Morgan Wallen announces 2022 concert tour after racial abuse scandal, awards show ban


Morgan Wallen is taking it upon himself to get back on the show’s swing – even though some in the music industry were ostracized last year for spitting racist abuse from drunkenness.

“Here we come,” Wallen Tweeted When they announce the “Dangerous Tour” on Monday, they expect to be on the road in the US for about eight months in 2022.

For the road trip, Wallen is set to start the first leg in Evansville, Indiana on February 3 and at the Staples Center in Los Angeles on September 24.

Promoted by Live Nation, the 46-city tour stops at Madison Square Garden in New York City on February 9 and at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on March 17.

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The “Wasted On You” performer was embroiled in a scandal when he threw an N-word in a video captured by a neighbor and posted to social media in 2020, for which the 28-year-old was subsequently suspended from his record label Big. Organized organizations like Loud Records, and iHeartRadio, which have pulled their music from their stations.

Wallen waited months ago He breaks his silence in public In April, he shared a handwritten letter to fans on social media.

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Wallen was later deemed ineligible for the 2021 Academy of Country Music Awards that same month.

Last week, the country star lost to Chris Stapleton of the Year at CMAs.

Last week, Morgan Wallen lost to CMAs Chris Stapleton on Album of the Year.
(Photo by Jason Kempin / Getty Images)

After the loss, Wallen wrote to his fans on Twitter, thanking God for his “blessings.”

“I wake up every morning and thank the Lord for my blessing. Tomorrow morning is no different. I love you, Wallen tweeted Wednesday night.

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In May, Wallen had a show Dry Run Hit the stage Video shared by one, first in front of a packed house at Kid Rock’s Restaurant and Bar in Nashville, Tennessee Ticktack users Appeared to indicate.

In the clip, Wallen can be seen taking the stage as fans applaud him – many of whom were surprised to see him.

Morgan Wallen announced the tour of 'The Dangerous' on Monday.

Morgan Wallen announced the tour of ‘The Dangerous’ on Monday.
(Photo by Terry Wyatt)

Admitting that it was some time he played among the crowd, the Kruiner settled in and performed “Waste on You” and “Whiskey Glasses.”

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Despite the tour announcement, Wallen is still banned from attending the American Music Awards on Sunday, November 21.


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