Adam Doleac Adds New Dates To Upcoming Wrong Side Of A Sunrise Tour

“I am so excited to see y’all next year,” Doleac shared with fans.

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Lexi Liby

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November 28, 2023

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Adam Doleac; Photo by Matthew Berinato

Adam Doleac recently announced his Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour, which he revealed to be his biggest headlining trek to date. Even though he already had a stacked lineup of shows, the country singer took to social media this week to reveal that even more cities have been added with the potential for more to come in the future.

His caption read, “Added some dates (as promised) to the ‘Wrong Side of a Sunrise’ tour! I am so excited to see y’all next year. Let me know which show you’re coming to… and, if you still don’t see your city, let me know where else we should add shows! I have a feeling we’ll add more dates, but what do I know 😇”

The multi-city show will launch in Nashville, TN on February 21 and it will hit cities such as West Chester, Baton Rouge, Atlanta, Charlottesville, Boston, Pensacola and more. Graham Barham, Greylan James, and Troy Cartwright will join Doleac as support on select dates. 

Second Headlining Tour

The Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour marks the rising country star’s second headlining tour. This follows the release of his debut album and his sold-out Barstool Whiskey Wonderland Tour. 

“Wrapping the Barstool Whiskey Wonderland tour earlier this year was a surreal and special moment as it marked the release of my debut album and first headlining tour,” Doleac said in a release. “Now, looking ahead to this next tour, I can’t wait to get back out on the road again and share some special moments and the new music I’ve been working on. I’m beyond excited to share these memories with y’all next year.”

For his initial announcement of the upcoming run, Doleac took to Instagram to promote the tour by sharing several slides of informative info alongside a hilarious video of how he plans to arrive at shows.

The clip features Doleac being escorted to a cop car in handcuffs with his song “Wrong Side of a Sunrise” playing in the background. 

Doleac asks, “Can I at least ask what this is for?”

“Yeah, you were on the wrong side of the sunrise,” the policeman jokingly responds in reference to the tune.

Following A Slew Of Hits Singles

Doleac’s Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour announcement came on the heels of his recent hit singles “Don’t Make Me Get Over You,” “Biggest Fan,” and “Wrong Side of a Sunrise.” These three singles have boosted his musical composition up the charts in terms of the country music scene. 

The Mississippi native recently provided support on select dates for Carly Pearce’s nationwide Country Music Made Me Do It Tour. Earlier in the fall, Doleac also joined Old Dominion for several shows on their No Bad Vibes Tour. In addition to all these dates, he will connect with an all-star cast of country music’s biggest names on NBC’s Christmas at the Opry special, which will be live on December 7.

Doleac has already started to get into the Christmas spirit with the release of his very first holiday-themed track, “Please Come Home For Christmas.” Putting a Country spin on the festive classic, the “Another” singer puts his soulful vocals on display amid the warm greeting of bluesy guitar riffs, merry jingle bells and delicate drums that maintain the mid-tempo beat.

Adam Doleac - Please Come Home For Christmas
Adam Doleac – Please Come Home For Christmas

See below for a complete list of announced tour dates and visit his official website for additional ticketing information. 

“Wrong Side of a Sunrise” Tour Dates:

February 21, 2024 – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl

February 23, 2024 – West Chester, OH* – Lori’s Roadhouse

February 24 , 2024 – Rootstown, OH* – Dusty Armadillo

March 1, 2024 – Baton Rouge, LA* – The Texas Club

March 2, 2024 – Atlanta, GA* – Variety Playhouse

April 18, 2024 – Pensacola, FL* – Wild Greg’s Saloon

April 19, 2024 – Gainesville, FL* – High Dive

April 20, 2024 – Lakeland, FL* – Wild Greg’s Saloon

April 25, 2024 – Boston, MA+ – Royale

April 26, 2024 – Uncasville, CT – Wolf Den – Mohegan Sun

April 27, 2024 – Silver Spring, MD+ – The Fillmore

May 2, 2024 – Virginia Beach, VA+ – Elevation 27

May 3, 2024 – Richmond, VA+ – The Broadberry

May 4, 2024 – Charlottesville, VA+ – The Jefferson Theater

May 9, 2024 – Iowa City, IA^ – Wildwood Saloon

May 10, 2024 – Des Moines, IA^ – Wooly’s

May 11, 2024 – Omaha, NE – Barnato

May 11, 2024 – Wyandotte, MI – Distract 142

May 18, 2024 – Grand Rapids, MI – Elevation at The Intersection

*Graham Barham

+Greylan James

^Troy Cartwright

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I am a senior at Kansas State University, where I am majoring in Communication Studies. Throughout my time at college, I’ve had the opportunity to publish a few of my pieces in the University’s newspaper, The Collegian, and I’ve created my own website. I’ve previously interned for Country Insider, an iHeartMedia-owned country music industry newsletter and I am currently interning for CountryNow, a Red Light Management owned publication. I’m very passionate about music and writing, so I hope to find myself in a career that incorporates both of these passions.