KEITH URBAN BRINGS ‘THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR’ TO DAILY’S PLACE FOR TWO NIGHTS IN ‘22
Tickets On Sale Starting Friday, December 10th at 10am ET at tickemaster.com.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Live Nation and Bold Events today announced that Four-time GRAMMY© Award winner Keith Urban has set Summer ’22 for the North American debut of his first world tour in four years, THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR. The tour’s newly announced North American leg, with 3x GRAMMY© nominee Ingrid Andress, will add fifty shows to the previously announced concerts and will stop at Daily’s Place for two nights, August 4-5, 2022 at 7 p.m. Tickets will go on sale to the general public at dailysplace.com beginning Friday, December 10 at 10 a.m. ET. Jags365 and Daily’s Rewards members will have access to presale tickets Thursday, December 9 between 10 a.m. and 10 p.m. ET. For complete ticket information, including all presales and ticket prices, please click here.
“I’ve always considered myself a live performer first,” says Urban. “It’s what I’ve always done and it’s what my music needs to live and breathe. Our shows are all about living in the moment. They’re a totally interactive and immersive experience where everyone can participate in whatever way they want - sing, dance, do whatever.”
Critics from around the globe have hailed Urban’s concerts as ones “not to be missed,” as unpredictable as they are explosive. Combine his infectious showmanship, virtuoso guitar playing, effortless spontaneity with a fist-pumping, arena-ready arsenal of hits and THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR promises to be one of the concert events of the Summer.
But what lies at the heart of every great show are the songs. Blue Ain’t Your Color, The Fighter, Somewhere In My Car, Wasted Time, Somebody Like You, Long Hot Summer, his latest single Wild Hearts, and his global smash One Too Many with P!NK, will anchor a night of music from one of the touring world’s best.
The tour includes Urban’s first concerts in Ft. Worth and Savannah, his first appearances at venues in Los Angeles and Jacksonville, as well as shows in Knoxville, Charleston and Madison where he hasn’t played in nearly a decade.