It’s a GREAT Monday, because Kip Moorejust announced a 2021 tour.
He shared a post announcing the tour on Instagram, noting that though there were times he thought it might not happen, he’s ready to give it his all and get back on the road:
“We’ve worked really hard behind the scenes to put together a fall tour for you guys.
Agency & management had daily battles that I wasn’t sure they’d be able to overcome, but here we are. I understand some of you guys will choose to avoid a crowd. I respect that decision & have nothing but love for those of you that feel that way.
But……… for those of you that do come, I promise you that we will give you everything we got. Love to all.”
The “How High Tour” will kick off with one date in August and then run from mid-October through the end of 2021:
2021 HOW HIGH TOUR DATES:
8/28/21 Sylvania, OH- Centennial Terrace
10/14/21 Chicago, IL- Riviera Theater
10/15/21 Newport, KY- Venue TBA
10/16/21 Rochester, NY- The Armory
10/21/21 Fort Wayne, IN- The Clyde Theater
10/23/21 Detroit, MI- The Fillmore Detroit
11/04/21 Knoxville, TN- The Tennessee Theater
11/05/21 Chattanooga, TN- The Signal
11/06/21 Asheville, NC- The Orange Peel
11/11/21 Huntsville, AL- Mars Music Hall
11/12/21 Charlotte, NC- The Fillmore Charlotte
11/13/21 Orange Beach, AL- The Port at the Wharf
11/19/21 North Myrtle Beach, SC- The House of Blues
11/20/21 Raleigh, NC- The Ritz
11/21/21 Silver Spring, MD- The Fillmore Silver Spring
12/02/21 Kansas City, MO- Uptown Theater
12/03/20 Kearney, NE- Viaero Event Center
12/04/21 Dubuque, IA- Five Flags Center
12/17/21 Phoenix, AZ- The Van Buren
12/18/21 San Diego, CA- Soma
No openers have been announced for the tour yet, but I can’t WAIT to see Kip back out on the road soon, doing what he does best. Anyone who knows Kip Moore knows that it’s all about the live show.
“The live show has been a massive part of everything we’ve built up until this point.
We brought out a full record this past year and so it’s been a huge priority to get this tour scheduled so we can get out there and play those songs with the people who supported ‘Wild World’ and maybe even play some newer material now we have “Good Life” out there.”
And on top of that, he released the music video for his new track “Good Life”, the first from his upcoming album that will be released at some point this year.
“Working on the music video for the single was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had making a video. We really just went for it and let our inhibitions go.”