Country superstar Keith Urban shared with fans that Tyler Hubbard, lead singer of multi-platinum-selling country duo Florida Georgia Line, will be supporting him on the fall leg of his The Speed of Now World Tour. Hubbard will appear on the tour beginning September 3rd alongside the 3x GRAMMY-nominated hitmaker Ingrid Andress.
The Speed of Now World Tour acts as Urban’s first tour in about four years. The Australia native has been playing shows this summer with Andress and is anticipating Hubbard’s appearance this fall where he will be joining the pair for over two-dozen dates, running through November. For tickets, click here.
While fans can expect Urban to perform many of his 24 No. 1 hits, he has several new songs to add to his set list, including his latest release, “Brown Eyes Baby,” which was written by Morgan Wallen, Josh Thompson, Rodney Clawson, and Will Bundy.
“I’m psyched that my brutha Tyler Hubbard is gonna come out and join Ingrid (Andress) and me on the fall leg of my “SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR,” Keith Urban shared. “…it’s like some Ocean’s 11 sh#t and it’s gonna be a BLAST!!!!!”
Hubbard, known for his high-energy performances, will be playing his hit track “5 Foot 9” – which acts as the first single off his new project and has already accumulated over 40 million global streams since its release in May. “35’s,” the second track off the new project, already has over 1 million global streams since its release last month. Fans are highly anticipating his third release, “Way Home,” which will be available beginning this Friday, July 15th.
“I’ve been writing and recording a lot of new music for my first solo album, songs that are made to be played live,” says Hubbard. “I am so excited to be joining Keith (Urban) on his fall tour and can’t wait to play them for the first time for fans across the country.”
For a list of Keith Urban’s The Speed of Now World Tour fall tour dates, featuring Tyler Hubbard and Ingrid Andress, see below.
“THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR”
September 3 Mountain View Shoreline Amphitheatre
September 8 Phoenix Footprint Center
September 9 San Diego North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre
September 10 Los Angeles The Forum
September 15 Salt Lake City USANA Amphitheatre
September 16 Denver Ball Arena
September 17 Wichita INTRUST Bank Arena
September 22 Grand Rapids Van Andel Arena
September 23 Columbus Nationwide Arena
September 29 Kansas City T-Mobile Center
September 30 Oklahoma City Paycom Center
October 1 Ft. Worth Dickies Arena
October 6 Lexington Rupp Arena
October 7 Nashville Bridgestone Arena
October 8 Atlanta State Farm Arena
October 13 Savannah Enmarket Arena
October 14 Knoxville Thompson Boling Arena
October 15 Charleston Charleston Coliseum
October 20 Wilkes Barre Mohegan Sun Arena
October 21 Uncasville Mohegan Sun Arena
October 22 Belmont Park UBS Arena at Belmont Park
November 4 Peoria Peoria Civic Center