Jimmie Allen has added dates and announced the supporting acts for his upcoming “Down Home Tour 2022.” Madeline Merlo and Chayce Beckham will join Allen alongside previously announced Neon Union on the tour, which kicks off Feb. 3 at the Troubadour in LA.
Artist pre-sales for the new dates will run from Jan. 25-27, and general tickets go on sale Jan. 28 at jimmieallenmusic.
Allen will also host the 2nd Annual Bettie James Fest at Hudson Fields in his hometown of Milton, Delaware on Aug. 13. Allen established the festival last year in honor of his late grandmother, Bettie Snead, and late father, James Allen. Details on tickets for this year’s festival will be announced at a later date.
In 2021, Allen received the only country nomination in an all-genre category for the 2022 Grammy Awards; released his latest star-studded collaboration album, Bettie James Gold Edition; published his first children’s book, My Voice Is a Trumpet; took home the trophies for New Artist of the Year at The 55th Country Music Association Awards & Male Artist of the Year at The 56th Academy of Country Music Awards; reached the quarterfinals of the 30th season of Dancing With The Stars; served as Executive Music Producer for the Netflix series Titletown High; performed at the Kennedy Center Honors in tribute to Garth Brooks; and appeared on Elton John’s newest album, The Lockdown Sessions, with the track “Beauty In The Bones;” among other highlights.
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