Brad Paisley Tour Dates 2024 & 2025

Brad Paisley Tour Dates

Brad Paisley Tour Info:

Brad Paisley tour dates are building up and he’s is quite possibly THE king of the country concert tour. He seems to fill up tour dates constantly. Does this guy ever take a day off?! This summer he’s finishing out a run of the mega-popular Country Megaticket tour dates before jumping off on his own headlining concert tour. Either way, Brad always delivers a great party when he plays live, so don’t miss him!

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  1. Diane

    Would be awesome if you came to the Netherlands!!!

  2. Sarah Anne

    When are you coming back to Washington State? You were amazing this year and would love a chance to see another performance up here in the GREAT North West! We love you up here!!!

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Who Is The Opening or Supporting acts For Brad Paisley's Tour?

Current Tour Opening Acts
  • Dustin Lynch
  • Chase Bryant
  • Lindsay Ell
Chase Bryant will also bee in Brad Paisley's Canadian, Norway, and Sweden tour dates. Lindsay Eli will be on the Canadian tour dates as well. Previous Tour Openers

Brad Paisley Concert Tour Schedule 2021 - 2022

Brad Paisley Weekend Warrior Tour

May 18: Saratoga Springs, New York
May 19: Philadelphia
May 20: Raleigh, North Carolina

June 16 Wheatland, California
June 17: Mountain View, California
June 23: San Diego, California
June 24: Anaheim, California
June 25: Phoenix
June 29: Portland, Oregon
June 30: Seattle

July 14: Albuquerque, New Mexico
July 15: Denver
July 24: Gavle, Sweden
July 25: Stockholm, Sweden
July 28: Seljord, Norway

Aug. 3: Wantagh, New York
Aug. 4: Holmdel, New Jersey
Aug. 5: Mansfield, Massachusetts
Aug. 6: Hartford, Connecticut
Aug. 10: Cincinnati
Aug. 11: Indianapolis
Aug. 12: Mt. Pleasant, Michigan
Aug. 13: Springfield, Illinois
Aug. 18: Calgary, Alberta
Aug. 19: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Aug. 20: Winnipeg, Manitoba
Aug. 25: Grand Island, Nebraska
Aug. 26: Red Wing, Minnesota

Sept. 1: Rogers, Arkansas
Sept. 2: Dallas
Sept. 8: Charlotte, North Carolina
Sept. 9: Bristow, Virginia
Sept. 10: Virginia Beach, Virginia
Sept. 15: West Palm Beach, Florida
Sept. 16: Tampa, Florida
Sept. 22: Cleveland
Sept. 23: Chicago
Sept. 24: St. Louis

Brad Paisley Tour Setlist 2024

  1. The World
  2. Water Perfect Storm
  3. Country Nation
  4. This Is Country Music/Mama Tried (Merle Haggard cover)
  5. Crushin' It I'm Still a Guy (with Tyler Farr)
  6. She's Everything
  7. American Saturday Night
  8. Celebrity
  9. Old Alabama
  10. Then
  11. Beat This Summer
  12. Ticks
  13. I'm Gonna Miss Her
  14. Letter to Me
  15. Ashamed of Your Selfie
  16. Southern Comfort Zone
  17. Without A Fight
  18. Online
  19. Mud on the Tires
  20. River Bank
  21. Alcohol

Brad Paisley Biography

Contemporary country singer/songwriter Brad Paisley was born October 28, 1972, in Glen Dale, WV; given his first guitar at age eight, he delivered his first public performance at church two years later. With his 50-something guitar teacher Clarence “Hank” Goddard and two of the older man’s seasoned musician buddies, the teenaged Paisley formed his first band, the C-Notes, and at age 12 started writing his own music. After playing in front of the local Rotary Club, he was invited to appear on Wheeling station WWVA’s famed Saturday night broadcast Jamboree USA. Paisley’s debut was so well received that he was invited to become a part of the program full-time, and in the years to follow he opened for the likes of the Judds, Roy Clark, and Little Jimmy Dickens. He later attended Nashville’s Belmont University, serving an internship with ASCAP; the contacts Paisley made there helped him land a songwriting deal with EMI, and he also appeared on innumerable demos.

Signing to Arista, he put forth his debut solo album, Who Needs Pictures, in 1999. The record produced two chart-topping singles in “He Didn’t Have to Be,” an ode to loving stepfathers, and “We Danced” and also acquired generally positive reviews for its diversity of country styles. In the meantime, Paisley recorded a duet with Chely Wright, “Hard to Be a Husband, Hard to Be a Wife,” for the Backstage at the Grand Ole Opry compilation; the two later joined efforts on several music for Wright’s Never Love You Enough album. The sophomore to Paisley’s debut, Part II, was issued in 2001 and promptly returned him to the Top Five with “Two People Fell in Love.” “I’m Gonna Miss Her (The Fishin’ Song)” gave Paisley his third chart-topper, and “Wrapped Around” fell one spot short of becoming his fourth. “I Wish You’d Stay” became the fourth Top Ten hit from the record in early 2003.

At the beginning of August 2005, Paisley put together a short “director’s commentary” preview of his next album for his fan base to download. The full album, Time Well Wasted, appeared two weeks later and narrowly missed the top of the album charts, though it did hit number one on the country charts. In 2006 Brad Paisley Christmas, a collection of both originals and covers, came out, came by 5th Gear in 2007, which included the ubiquitous “Ticks,” a sure future novelty classic. An record of mostly guitar instrumentals (Paisley’s excellent guitar playing is a big part of his appeal), Play, followed in 2008, with the big country vocal hit “Waitin’ on a Woman” added in as a “bonus” track. By now poised at the very top of the commercial country world, Paisley put forth American Saturday Night in 2009.

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