First Interstate Arena | Billings, Montana
Country music never sounded better than at Kane Brown's upcoming "Drunk or Dreaming" tour, and you've come to the right place to secure a spot. He'll put on a show like no other with the help of special guests Dustin Lynch and LoCash. It's safe to say that a concert featuring all three of them would be an overwhelming success, one that would have people talking for months afterward. The event will take place on May 20, 2023, at the First Interstate Arena, which features state-of-the-art entertainment, a beautiful setting, and the ultimate in VIP facilities. This performance is not to be missed, but you must act quickly if you want to secure a seat. To purchase tickets, click the "Get Tickets" button and then follow the on-screen instructions.
Kane Brown entered this world on October 21st, 1993, in the United States of America. At first, his fame spread across social media platforms, and then it exploded into the stratosphere with airplay on all the major stations. His first EP, Closer, came out in June of 2015, and his first single, "Used to Love You Sober," was released in October of the same year. Brown included that song on his debut EP, Chapter 1, after he signed with RCA Nashville at the beginning of 2016. On December 2, 2016, Kane Brown released his first full-length studio effort. Album lead single "What Ifs" was the first song ever to simultaneously top all five country music charts that Billboard tracks (October 17, 2017). "Experiment," Brown's second studio album, was released in November of 2018 and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200, marking Brown's first number-one album debut.
His early years in Tennessee and his teenage years in rural Northwest Georgia were spent in economically disadvantaged communities. Despite his upbringing on country tunes, he became an R&B fan in middle school. After winning the school talent show singing Chris Young's "Gettin' You Home," he began to embrace country music. After seeing his high school pal Lauren Alaina succeed on American Idol, he decided to give it a shot himself. He quit The X Factor in 2013 after realizing that being in a boy band wasn't what he had in mind when he first auditioned. After that, he started making covers and putting them online. The world quickly took notice of his one-of-a-kind sound, and he became an overnight internet sensation.
What happened after that is, well, history, but we're super excited Kane chose to make a career out of music. His extraordinary talent and versatility as an entertainer never fail to amaze first-timers, and he routinely plays to sold-out crowds. Don't wait around; tickets are selling out fast. If you click the "Get Tickets" button and then follow the on-screen prompts, you'll be able to purchase the best available seats in the house.