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Monday, May 20, 2024

Country artist Jordan Davis coming to Wilmington’s Live Oak Bank Pavilion in May

Country artist Jordan Davis announced his Damn Good Time World Tour and will come through Wilmington on may 4. (Courtesy photo)

WILMINGTON — While concert season may be wrapping up for the year, announcements are already rolling in for 2024.

Country star Jordan Davis will take the stage for his Damn Good Time World Tour at Live Oak Bank Pavilion in downtown Wilmington May 3, 2024.

Davis’ tour kicks off in February in Copenhagen, traveling through Europe, before returning stateside in April. Joining Davis are special guests Mitchell Tenpenny and Ashley Cooke in select cities.

From Shreveport, Louisiana, the country pop singer released his first single, “Singles You Up” in mid-2017; it topped number one on the Billboard Country Airplay chart in 2018. The same year, Davis dropped his first album, “Home State.”

Teaming up with artist Luke Bryan, Davis recorded “Buy Dirt” in 2021, which was nominated for ACM’s Song of the Year and Single of the Year; it won Country Music Award’s Song of the Year in 2022. The duet reached number one on the Hot Country Songs chart and was one of the top five most streamed country songs in both 2021 and 2022.

“I’ve settled into a really good headspace in writing songs, which is rooted in being honest — about past things that I’ve gone through, good or bad, and about some things that have kind of scared me about the future,” Davis said on his website. “So, the best thing for me is that ‘Buy Dirt’ opened up a whole other lane of songs that I think people can really connect with.”

This year, Davis released “Bluebird Days,” which touches on personal experiences, with songs blending traditional and contemporary genres.

“This is exactly the record I want to put out,” Davis said on his website. “I don’t know what’s going to happen with it, but I can at least tell you that the one certainty I do have about this record, is I’m proud of it.”

Presale tickets for the May concert can be purchased starting Wednesday at 10 a.m.; tickets go on sale to the general public Friday.

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