Adam Doleac will head out on the road for his headlining “Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour” in 2024.
Doleac will kick off the run in Nashville on Feb. 21, and hit additional cities such as Boston, Atlanta, Charlottesville and more. He will be joined by openers Graham Barham, Greylan James and Troy Cartwright on select dates.
Members of Doleac’s fan club had exclusive first access to tickets earlier today. General tickets will be available on Friday, Oct. 13 beginning at 10 a.m. local time.
The “Wrong Side of a Sunrise” tour marks Doleac’s second headlining tour since the release of his debut album and sold-out, “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland” tour.
“Wrapping the ‘Barstool Whiskey Wonderland’ tour earlier this year was a surreal and special moment as it marked the release of my debut album and first headlining tour. Now, looking ahead to this next tour, I can’t wait to get back out on the road again and share some special moments and the new music I’ve been working on,” Doleac shares. “I’m beyond excited to share these memories with y’all next year.”
The tour announcement follows several successful singles for Doleac, such as “Don’t Make Me Get Over You,” “Biggest Fan” and “Wrong Side of a Sunrise.”
Doleac is currently joining Carly Pearce on her “Country Music Made Me Do It” nationwide tour for select dates. Earlier this fall, he joined Old Dominion for a string of shows on their “No Bad Vibes” tour.
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