Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Keith Urban Graffiti U Tour



Seven countries on three continents, sold-out amphitheaters, stadiums, arenas and now this summer sees the debut of Keith Urban’s “GRAFFITI U World Tour,’ an all-new show at fairs and on festival grounds.  The tour, which debuted this past weekend in New York, features new music, including the reigning CMA and ACM Entertainer of the Year’s latest single “We Were,” and a brand-new production and lighting design to ensure a whole new set of surprises that have become part of Urban’s unpredictable and electrifying concerts.  For tickets go to


The new show is part of Urban’s desire to provide his fans with a unique concert experience.  Said Urban, “I’m always looking for something a bit different when I go to see a show, especially when I see someone more than once - the set list, production, lighting, even just the vibe. So I decided to change it up for the Summer - have some fun and do something a bit different.”


After ninety-three shows in eighty-four cities Urban’s “GRAFFITI U World Tour,” which has received critical praise the world over, will roll on with thirteen additional shows:



June 22nd               Chicago, Illinois               Lakeshake Festival

July 4th                  Provo, Utah                      America’s Freedom Festival at Provo

July 19th                Brooklyn, Michigan          International Speedway

July 20th                Eau Claire, Wisconsin       Country Jam USA

July 26th                Cheyenne, Wyoming         Cheyenne Frontier Days

August 1st              Detroit Lakes, Minnesota  WE Fest

August 2nd              Sioux Falls, South Dakota Sioux Empire Fair

August 3rd              Sturgis, South Dakota      Buffalo Chip Campground

August 16th            Endicott, New York           Dick’s Sporting Goods Open

August 31st            Puyallup, Washington       Washington State Fair

September 15th       Louisville, Kentucky         Hometown Rising

September 21st       Franklin, Tennessee         Pilgrimage Festival

October 18th           Durant, Oklahoma           Choctaw Grand Theater