Keith Urban New Orleans Tickets
Keith Urban is yet to release his 9th album “Ripcord” but has already kicked his 2016 Summer Ripcord Tour into high gear. The “Break on Me” singer has announced the first leg that starts June 2 from Kansas City and will run through till November 19 in Brooklyn. The Grammy Award winning singer will rock the Smoothie King Center on October 15, and fans with Keith Urban New Orleans tickets will also be treated to a performance by the opening acts Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris. 2016 trek is a big one for the “Stupid Boy” as he’s set to rock massive arenas and amphitheaters, and has so far announced concerts in 50 cities.
Top Reasons To Buy Keith Urban New Orleans Tickets
Keith Urban is an active live performer but he spent most of the last year headlining festivals and exclusive concerts. The upcoming Ripcord World Tour will be his most extravagant trek in two years and he’s ready to get back to that world.
There are many reasons to be thrilled about the upcoming album and its support tour as Keith Urban has collaborated with some new people like Nile Rodgers and Rick Rubin. “Ripcord” promises to be a genre-bending album featuring pop, rock and disco worlds. Nile’s guitar playing drew him in and Urban wanted to experiment with his six-string banjo to see if he could create a rhythmic fusion. In 2015 he treated the fans to two singles from the album – “John Cougar, John Deere, John 3:16” which was nominated at the Grammys and “Break On Me” that peaked at 8th position on the Billboard Hot Country Songs.
Keith Urban has called Brett Eldredge and Maren Morris, his two opening acts, a potent and unbridled addition to the trek. He’s quite excited to have Morris on board who impressed him with her unmastered rendition of the song “80s Mercedes”. He wanted his audience to listen to her, calling her a “real deal” and not just someone who’s popular. Urban will be playing a lot of new music, hitting new cities and experimenting with his style. His concert should be on your must-attend list this year.