Brett Eldredge plays Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica


Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

Award winning, Platinum selling artist Brett Eldredge is set to launch his Good Day Tour later this summer and into fall. Produced by Live Nation, the 21 city tour will kick off on Thursday, September 16 in Cleveland, Ohio at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica and will be his first U.S. tour since his perennial holiday Glow tour wrapped in December of 2019.

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“The Good Day tour will by far be the most appreciative and grateful experience of my career because I miss playing music so much,” said Eldredge. “I miss the human connection, the fan to fan connection, the people out there singing their hearts out who travel from all over the place to come together as a group, and be there with each other to smile, laugh and sing. The Good Day Tour is going to bring a lot of joy to people and one of those especially being me, because I cannot wait.”

The Good Day Tour will feature songs from his critically-acclaimed recent album Sunday Drive, as well as fan favorites from his previous albums which include #1 smash songs like “Don’t Ya,” “Beat Of The Music,” “Wanna Be That Song,” “Love Someone” and more.

The tour will also include special opening act Morgan Evans who hit the top of the U.S. Charts with “Kiss Somebody.” The Australian born singer-songwriter is known for other hits including “Diamonds” and fan favorite “Day Drunk.” “I’m bringing Morgan Evans on tour and I’ve been a big fan of his for a long time and he’s a crazy good talent and amazing guy. I just think he brings that mentality that I love, that positive energy and good heart and this tour is going to have a lot of heart,” said Eldredge.

While Eldredge is also playing outdoor festivals in the U.S. this summer in preparation for the Good Day Tour, Eldredge also announced the Good Day Europe tour which kicks off May 2, 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland and wraps May 16 in Amsterdam.

“We’re gonna show the world what it feels like to be alive again, andI’m gonna kiss that stage when I walk on it every night because there’s nothing like it and I’ll never let it go,” said Eldredge “See you on the road!”