Kane Brown

Kane Brown to Headline Hulu Theatre at Madison Square Garden

Photo credit: Joseph Llanes

MSG Live, in association with Budweiser, has announced that multi-platinum entertainer Kane Brown, with special guest Clare Dunn, will perform at the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday, November 7 at 7:30 PM as a part of the Budweiser One Night Only concert series. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 28, 2018 at noon.

The “One Night Only” concert series includes intimate performances at The Madison Square Garden Company venues – bringing fans closer to the music than ever before. The series so far has included performances by Florida Georgia Line, Aaron Lewis, Rascal Flatts, X Ambassadors with platinum recording artist Post Malone, and Phillip Phillips.

Three-time 2018 American Music Award-nominated breakthrough star Kane Brown shows no sign of slowing down. Since the release of his self-titled album in December 2016, he has earned gigantic hits, platinum and multi-platinum RIAA certifications, more than one-billion career audio and video streams, award wins and sold-out concerts. As Brown prepares for the launch of his follow-up album Experiment on November 9 and his first ever arena headlining tour, the Kane Brown: Live Forever Tour, on January 10, fans and critics are focused on his unique musical party. He’s been singled out by the New York Times as “one of Nashville’s most promising young stars and also one of its most flexible” and by Billboard , which asserted that the North Georgia native, “distinguished himself with an unorthodox path and unvarnished lyrics,” also adding that Brown’s irresistible state-of-the-art sound has the power to “ultimately bring folks together.”

After topping the Billboard Top Country Albums chart with his platinum-certified “Kane Brown,” he did it again in 2017 thanks to the Deluxe Edition reissue of the album, which also sent the set into top five on the all-genre Billboard 200. That same week (October 28, 2017), the 24-year-old singer/songwriter made history by becoming the first artist to top all five of Billboard’s main country charts with his number one Top Country Album; a number one debut on Country Digital Song Sales with the double-platinum “Heaven;” and number ones on Country Airplay, Hot Country Songs and Country Streaming Songs charts with the triple-platinum “What Ifs” featuring Lauren Alaina. In addition to making Billboard history, the outstanding accomplishment also garnered a Guinness World Record. And the records and accolades keep adding up. Kane Brown has held number one on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart for ten weeks in 2018 and for a total of 12 weeks since its release. Brown’s multi-week number one song “Heaven” became one of only two singles in the past decade to remain top five for 14 weeks or more on the Billboard Country Airplay chart. Additionally, his triple-platinum number one hit “What Ifs” recently became the third most-streamed country song of all time.

Brown’s highly-anticipated next album Experiment (RCA Nashville/Zone 4) is produced by multiple-award winner Dann Huff. The new recording features several tracks co-written by Brown including his current single, “Lose It,” which was singled out by the New York Times as “urgent and saucy…broad-spectrum ecstasy” and continues to gain momentum as a top 20-and-climbing hit on Billboard and Mediabase country airplay charts and Nielsen’s Country Core On-Demand Audio and Video Streaming charts.

Tickets for the November 7 show will be available for purchase by the general public beginning at noon on Friday, September 28 via ticketmaster.com and by calling Ticketmaster at 866-858-0008. Tickets will also be available in person at the Madison Square Garden, Radio City Music Hall and Beacon Theatre box offices beginning Saturday, September 29.

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