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Mitchell Tenpenny Prepares for First-Ever Shows in Europe and Australia in March 2023

Riser House/Columbia Nashville/Sony Music Nashville #1 hitmaker Mitchell Tenpenny will play shows in Europe and Australia for the very first-time next March. In 2020, Mitchell was confirmed to perform as part of the C2C Festival but the festival was forced to cancel due to the global pandemic.

Mitchell will begin his overseas schedule March 3-8 with a run of co-headline dates with Australian-born country phenom Morgan Evans on the aptly named “Day Drunk Me Tour.” Tickets for those concerts begin with a pre-sale on Wednesday, December 14 and a public on sale this Friday, December 16. Go to for tickets. Mitchell will then play the C2C Festival dates from March 10-12 and two shows for CMC Rocks in Australia on March 18.

“I’ve always wanted to play shows overseas,” shared Mitchell. “We tried in 2020. Flew over there and then had to fly right back before even playing a show. So, this is a long time in the making and I couldn’t be more excited to play for the fans who have never had the chance to see us play live before. It’s going to be a party!”

March 3 *Hamburg, Germany Kent March 4 *Munich, Germany Strom March 5 *Berlin, Germany Frannz Club March 7 *Utrect, Netherlands Cloud Nine March 8 *Cologne, Germany Club Volta March 10 Glasgow, UK SSE Hydro C2C March 11 Dublin, Ireland 3Arena C2C March 12 London, England The O2 C2C March 18 Willowbank, QLD Australia Willowbank Raceway CMC Rocks *“Day Drunk Me Tour” Co-Headline shows with Morgan Evans

Mitchell’s new radio single is “We Got History” from his latest album This Is The Heavy. The song,written by Mitchell, Andy Albert, Devin Dawson, and Jordan Schmidt, comes on the heels of his history making success with the shortest time between #1 songs in the modern chart era with a three-week span between “Truth About You” and “At The End Of A Bar” with Chris Young. MusicRow Magazine heralded This Is The Heavy, “Mitchell Tenpenny blazes his own trail on new 20-track album. A charming facet to Tenpenny’s music that has been ever-present since the beginning is his references to Nashville. Between him singing about a house party off of Franklin Pike on ‘More Than Whiskey Does’ and his many mentions of bars in midtown, the songwriter is intentional with including details about his hometown.” Nash News said, “This collection has the makings to take Tenpenny to new heights. It's adventurous enough to draw new fans in and is authentically Tenpenny enough for his existing following. Whether he's singing about not wanting to see an ex, drinking through a heartache, or being lost in memories, he is able to tell the descriptive stories he wants to.” Entertainment Focus shared, “Ask anyone in Nashville who the best five singers in town are and I’ll bet you any amount of the money that the name that comes up amongst the most will be Mitchell Tenpenny.”

Before heading overseas, Mitchell will launch his U.S. headline “This Is The Heavy Tour” on January 19 which includes back-to-back nights at the Ryman Auditorium. Go to for tickets.

“This Is The Heavy Tour”

January 19 Airways Heights, WA Northern Quest Resort & Casino

January 20 Portland, OR Crystal Ballroom

January 21 Seattle, WA Showbox SoDo

January 26 Salt Lake City, UT The Union Event Center

January 27 Las Vegas, NV Santa Fe Station Hotel & Casino

January 29 El Cajon, CA Casino Resort

January 28 Los Angeles, CA The Novo

February 3 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium

February 4 Nashville, TN Ryman Auditorium

February 10 Columbus, OH KEMBA Live

February 11 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre

February 16 Baltimore, MD Rams Head Live

February 17 Lima, OH Lima Veterans Memorial Civic Center

February 18 Chattanooga, TN The Signal

February 24 Columbia, SC The Senate

February 25 Athens, GA Georgia Theatre

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