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HARDY's "Quit!!" Tour Hits Monumental Stops in 2024: Stadiums and Red Rocks Await!

Get ready to buckle up your boots and kick up some dust because HARDY, the trailblazing country sensation, is about to take his electrifying "Quit!!" tour to unprecedented heights. With a string of milestone stops announced, fans are in for a wild ride of unforgettable music moments and heart-pounding performances.

HARDY on tour | Image by Tanner Gallagher

Mark your calendars for September 12th as HARDY makes his triumphant return to his roots, hitting the grand stage at Mississippi State University's Dudy Noble Field in Starkville, Mississippi. It's a homecoming like no other as the Mississippi native prepares to deliver his biggest headline show yet, promising an evening filled with soaring melodies and unforgettable memories.

But that's just the beginning of the excitement. Hold onto your cowboy hats because HARDY is gearing up for a monumental double-header at Colorado's legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on October 20th and 21st. It's a dream come true for HARDY as he steps onto the iconic stage for the very first time, ready to rock the Rockies like never before.

And the party doesn't stop there. Joining HARDY on this epic journey are none other than country powerhouses Randy Houser and Travis Denning, ensuring that every stop on the tour is a rollicking good time from start to finish.

Since his unforgettable speech at the 2022 ACM Honors, where he accepted the prestigious ACM Songwriter of the Year award, HARDY has been blazing a trail through the country music scene with his chart-topping hits and boundary-pushing sound. With "Quit!!," he continues to defy expectations and redefine what it means to be a country superstar.

So grab your tickets, round up your crew, and get ready to experience HARDY like never before. With stadium-sized dreams and Red Rocks magic on the horizon, the "Quit!!" tour is gearing up to be the ultimate country music extravaganza of 2024. Don't miss your chance to be a part of history in the making.


April 28 — Stagecoach — Indio, Calif. +*

May 25 — Patriotic Festival — Norfolk, Va. +*

May 30 — Walmart AMP — Rogers, Ark.

May 31 — Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre — St. Louis, Mo.

June 1 — Ruoff Music Center — Noblesville, Ind.

June 6 — Budweiser Stage — Toronto, Ont.

June 7 — Broadview Stage at SPAC — Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

June 8 — Darien Lake Amphitheater — Buffalo, N.Y.

June 9 — CMA Fest - Nissan Stadium — Nashville, Tenn.

June 14 — PNC Music Pavilion — Charlotte, N.C.

June 15 — Coastal Credit Union Music Park — Raleigh, N.C.

June 20 — PNC Bank Arts Center — Holmdel, N.J.

June 21 — Xfinity Center — Mansfield, Mass.

June 22 — BankNH Pavilion — Gilford, N.H.

June 27 — Freedom Mortgage Pavilion — Camden, N.J.

June 28 — Jiffy Lube Live — Bristow, Va.

June 29 — Country Thunder Bristol — Bristol, Tenn. +*

July 13 — Country Concert — Fort Loramie, Ohio +*

July 18 — Country Jam — Eau Claire, Wis. +*

July 19 — Rock The South — Cullman, Ala.

July 21 — Faster Horses — Brooklyn, Mich. +

July 25 — Riverbend Music Center — Cincinnati, Ohio

July 26 — Veterans Park - Harley-Davidson Homecoming Festival — Milwaukee, Wis. +*

July 27 — Credit Union 1 Amphitheatre — Tinley Park, Ill.

Aug. 4 — Watershed Festival — George, Wash. +

Aug. 17 — Country Thunder Alberta — Calgary, Alb. +*

Aug. 22 — Bash on the Bay — Put-in-Bay, Ohio +*

Sept. 12 — Dudy Noble Field — Starkville, Miss.

Oct. 20 — Red Rocks Amphitheatre — Morrison, Colo.

Oct. 21 — Red Rocks Amphitheatre — Morrison, Colo.


* Non-Live Nation Date

+ Festival Date


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