Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.
Country artist Morgan Wallen delivered a significant update on Monday, revealing an extension of his “One Night At A Time” tour into 2024. The 30-year-old musician enlisted the assistance of retired professional football quarterbacks, brothers Peyton and Eli Manning, to help announce the tour’s expansion, which includes an additional ten stadium shows slated for the following year.
Wallen’s Instagram caption read, “It’s been an incredible year for me and my music, so we’re going to do it all over again… same tour name, sticking with this album, and hitting up many more cities. I’ve got plans to release ‘Cowgirls,’ ‘Man Made A Bar,’ and possibly ’98 Braves.’ Let’s keep the momentum going. Oh, and there’s a new song dropping this Friday on [Thomas Rhett’s] greatest hits album. It’s something really special. Love y’all – MW.”
The post also provided information about an “advance registration” process aimed at ensuring that more tickets are available directly to fans, with measures in place to prevent automated bots from purchasing tickets. Registration will remain open until Sunday, October 1, at 11:59 p.m. PT. In addition, the Instagram message featured a comical video where Morgan Wallen humorously advised Peyton Manning against attempting any “dressing up” or “singing.” In the video, Manning was seen sporting a blonde mullet wig and a baseball cap.
Manning responded to Wallen with a playful jab about the singer’s recent haircut, saying, “I see you got a new haircut there. If you were looking for someone who can’t quite pull off the cool look, can’t sing, or crack jokes, you should’ve called Eli.”
Eli then made his appearance on screen to share the tour details with fans, saying, “Hello, Morgan Wallen fans! I’m Eli Manning, and I’m excited to announce ‘One Night At A Time 2024.’ We’re coming to a city near you.”
Additional tour dates include:
- Indianapolis on April 4
- Oxford, Mississippi on April 20
- Nashville on May 2
- Minneapolis on June 20
- Denver on June 27
- Tampa on July 11
- Charlotte on July 18
- Arlington, Texas on July 25
- Kansas City on August 1
- Las Vegas on August 8