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Chris Stapleton To Perform At Bryce Jordan Center October 6

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Chris Stapleton will perform at the Bryce Jordan Center on Friday, October 6, as part of his “All American Road Show” tour. Tickets can be purchased beginning on March 17, though multiple announced presales promotions open on March 16.

The Bryce Jordan Center date was added among five new stops to Stapleton’s current tour.

Stapleton is best known for his four platinum-certified studio albums โ€”ย his most recent being “Starting Over,” which was released in November 2020. Stapleton’s version of the song “Tennessee Whiskey” is currently 13-times platinum.

Recently, Stapleton performed the national anthem before Super Bowl LVII and won three Grammy Awards in February, bringing his career Grammy total to eight.

Country singers Margo Price and Nikki Lane are set to join Stapleton as special guests. Price earned a Grammy nomination for Best New Artist in 2018, while Lane co-wrote and performed alongside Lana Del Rey on the latter’s 2021 album “Chemtrails Over the Country Club.”

Stapleton is among the long list of names coming to Happy Valley over the next couple of months, joining Bruce Springsteen (March 18), Kenny Chesney (March 25), The Kid LAROI (March 27), Casting Crowns (April 7), Walker Hayes (April 27), and Thomas Rhett (September 22).

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