MORGAN WALLEN ONE NIGHT AT A TIME WORLD TOUR STADIUM LOAD-IN BEGINS

MORGAN WALLEN ONE NIGHT AT A TIME WORLD TOUR STADIUM LOAD-IN BEGINS

U.S. Leg Kicks-Off w/ Two Nights Beginning Friday, April 14

at Milwaukee’s American Family Field

On Heels of Rocking 90,653 Fans in New Zealand and Australia

 

One Thing At A Time Reaches No. 1 on ARIA Charts, Earning Wallen

His First Australian Chart Crown; Claims Fifth Straight Week

Atop the Billboard 200 Chart

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Morgan Wallen at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 22, 2023 

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NASHVILLE, TENN. – With a run of six sold-out shows solidifying his international foothold, Morgan Wallen kicked off his One Night At A Time World Tour on March 15 at New Zealand’s Spark Arena, leaving the New Zealand Herald proclaiming “the atmosphere was electric.” Wallen’s presence in Oceania was met with ecstatic fans screaming his name well before the first verse, as he traversed them through a 26-song setlist opening with his first career No. 1, “Up Down,” before diving into new music off his recently released third studio album, One Thing At A Time (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic) – which reached No. 1 on the New Zealand Top 40 Albums chart following the show.

With additional stops at CMC Rocks in Ipswich, QLD; two shows at Qudos Bank Arena in Sydney, NSW; and two back-to-back nights at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, VIC; Wallen gave 90,653 fans abroad a first glimpse of his massive tour which will span a total of 65 shows and 30 stadium-plays this year. The milestone kickoff was met with another first for Wallen – as One Thing At A Time landed atop the ARIA charts, earning the superstar his first Australian chart crown.

One Thing At A Time arrived March 3 as Spotify’s largest streaming debut of any genre in 2023 and the most streamed country album in a single day by a male artist, instantly claiming the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 chart, where it has remained for five consecutive weeks and counting.

Hailed by New York Times as a “hit-stuffed streaming blockbuster,” the album broke multiple records upon its release, as Wallen surpassed Drake to become the artist with the most songs simultaneously charting on the Billboard Hot 100, with all 36 songs atop the chart. The streaming success of the album once again launched Wallen to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard Artist 100 all-genre chart for his 11th career week, becoming the only core country artist to simultaneously rule the Artist 100, Hot 100 & Billboard 200 charts.

One Thing At A Time has already yielded two No. 1 hits with 10-week No. 1 “You Proof” – the longest No. 1 in country radio history – and “Thought You Should Know,” which remained at the top of country airplay charts for three consecutive weeks. Current singles “One Thing At A Time” and “Last Night” remain in the top-20-and-climbing on country radio, while “Last Night” continues to see success on pop charts, becoming Wallen’s first No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 all-genre chart. Internationally, the album continues to soar, as it reaches its fifth consecutive week at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart, with “Last Night” sitting at No. 1 on the Canadian Top 200 Songs chart.

Wallen’s One Night At A Time World Tour is produced by Live Nation in North America/United Kingdom and Frontier Touring for Australia/New Zealand. It kicked off overseas March 15-25 with shows in New Zealand and Australia with HARDY, and is set to continue stateside beginning April 14 at Milwaukee’s American Family Field with HARDY; hitting New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park with Parker McCollum. The tour will return overseas this fall with stops in Canada before heading to The O2 in London on Dec. 3. ERNEST and Bailey Zimmerman will support across U.S. and international dates.

Morgan Wallen 2023 U.S. Tour Dates:

Fri, April 14          Milwaukee, WI                   American Family Field*#
Sat, April 15         Milwaukee, WI                   American Family Field*#
Thurs, April 20     Louisville, KY                     KFC Yum! Center
Sat, April 22         Oxford, MS                        Vaught-Hemingway Stadium*#
Sun, April 23        Oxford, MS                        Vaught-Hemingway Stadium*+
Thurs, April 27     Grand Rapids, MI              Van Andel Arena
Fri, April 28          Moline, IL                           Vibrant Arena
Sat, April 29         Lincoln, NE                        Pinnacle Bank Arena
Thurs, May 4        Jacksonville, FL                VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
Fri, May 5             West Palm Beach, FL       iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre
Sat, May 6             Tampa, FL                        MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
Thurs, May 18      Hershey, PA                      Hersheypark Stadium*
Fri, May 19           East Rutherford, NJ          MetLife Stadium*$
Sat, May 20           East Rutherford, NJ         MetLife Stadium*$
Wed, May 24        Austin, TX                          Moody Center
Fri, May 26           Houston, TX                      Minute Maid Park*#
Thurs, June 1        Atlanta, GA                       Truist Park*$
Fri, June 2             Atlanta, GA                       Truist Park*$
Sat, June 3             Panama City Beach, FL  Gulf Coast Jam^
Thurs, June 8        Virginia Beach, VA            Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
Fri, June 9             Virginia Beach, VA            Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach
Sat, June 10           Myrtle Beach, SC            Carolina Country Music Fest^
Wed, June 14        Pittsburgh, PA                   PNC Park*&
Thurs, June 15      Pittsburgh, PA                   PNC Park*#
Sat, June 17           Philadelphia, PA              Citizens Bank Park*#
Thurs, June 22      Chicago, IL                       Wrigley Field*#
Fri, June 23           Chicago, IL                       Wrigley Field*$
Thurs, June 29      Detroit, MI                         Ford Field*#
Fri, June 30           Detroit, MI                         Ford Field*#
Thurs, July 6         St. Louis, MO                    Busch Stadium*$
Fri, July 7              St. Louis, MO                    Busch Stadium*$
Fri, July 14            San Diego, CA                  Petco Park*#
Sat, July 15           San Diego, CA                  Petco Park*#
Wed, July 19         Phoenix, AZ                      Chase Field*#
Thurs, July 20       Phoenix, AZ                      Chase Field*#
Sat, July 22           Los Angeles, CA               SoFi Stadium*#
Thurs, Aug 3         Detroit Lakes, MN             WE Fest^
Fri, Aug 11           Columbus, OH                   Ohio Stadium*%
Sat, Aug 12           Columbus, OH                 Ohio Stadium*#
Wed, Aug 16          Boston, MA                      Fenway Park*#
Thurs, Aug 17       Boston, MA                       Fenway Park*#
Fri, Aug 18           Boston, MA                        Fenway Park*$
Sat, Sept 2             Washington, DC              FedEx Field*$
Sat, Oct 7              Tacoma, WA                     Tacoma Dome

 

Remaining Morgan Wallen 2023 International Tour Dates:

Sat, Aug 5             Camrose, AB                   Big Valley Jamboree^
Thurs, Aug 24       Dieppe, NB                      YQM Country Fest^
Thurs, Sept 14       Toronto, ON                    Budweiser Stage
Fri, Sept 15           Toronto, ON                     Budweiser Stage
Sat, Sept 16           Toronto, ON                    Budweiser Stage
Mon, Sept 18        London, ON                     Budweiser Gardens
Thurs, Sept 21       Ottawa, ON                    Canadian Tire Centre
Fri, Sept 22           Quebec City, QC             Videotron Centre
Sat, Sept 23           Montreal, QC                  Bell Centre
Thurs, Sept 28       Winnipeg, MB                 Canada Life Centre
Fri, Sept 29           Saskatoon, SK                 SaskTel Centre
Sat, Sept 30           Calgary, AB                     Scotiabank Saddledome
Tues, Oct 3           Vancouver, BC                 Rogers Arena
Wed, Oct 4            Vancouver, BC                 Rogers Arena
Sun, Dec. 3           London, UK                      The O2
* Stadium Dates
^ Festival Dates
# HARDY, ERNEST, Bailey Zimmerman
$ Parker McCollum, ERNEST, Bailey Zimmerman
& HARDY, Bailey Zimmerman
% Riley Green, ERNEST
+ HARDY, ERNEST

 

ABOUT MORGAN WALLEN

Hailed by Billboard for making “his superstar arrival as a touring artist” in 2022, Morgan Wallen recently wrapped his 55-show Dangerous Tour with his first headlining stadium show at Globe Life Field in Arlington, TX, which saw him shatter attendance records previously held by Elton John and Lady Gaga. Now, the CMA Entertainer of the Year nominee who had record-setting shows in 30 venues across the country – with the only country tour nominated for Pollstar’s Major Tour of the Year – is embarking on a massive world tour in 2023. Spanning 30 stadium-plays across 5 countries and 3 continents, plus arenas, amphitheaters and festivals, Wallen’s 65-show 2023 One Night At A Time World Tour will deliver the man The New Yorker dubbed as “the most wanted man in country” to fans worldwide.

With over 18.2 billion on-demand streams and eight chart-toppers at country radio, the East Tennessean’s latest hit “Thought You Should Know,” cowritten with Nicolle Galyon and Miranda Lambert, remained at No. 1 for three consecutive weeks. Recent breakout hit “You Proof” became his fastest climbing single to-date, reaching No. 1 after just 14 weeks and remaining at No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Airplay chart for a record-breaking ten non-consecutive weeks. Current singles “One Thing At A Time” and “Last Night” remain top-20-and-counting on country airplay charts, as “Last Night” becomes Wallen’s first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1. On the heels of the unparalleled success of his 4x platinum, ACM Album of the Year, Dangerous: The Double Album (Big Loud/Mercury/Republic Records) – which topped 2021’s all-genre Billboard 200 Albums year-end chart and notched historical chart status as Billboard’s longest running Top 10 album in history for a solo artist (with 113 total weeks spent in the Top 10, eclipsing Adele’s 21 and Bruce Springsteen’s Born In The USA), Wallen’s 36-song deeply personal third studio album, One Thing At A Time, is available now, where it remains at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 charts for its fifth consecutive week. With ten career weeks atop the Billboard Artist 100 all-genre charts, $3 from every U.S. ticket sold for the One Night At A Time World Tour will benefit the Morgan Wallen Foundation.

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Media Contacts

Ebie McFarland | Essential Broadcast Media, LLC
ebie@ebmediapr.com

 

Jess Anderson | Big Loud Records
jess@bigloud.com

 

Beau Benton | Republic Records
beau.benton@umusic.com

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Morgan Wallen performs to a sold-out crowd in Melbourne on March 25, 2023

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Morgan Wallen and HARDY perform at CMC Rocks in Ipswich, QLD on March 19, 2023

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ERNEST and Morgan Wallen perform “Flower Shops” at Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena on March 22, 2023

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