Just announced, Morgan Evans is heading out on a world tour with special guests Madison Kozak and Chris DeStefano. Warner Music Nashville recording artist, and songwriter, Evans impressed U.S country fans when his American debut, “Kiss Somebody” hit the top spot on the charts. The Australian native’s album Things That We Drink To has garnered millions of streams and he will now be bringing one man band style of performance to 8 countries and over 25 dates.
“This tour feels like something I’ve been working toward forever and, at the same time, the start of something,” said Evans. “I couldn’t be more stoked to sing these songs all over the world over the next few months! Some places we are visiting for the first time and some places will feel like coming home but, no matter what, we’re gonna make a whole bunch of great memories together!”
We’ve been fans of Evans since we caught his acoustic performance in Bryant Park back in the summer of 2017, naming him one of our 2018 Artists to Watch and since then we’ve watched his career blossom, selling out shows in New York City, making his television debut and releasing his incredible first album.
Joining Evans on his US and Canadian tour dates in one of our favorite rising female artists, Madison Kozak. The singer-songwriter is the flagship artist for Songs and Daughters, an all-female run by our Woman of the Month for July, Nicolle Galyon. Her debut single, “First Last Name” is heartfelt and showcases honest songwriting. Read more about Kozak and thing single here.
For the Australian dates, Evans will bring along Grammy-winning songwriter Chris DeStefano. He has co-penned over 20 hit songs for artists like Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Chase Rice, Rascal Flatts, Billy Currington, Dan+Shay, Miranda Lambert, Chris Young, and of course, he co-wrote “Kiss Somebody” amongst others with Morgan Evans. We caught DeStefano at Opry City Stage last year when he performed some of those big hits in a songwriter round.
MORGAN EVANS WORLD TOUR DATES:
Sept 3 – Dublin, Ireland – Green Room at The Academy
Sept 4 – Glasgow, Scotland – Oran Mor
Sept 5 – Liverpool, U.K. – Arts Club Loft
Sept 6 – London, U.K. – O2 Academy Islington – SOLD OUT
Sept 7 – Lutterworth, U.K. – The Long Road Festival
Sept 9 – Berlin, Germany – Frannz Club
Oct 17 – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Enmore Theatre*
Oct 18 – Sydney, NSW, Australia – Enmore Theatre* – SOLD OUT
Oct 20 – Perth, WA, Australia – Astor Theatre* – SOLD OUT
Oct 21 – Adelaide, SA, Australia – The Gov* – SOLD OUT
Oct 22 – Melbourne, VIC, Australia – Forum Theatre* – SOLD OUT
Oct 26 – Brisbane, QLD, Australia – Eatons Hill* – SOLD OUT
Oct 27 – Toowoomba, QLD, Australia – Empire Theatre* – SOLD OUT
Oct 29 – Auckland, New Zealand – Tuning Fork – SOLD OUT
Nov 6 – Vancouver, Canada – Venue^
Nov 7 – Kelowna, Canada – OK Corral Cabaret^
Nov 8 – Calgary, Canada – Cowboys Dance Hall^
Nov 9 – Edmonton, Canada – Cook County Saloon^
Nov 21 – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour^
Nov 22 – Las Vegas, NV – Stoney’s Rockin’ Country^
Dec 5 – Asbury Park, NJ – The Stone Pony^
Dec 6 – Boston, MA – Brighton Music Hall^
Dec 7 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom^
Dec 12 – Minneapolis, MN – The Varsity Theatre^
Dec 13 – Chicago, IL – Joe’s on Weed Street^
Dec 14 – Columbus, OH – The Bluestone^
^ with Madison Kozak
* with Chris DeStefano
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