Nashville native Jelly Roll recently announced plans for his first-ever headlining show at his hometown venue, Bridgestone Arena.
Taking place on December 9, 2022, Jelly Roll will donate proceeds from the Bridgestone Arena show to the organization Impact Youth Outreach. Tickets for the show are available now via Jelly Roll’s website.
During a recent conversation with The Tennesseean, Jelly Roll said, “I still choke down tears every single night of tour. Every single night there’s a moment on stage where I’m overwhelmed with gratitude and also the feeling of accomplishment of what my original goal was: to help people with music.”
The breakout artist recently earned his first No. 1 on Billboard’s and Mediabases’ Rock chart with “Dead Man Walking.” The passionate, catchy ballad has already surpassed 10 million streams.
With rock influence and country roots, Jelly Roll continues to gain fans with his fresh taste on new music. His single, “Son Of A Sinner,” is sitting in Top 30 and continuing to climb at Country radio. This makes him the first artist to top the Active Rock charts while having a Top 30 single at Country radio with his first song chart debut on each.
From building his fanbase as an independent artist to gaining more than one billion streams, the rising star now averages 200 shows a year and recently announced he will be joining Brantley Gilbert for the Son of the Dirty South Summer Tour kicking off June 30th in Jacksonville, Florida.