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You can go ahead and cross a stadium show off Morgan Wallen’s bucket list of venues.
He’s already sold over 800,000 tickets for his Dangerous Tour, and only 13 shows in, he’s adding a final concert at Arlington, Texas’ Globe Life Field, home of the Texas Rangers, on October 8th.
As someone who grew up playing baseball, Morgan can’t wait to make that his stadium debut:
“I grew up playing baseball… spending more nights than I can count on fields in East Tennessee, it’s a special moment to be back on the field but doing my thing with my band.”
Hardy, Mike Ryan and Jake Worthington will also be joining him for this show. Globe Life Field has 40,300 seats, but don’t be surprised if Morgan sells this venue out, too.
He has a more dedicated fan base than just about anybody in country music right now, and if he’s playing a massive stadium, they’ll be there to fill it up:
“Fans have shown up in ways I never dreamt. Because of them, and because of the faith and support a lot of folks have had in me over the years, we’re gonna get to do this Texas.”
Morgan recently won the ACM for Album of the Year for his record-breaking Dangerous: The Double Album, and his current single at country radio is “Wasted On You”:
With Morgan opening up for Eric Church this summer at a show at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis and Eric popping up to perform with Morgan at his show in Nashville last night, I wouldn’t be all that shocked to see Chief show up at the stadium show, too:
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