Written by Staff Writer at CNN
Can’t get enough Keith Urban ? Don’t worry, we’ve got him covered.
The Australian pop-country singer-songwriter is about to bring his expansive music tour to the United States, with 29 dates announced so far. The 25-date tour begins May 16 at Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival in Manchester, Tennessee, and will run through July 1 at Wisconsin’s Lakefront Amphitheater.
Urban’s forthcoming “Graffiti U” tour will feature numerous stadium-style venues with capacities of 50,000 to 55,000 spectators. He’ll be joined by touring band, as well as Nashville-based tribute act, Keith Urban: Blue & White Night .
The singer will be hitting the road more frequently than ever before.
Urban released his tenth studio album, “Graffiti U,” in October 2017. The album hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart and sold over 400,000 copies in its first week.
This marked Urban’s first solo album to go to No. 1 since 2007’s “Love, Pain & the whole crazy thing.”
He celebrated the album’s success by becoming the first artist to top the US Billboard 200 chart with three albums in a row. This achievement went hand-in-hand with another Grammy Award he earned in February 2018, after receiving a record-tying 10 nods.
Urban also played the final performance of his multi-year residency, “CRAVE,” at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas in March 2018. The reality show series chronicled his life and performing life.