Keith Urban to host world tour at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville in 2022


Country music superstar Keith Urban returns to Nashville in 2022.

Urban is bringing its “Speed ​​of Now” world tour to Bridgestone Arena on October 7, 2022, the artist said in a press release on Wednesday. Tickets go on sale December 10 at 10 a.m. via

Grammy-nominated “More Hearts Than Mine” country-pop escape Ingrid Andress is supporting the tour.

The North American leg of Urban’s tour kicks off June 17, 2022 in Tampa and ends November 5, 2022, when it wraps up its performances in St. Paul, Minnesota. Urban has previously advertised shows in the Netherlands, UK, Germany and his native Australia.

Keith Urban performs at the All the Hall Benefit Concert at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. On Monday February 10, 2020.

The more than 50 shows stop in Los Angeles, Toronto, St. Louis, Chicago and Atlanta, among other major cities. Urban is planning two dates in Tennessee, playing in Knoxville on October 14, 2022, a week after returning to the United States at Music City.

Urban – a familiar face to Nashville onlookers who can appear anywhere from a pop-up guest location at the High Watt to solo ensembles at the Grand Ole Opry House, hosting a Country Music Hall of fundraiser. Fame or headlining a record New Year’s Eve show – returns to Bridgestone Arena to support their latest studio album, “The Speed ​​of Now Part 1”. Released in late 2020, the four-time Grammy Award winner collaborated with P! Nk, Nile Rodgers and Nashville newcomer Breland on the release.

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Urban released their latest single, “Wild Hearts”, earlier this year. Speaking to The Tennessean last month, the singer said he co-wrote the song for those – like him – who continue to pursue their dreams.

“I am one of the [the dreamers]”Said Urban.” Coming from a small town in Australia and being able to come to Nashville and record, make music, put it on the radio, be able to tour. … To get to be able to do that? I still feel like I just arrived. It’s crazy.”


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