Old Dominion Announce European Leg To ‘Make It Sweet’ Tour

Old Dominion. Photo: Mason Allen

Old Dominion have added European dates to to their “Make It Sweet Tour” and will vist Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, and the U.K. in October. The European tour marks their fourth trip overseas and the announcement follows the sold-out success of the European leg of their “Happy Endings World Tour” in 2018. The European dates begin Oct. 4 in Stockholm, and conclude Oct. 16 at the O2 Academy in Glasgow, with support from special guest Jordan Davis.

Ticket pre-sale begins April 10 and on sale for the dates begins Friday April 12.

“To see how much Old Dominion have grown as a band since their first time at C2C and a small Hoxton Bar & Kitchen show in London through to their recent sell-out U.K. run has been amazing to watch,” said Simon Jones, AEG Presents Senior Vice President of Live Music, International, at the end of the last international tour. “They are consummate performers, and we’re looking forward to seeing their international business grow and grow.”

In addition to clocking over a billion streams, Old Dominion’s most recent single “Make It Sweet” is at Top five at country radio and is continuing to rise. They also recently received their second nomination for Country Duo/Group at the 2019 Billboard Music Awards.

Make It Sweet Tour” European Dates:
Oct. 4 – Stockholm, Sweden, Nalen
Oct. 6 – Berlin, Germany, Astra Kulturhaus
Oct. 7 – Cologne, Germany, Live Music Hall
Oct. 8 – Amsterdam, Netherlands, Melkweg
Oct. 10 – London, England, Eventim Apollo (formerly Hammersmith Apollo)
Oct 12 – Belfast, Ireland, Waterfront Hall
Oct. 14 – Manchester, U.K., Albert Hall
Oct. 15 – Birmingham, U.K., O2 Academy
Oct. 16 – Glasgow, U.K., O2 Academy


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