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    Chris Young Losing Sleep World Tour with Kane Brown

    Chris Young Losing Sleep
    World Tour with special guest Kane Brown

    Date: Sunday, June 17, 2018 | 8PM
    Tickets: $30, $53, $76 & $84
    On-Sale: Saturday, March 31 at 9AM
    Venue: Outdoor Concert | Seating Chart

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    Chris Young

    Fresh off the most successful album of his prolific career, I’m Comin’ Over, which earned him a #1 debut and numerous industry accolades, Chris Young says he kept getting asked the same question about his hotly anticipated follow up: “Are you feeling the pressure?” But in truth, he wasn’t. Back in the co-producer’s chair with Corey Crowder for the second time (third if you count the 2016 holiday classic, It Must Be Christmas), Young felt completely at ease working on his seventh studio album, Losing Sleep. “I would argue there was less pressure,” says the star, who was just inducted as the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry. “We were even more comfortable than we were last time, and instead of it being like ‘We have to nail this,’ now it was like ‘OK, we did something really cool last time. Let’s try and build on that.’” Young is no stranger to building on success. Over his nearly 12 years with RCA Nashville, he’s steadily taken on more and more responsibility with each project, writing a few more songs each time, staying immersed in his craft and eventually taking the reins completely.

    Kane Brown

    A cover of George Strait's "Check Yes or No" went viral, garnering 7 million views via Facebook, and Brown quickly grew an enormous social media presence that he parlayed into the release of his first single, "Used to Love You Sober," in 2015. He released an EP titled 'Closer' in 2015 and followed it with 'Chapter 1' in 2016, followed by the release of a self-titled full-length album in December of 2016. Brown has yet to score a mainstream country hit, but he's attracted attention with singles including "Ain't No Stopping Us Now," "Thunder in the Rain" and "What Ifs," a duet with his former classmate Lauren Alaina. He has toured opening for Florida Georgia Line and even headlined his own Ain't No Stoppin Us Now Tour, cementing his position as one of the hottest young artists in country music.