Jake Owen Announces 34-Date Up There Down Here Tour

Chart-topping country star Jake Owen revealed he will be on the road this summer for his Up There Down Here…


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April 25, 2022


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Chart-topping country star Jake Owen revealed he will be on the road this summer for his Up There Down Here Tour, making stops all around the nation over the course of 34-dates.

The trek will begin May 5th in Troy, Ohio and will continue throughout the summer until its closing date on October 1st in Buford, Georgia. Making stops along the way at several festivals, including Faster Horses, Watershed, and Country Stampede, Owen is ready to bring his live show to the masses.

The Florida native is excited to be performing in some historic venues, including Billy Bob’s Texas in Fort Worth, Weidner Field in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Rockin’ Derby Eve in Louisville, Kentucky at Old Forester’s Paristown Hall in preparation for the famous horse race the following day.

Jake Owen Tour
Jake Owen Tour

“Looking forward to getting back out there, bringing smiles and happiness and some new tunes. The world needs more of that,” the chart-topping entertainer shares.

The tour was named after his latest single, “Up There Down Here.” The song raved reviews from critics and fans alike. In addition to the forthcoming tour, Owen took to social media to tease new music earlier this week. This Friday, April 11th, the entertainer will be releasing his new single, “1×1.” To pre-order “1×1,” click here. To see a list of Up There Down Here Tour dates, see below.

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Jake Owen’s Up There Down Here Tour:

May 5 – Troy, Ohio – Hobart Arena
May 6 – Louisville, Ky.  – Old Forester’s Paristown Hall
May 7 – Huntsville, Ala. – HSV Amphitheater
May 20 – Fort Worth, Texas – Billy Bob’s Texas
May 21 – Waskom, Texas – Guns & Horses Festival
May 27 – Grand Junction, Colo. – Amphitheater at Las Colonias
May 28 – Colorado Springs, Colo. – Weidner Field
May 29 – Vail, Colo. – Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater
June 16 – Lincoln, Neb. – Pinewood Bowl Theater

June 17 – Winsted, Minn. – Winstock Festival
June 23 – Boston, Mass. – Leader Bank Pavilion
June 24 – Jordan, N.Y. – KEGS Canalside Outdoors
July 1 – Duluth, Minn. – Bayfront Festival Park

July 2 – Detroit Lakes, Minn. – Music on the Mountain
July 14 – Manchester, Iowa – Delaware County Fair
July 15 – Topeka, Kan. – Country Stampede
July 22 – Brooklyn, Mich. – Faster Horses
July 23 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Citizens Bank Park
July 24 – Asbury Park, N.J. – Stone Pony Summer Stage
July 31 – Quincy, Wash. – Watershed Festival
Aug. 13 – Fontana, Calif. – Tailgate Fest
Aug. 14 – Paso Robles, Calif. – Vina Robles Amphitheatre

Aug. 24 – Put-in-Bay, Ohio – Bash on the Bay
Aug. 26 – Terre Haute, Ind. – The Mill
Aug. 27 – Cedarburg. Wis. – Country in the Burg

Sept. 1 – Decatur, Ill. – Decatur Amphitheater

Sept. 2 – Pittsburgh, Pa. – Stage AE Outdoors

Sept. 3 – Farmingville, N.Y. – Long Island Community Hospital Amphitheatre

Sept. 15 – Selbyville, Del. – Freeman Arts Pavilion

Sept. 16 – Doswell, Va. – After Hours Concert

Sept. 17 – Annapolis, Md. – Rams Head On Stage

Sept. 22 – Hampton Beach, N.H. – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom

Sept. 23 – East Providence, R.I. – Bold Point Park

Oct. 1 – Buford, Ga. – City of Buford Fall Concert

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