Adam Hambrick Plots Fall Tour In Collaboration With Graduate Hotels

Rising country artist Adam Hambrick has announced his first-ever headlining tour in partnership with Graduate Hotels. The Capitol Records Nashville/Buena Vista Records artist is also touring supporting LANCO, Chris Lane, Tucker Beathard, and Parker McCollum on select dates. Adam recently released his new track and official music video “Forever Ain’t Long Enough.”

“College was such a blast for me. I loved every minute of it. That’s where I discovered so much of the music that made a mark on me. That’s why, with help from Graduate Hotels, we built my first tour around college towns and made it the theme for this Fall,” states Hambrick.

Prior to select shows, Adam will be collaborating with Graduate Hotels creating an intimate fan experience, including a solo acoustic set and VIP hang. The Graduate Hotel experience is free and open to the public. Tickets and additional information can be found at adamhambrick.com.

2019 Fall Tour Dates:
SEP 19 – The Lyric Oxford Oxford, MS*+
SEP 20 – Druid City Music Hall Tuscaloosa, AL+
SEP 26 – The Foundry Athens, GA*
SEP 28 – Highway 49 Fest Richland, MS+
OCT 3 – The Bourbon Theatre Lincoln, NE*
OCT 4 – Holland PFAC Scott Recital Hall Omaha, NE
OCT 5 – Guitars Rock N’ Country Bar Joplin, MO
OCT 19 – The Stache Grand Rapids, MI
OCT 20 – Blind Pig Ann Arbor, MI*
OCT 27 – First Security Amphitheater Little Rock, AR
OCT 31 – George’s Majestic Lounge Fayetteville, AR*+
NOV 8 – First Avenue Club Iowa City, IA*+
NOV 9 – The Tap Bloomington, IN*

*Graduate Hotel VIP Experience Tour Stop
+Supporting LANCO, Chris Lane, Tucker Beathard, or Parker McCollum

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