco and Canaan Smith. The event will raise money for the W.O. Smith Music School.


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