As we know, Keith Urban has a nice spring adventure in American idol, as a judge. After a spring spent there, he will be getting back in action to make us happy this summer with a tour that is named the Raise Em Up Tour.
The tour will star in July 12. This will happen at the Calgary Stampede in Calgary, in Alberta and the tour will continue until Sept. 13 in Puyallup, Washington.
Urban’s Raise Em Up Tour will include the participation of Brett Eldredge and Jerrod Niemann. The fact that they will join makes the tour even more spectacular. This amazing new tour will also have an all-new stage set production and there will be music that is not shown on Urban’s previous Light the Fuse Tour, which finished in February this year. The previous tour had a large success, but the new one is expected to be even more successful.
Keith Urban said for the press that The Raise Em Up Tour is going to be a complete build from the sky down. There will be a completely new staging, different from the one from the previous tour; there will also be different new production, many new and different songs from FUSE that the fans love and have been requesting will be performed. There will also be a new mix of previous popular songs, and some exclusive songs from previous albums that Urban have not played often or may be have not shown ever. You can expect many pleasant surprises. As we mentioned Keith Urban will be sharing the stage with Brett Eldridge and Jerrod Niemann, and they both will show their new albums. This tour is expected as one of the best events for this year.
Urban’s website has all the information needed about the tour. It has the dates, the places and anything else that his fans would like to know. According the posts in the website, Urban will be singing in Australia in June, when the Idol finale will be over, which is supposed to happen in May. After that the singer and his friend will perform twice in Canada, in July 12-13, before going to the U.S. for a performance in July 18 at Jamboree in the Hills in St. Clairsville, in Ohio. There are additional cities this time for The Raise Em Up Tour. More people will be able to go to see Keith Urban. This tour of Keith Urban will be bigger and better than the previous one. These cities include Boston, Hartford, Charlotte, St. Louis, Denver, Sacramento and Irvine. The total of the days of the tour is 24. The three performers will do their best to surprise and to make all their fans happy.