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Dierks Bentley to Launch ‘High Times & Hangovers’ Tour in May

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Calling country music lovers of all ages, boy, do I have good news for you. Dierks Bentley has announced dates for the High Times & Hangovers tour in May.

It’s like Christmas morning, and I am one of Santa’s adorable little eves spreading the country music cheer for all Outsiders. And you know the best way to spread this country music cheer? Singing loud for all to hear. 

Consider it done. It’s Dierks Bentley! It’s impossible not to sing along. 

Dierks Bentley Details Tour

The 45-year-old Arizona native is bringing back a classic with his High Times & Hangovers dive bar tour he began back in 2006.  

On May 11, Dierks Bentley will begin the infamous tour with five locations. So, if you are not near one of the spots, you may want to consider changing locations. Here are the three things you need to know, the dates, destinations, and dive bars Bentley will appear in. 

5/11/21 Isle of Palms SC – Windjammer 

5/12/21 Greenville, SC – Blindhorse Saloon

5/13/21 Charlotte, NC – Coyote Joe’s 

5/14/21 Gainesville, FL – Knockin Boots

5/15/21 Knoxville, TN – Cotton Eyed Joe

Dierks will be accompanied by guests Cody Canada & The Departed (Cross Canadian Ragweed).

As for tickets, excited fans need to have those ahead of time. Just because they’re in a dive bar doesn’t mean this is a rinky-dink operation!

According to CMT, Pre-sale for fan club members begins April 27 at 10 a.m. However, if you are a regular Joe off the street (like us), tickets go on sale Friday (4/30 @ 10:00 a.m.) at dierks.com.”

It should also be noted that each show will adhere to the CDC regulations for that location.

Keeping Up with the County Star

While many of Dierks Bentley’s country music counterparts are jumping right back into the swing of things with concerts at amphitheaters and arenas, Bentley will be walking before he runs with the smaller venues. 

Yesterday, April 25, Dierks teased the show for fans with the simple caption, “Tomorrow. #HighTimesAndHangovers” along with a short clip of past performances.

Recently, Bentley received plenty of praise for his performance of U2’s hit “Pride (In the Name of Love)” at the 2021 ACM Awards on April 18. 

Furthermore, the country artist’s hit “Gone” is currently sitting happily as a top 25 single on the Billboard US Hot Country Songs chart and will be featured on the tour. 

So, let’s get the High Times & Hangover rolling with an ice-cold beer! This one’s for warmer weather and country music concerts! Two things we haven’t see in far too long.