Last weekend, Kane Brown appeared on The Sunday Sitdown Willie Geist on NBC and revealed he'd be making a 2024 tour announcement this week. Today is the day.

This morning, Brown announced a total of 31 shows on his 2024 In the Air Tour. It will start on Thursday, March 28 in Charlottesville, Virginia, and conclude on Saturday, September 14 in Arlington, Texas.

Brown's 2024 tour will include five stadium concerts, all at the back end of the tour. Those shows are at Fenway Park in Boston, Massachusetts (7/20), T-Mobile Park in Seattle, Washington (August 16), BMO Stadium in Los Angeles, California (August 24), Coors Field in Denver, Colorado (September 6), and Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas (September 14).

Support acts on the tour are Parmalee (for all non-stadium shows), and Tyler Hubbard for nearly every concert not in a stadium. Special guests for the stadium shows (depending on the show) are Jon Pardi, Chris Young, Cole Swindell, Bailey Zimmerman, Tyler Hubbard, LoCash, and Raelynn.

The In the Air Tour will feature a number of concerts in the Midwest. They include April 11 in Kansas City, Missouri, April 12 in Rosemont, Illinois, April 19 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and June 20 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Kane Brown's only Iowa show scheduled for the 2024 tour is on Thursday, April 18 at Wells Fargo Arena in Des Moines. That concert will feature Tyler Hubbard and Parmalee as special guests.

Tickets for the Des Moines concert go on sale on Thursday, September 28 at 10 a.m. They will be available here.

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