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Brad Paisley

Global country music superstar Brad Paisley wrapped the European leg of his “Son Of The Mountains World Tour” in Ireland on Saturday night headlining nine shows that included his first-ever concert in Iceland. The run also included five appearances at Europe’s biggest country music festival, Country 2 Country. Brad has made touring in Europe a priority over the last ten years returning year after year to nurture a strong fan base and opening the path for some of country music’s newcomers to tour today.

Media throughout the tour touted Brad was a ‘master of ceremonies’ and gave a ‘guitar masterclass.’ One media outlet reviewing his show at the O2 in London, which featured a surprise appearance by guitar legend Albert Lee, said, ‘Brad Paisley’s headline show exuded professionalism, passion and warmth. It was not a straight-down-the-line country music show – it was a showcase designed to make you think, designed to provoke your feels and designed to make you connect with Paisley and the band as they tease over 25 years of emotion out of you with their music.’

Brad returns to the U.S. to play the Houston Rodeo this Saturday (March 16th). During his appearance at the rodeo in 2023, he was inducted into the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo’s prestigious Star Trail of Fame and joined an elite group inductees including Brooks & Dunn, Alan Jackson
Since the beginning of his career, Brad has performed in concert for more than 8 million fans around the globe across his 17 headline tours.

Son Of The Mountains World Tour 2024
Feb 27             Reykjavik, Iceland                  Harpa Eldborg Hall
Feb 29             Zurich, Switzerland                The Hall
Mar 2             Rotterdam, Netherlands*        Rotterdam AHOY
Mar 3             Berlin, Germany*                   Verti Music Hall
Mar 5             Stockholm, Sweden                Hovet
Mar 6              Oslo, Norway                          Spektrum
Mar 8             Glasgow, Scotland*                The SSE Hydro
Mar 9             London, England*                  The O2
Mar 10            Belfast, Northern Ireland*      SSE Arena
* = Country To Country Dates 
The tour is aptly named after Brad’s upcoming album Son Of The Mountains anticipated for release in the coming months.