Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harvey's | Stateline, Nevada
Put all your What Ifs away and hit that "Get Tickets" button to secure your seat to the highly-anticipated concert of Kane Brown at the Harveys Outdoor Arena on September 1. Catch the "Heaven" hitmaker as he performs in front of over 9000 screaming fans on the last night of his "Drunk or Dreaming Tour" in the iconic Nevada venue. If you love Kane Brown's fresh take on country music, then seeing him perform live is a must. The multi-CMT awardee will perform his career-defining hits, including "Short Skirt Weather," "Homesick," "What Ifs," and songs from his latest album, "Different Man." Show your love for our country boy Kane by booking your tickets as early as today.
Famous for blending hip-hop and RnB tunes with country music, Kane Brown is one of the prominent faces in country music that defied country conventions. His breakout song "Used to Love You Sober" in 2015 introduced country fans to his unique take on the genre. With 38,000 copies sold within 2 days, the song reached number two on the Country Digital Songs chart—a foreshadowing of the brilliant career he would have in the years to come.
Fast forward to 2022, Kane Brown released his third studio album, "Different Man." This is a follow-up to his platinum sophomore album "Experiment," released in 2018, and his self-titled double-platinum debut album in 2016. Both albums sold over 3,160,000 copies, including 3,000,000 in the United States. With such digits coming from a relatively-new artist, Kane Brown is indeed on top of his game.
In 2021 and 2022, Brown's "Blessed & Free Tour" was a massive success. With sold-out shows in the US and Canada, the rising country superstar showed that his brand of country music will also fill out pavilions and arenas. This year, Kane Brown is back on the road for his "Drunk or Dreaming Tour." The tour will kick off on March 17 at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana. The tour will stop at major venues in the country, including Florida's St. Augustine Amphitheatre, Arizona's Simmons Bank Arena, Texas's Moody Center, and Nashville's Bridgestone Arena before capping off at Harveys Outdoor Arena in Lake Tahoe on September 1.
Save the best for last! Witness Kane Brown give it his all in his final performance of the tour. Get your tickets today by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.