Morgan Wallen: One Night at a Time Tour

Country music singer, Morgan Wallen, recently started his “One Thing at a Time” tour. Wallen released his album on March 3, 2023 and announced that he would be going on tour on December 1st. His tour would include shows in the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman joined Wallen for all US and international dates, and Hardy and Parker Mccollum will join Wallen for select dates. Three dollars of every ticket for US dates will benefit the Morgan Wallen Foundation.

The tour started on March 15th in Auckland, New Zealand which was a sold out show. It was Wallen’s first time in New Zealand, and the audience was eager to be there. Wallen played some of his hits from past albums including “Chasin You,” “Wasted on You,” and “You Proof.” The crowd was upbeat and full of energy. Wallen took time to share stories behind his songs to the audience. He then traveled to Australia and performed in Sydney and Melbourne.

He returned to his roots in the US and performed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He then traveled to Louisville, Kentucky. However, his performance in Oxford Mississippi ended early, and he had to therefore reschedule his concerts in Michigan, Illinois, and Nebraska. The reason being was that he had been placed on “doctor-ordered vocal rest.” After taking ten days off, the tour continued, and Wallen was off to perform three shows in Florida. By the third show, Wallen felt terrible, and it was announced that he had vocal fold trauma.

What seemed to be just a reschedule to a later date turned into a postponement of the rest of the tour. However, this time it is six weeks rather than ten days. Wallen announced that he re-injured his vocal cords and is under mandatory vocal rest. Wallen was supposed to perform in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Texas, Georgia, as well as many other states. He also had to pull out of the Carolina Country Music Fest and Academy of Country Music awards.

Morgan Wallen announced that most shows will be rescheduled to later in 2023. Some shows including Pennsylvania and New Jersey are rescheduled for dates in 2024. Morgan Wallen did not anticipate that this would happen and feels badly of the circumstances his fans endured to get tickets.

Originally purchased tickets will transfer to respective rescheduled dates and those unable to make it to the rescheduled show are able to seek a refund within 30 days of the date being announced. Wallen is constantly updating his fans and is keeping them up to date with what is going to happen in the future regarding his tour.

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