Brett Young to Hit the Road on ‘5 Tour 3 2 1’ in 2023

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Country hitmaker Brett Young has announced his brand new tour, Brett Young: 5 Tour 3 2 1.

Kicking off in Columbus, Ohio, on March 30, 2023, the 17-date trek will span across the U.S. and conclude at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles on May 20, 2023. Morgan Evans and newcomer Ashley Cooke will serve as openers on the tour.

In addition to the touring news, the “In Case You Didn’t Know” hitmaker has shared that he will release a new rendition of his fan-favorite song, “You Ain’t Here to Kiss Me,” on December 2. The heart-rending number, which Young co-wrote with Tiffany Goss and Matt Alderman, was originally released in 2017 off his self-titled debut album with Big Machine Label Group.

According to a press release, the track is slated to feature a more stripped-back production that will put Young’s emotional delivery front and center.

“I can be a very emotional songwriter and, for some reason, the sad, reflective songs, often come naturally for me,” Young shares with the press. “The song is a true story about a situation my now wife and I had many years back — it just describes the feeling of missing someone and seeing everyone else around you in happy relationships. Dann Huff has been wanting to cut a new version of it for a while so we thought the timing was right to give it a bit of a new life around this coming New Year.”

Young’s 5 Tour 3, 2, 1 follows his recent sold-out tour across the pond in Europe. In April, the California native and Cooke collaborated on a duet version of her debut country radio single, “Never ‘Til Now.”

Young is currently rising up the country charts with his current single, “You Didn’t,” which is No. 15-and-climbing on the Mediabase Country Chart. The heartbreak number is off his 2021 eight-song collection, Weekends Look a Little Different These Days, which also includes the hit single “Lady.”

Fans can purchase tickets to Young’s upcoming tour on his website.

Brett Young’s 2023 5 Tour 3 2 1 Dates:

March 30 – Columbus, Ohio @ KEMBA Live!
March 31 – Pittsburgh, Pa. @ Stage AE
April 1 – Cleveland, Ohio @ Agora Ballroom
April 6 – Louisville, Ky. @ The Louisville Palace
April 7 – Rosemont, Ill. @ Rosemont Theatre
April 8 – Minneapolis, Minn. @ The Armory
April 20 – Boston, Mass. @ MGM Music Hall at Fenway
April 21 – Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Met Philadelphia
April 22 – Silver Spring, Md. @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
April 27 – Asheville, N.C. @ Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
April 28 – Birmingham, Ala. @ Avondale Brewing Company
April 29 – Chattanooga, Tenn. @ Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Auditorium
May 12 – Wenatchee, Wash. @ Town Toyota Center
May 13 – Bonner, Mt. @ KettleHouse Amphitheater *
May 18 – Wheatland, Calif. @ Hard Rock Live Sacramento
May 19 – Santa Barbara, Calif. @ Santa Barbara Bowl
May 20 – Los Angeles, Calif. @ Greek Theatre

*Ashley Cooke not on this date

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