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Kane Brown - May 7

Kane Brown is coming to Pinnacle Bank Arena on May 7.

Country hitmaker Kane Brown will bring his “Worldwide Beautiful” tour to Pinnacle Bank Arena on May 7, three months after he begins the tour in Europe.

The show, one of the tour’s last scheduled dates, will bring Brown back to the arena where he delivered an impressive set in May 2018, opening for Chris Young.

One of the hottest brands going in country then and now, Brown’s 2018 set was highlighted by “What Ifs” and “Heaven.” The former is the single off the self-titled debut album he released in 2017 that made him the first artist to simultaneously top all five Billboard country charts. “Heaven” was the No. 1 song at country radio during the week of the Lincoln performance.

Those songs capped a 45-minute set that included a medley of his middle-school favorites — none of them a country song — which gave insight into Brown’s R&B-tinged country, as did the autobiographical rapped/sung “Learning.”

In late 2018, Brown released his second album, “Experiment,” which hit the top spot on the Billboard Top 200, the best-selling/most-streamed recording in all of music that week. Most recently, he topped the country charts with “One Thing Right,” his collaboration with EDM producer Marshmello that has amassed more than 400 million streams worldwide.

In addition to the hits, the tour will feature new material from Brown.

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“We named the tour ‘Worldwide Beautiful’ after a song I am working on now, which we have teased a bit but haven’t officially released yet,” Brown told the Nashville Tennessean. “But fans can look for that soon and for us to play it out on the road.”

Russell Dickerson and Chris Lane will open the tour, rotating into the direct support slot. A fourth artist for the show will be announced later.

Tickets for Brown’s show are $35 to $60 and will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. Tickets will be available at ticketmaster.com and by phone at 800-745-3000. Tickets also will be available at the arena ticket office beginning March 18.

Brown’s concert is the fourth 2020 concert announced for the arena. Several more concerts are expected to be announced soon.

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