Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion | Gilford, New Hampshire
Heads, Carolina — Tails New Hampshire! And it sure will be all tails this June 1 because there's no stopping the country star Cole Swindell from bringing his "Win the Night Tour" to the Bank of NH Pavilion. You are in for a cool treat as the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter ignites the famous Gilford, New Hampshire, venue with hits that defined his career. Sing along to "Chillin' It," "Ain't Worth the Whiskey," "She Had Me at Heads Carolina," and "You Should be Here," among many others. The 40-year-old country singer will be joined by "My Girl" hitmaker Dylan Scott and the rising star Mackenzie Carpenter. Kick off your June with a bang! Get your tickets and be prepared for a night filled with incredible music, heartfelt lyrics, and the unmistakable country charm of Cole Swindell. Secure your spot and make June 1 a night to remember with Cole Swindell, Dylan Scott, and Mackenzie Carpenter. Click the "Get Tickets" link to reserve your tickets as early as today.
Cole Swindell skyrocketed in the country scene with his cool, high-spirited tunes that contributed to the formation of the bro-country sound. His success began when he wrote songs for country superstars Luke Bryan, Craig Campbell, and Chris Young. His sunny, melodic, and upbeat approach to country music helped shape bro-country. He began doing so when he debuted "Chillin' It" in 2013 to stratospheric achievement. Right after such a strong start, he put out heavy hitters. "You Should Be Here" was a country gem when it came out in 2016. This album was a big leap in his style and showcased his crooner side. "All Of It" then sees Swindell bringing back his notable themes of ordinary living. When this album came out in 2018, it refreshed his style among the minds of country listeners and critics. Four years after, "Stereotype" dominated the country airplay. With only four albums in his discography, there is so much more to expect from this country star.
Approaching 2024 with a twang, the bro-country hitmaker will be on his "Win the Night" tour. The tour will have 18 stops, which will commence in London, Ontario, on May 16 and will end in Bonner, Montana, on July 20.
"It is our goal every single night to give the fans the best show we can, so the last three words we say before stepping on stage is 'Win The Night.' This one is for my band, my crew, my team, and for the ones that continue to show up the fans," says Swindell in his promotional post for this tour.
Opening for all venues will be Dylan Scott. Scott also rose to prominence during the 2010s with Swindell. His bro-country style stood-out with his mixture of R&B, leading to a much more swaggy sound. He first caught attention with "My Girl" and "Hooked" from his debut album in 2016. Other hits in his discography include "Amen to You That," "New Truck," "Nothing To Do Town," and "Lay Down With You."
The "Win The Night" tour will reach the Bank of NH Pavilion on June 1. In this concert, Swindell and Scott will be joined by "Country Girls" singer Mackenzie Carpenter. Ticket sales have started. Get yours now!