Bank of NH Pavilion | Gilford, New Hampshire
There's no need to spend your Friday night out in a barroom, for you can spend it having a great time with the Grammy award-winner country superstar Chris Stapleton in an evening of pure, raw, and unadulterated country music. Join hundreds of Chris Stapleton fans on his second night in the Bank of NH Pavilion this Friday, August 5, 2022. Be impressed with his vocals, solid guitar riffs, and impressive solos in this show that's part of his All American Roadshow Tour. Joining him is the Grammy-nominated country star, Elle King. The newcomer singer-songwriter Madeline Edwards will also hop in as a guest for the show. Grab your tickets here and be amazed by the King of Country's All American Roadshow!
Being known to bring other massive guest performances, Chris Stapleton's "All-American Roadshow" will finally see its conclusion this 2022. But as the long-time running tour reaches its end, a few dates are still being added. After all, country fans who can't get over Stapleton's greatness clamor for additional shows.
If you haven't had the opportunity to see any concert from his tour since its conception in May 2017, this is your chance to see this country music icon live. Stapleton is expected to highlight songs from "Starting Over," his latest album, which unsurprisingly won Best Country Album in the recently held 64th Grammy Awards. Aside from his more recent songs, fans can expect to sing along with his signature hits such as "Broken Halos," "Tenessee Whiskey," and "Nobody to Blame."
In his two-night stop at New Hampshire, Stapleton's show will be opened by the country newcomer Madeline Edwards. Edwards is notable for her performance with Mickey Guyton and Brittney Spencer during the 2021 CMA Awards when they performed Guyton's songs "Love My Hair" and "Remember Her Name" to honor the beauty of Black hair. She also released a new song titled "Port City," a determined coming-of-age ballad about moving from Texas to Nashville with her husband to chase her dreams.
In addition, the singer-songwriter Elle King will serve as a guest. King is most notable for her hits "Ex's & Oh's," "America's Sweetheart," "Drunk," and "Can't Be Loved," among several others. She is also known for her memorable performances in her live events. She bagged two Academy of Country Music Awards in 2016 and 2020 for the "Best Music Event" alongside other country music artists she collaborated with.
The Bank of NH Pavilion will indeed shine bright as these prominent female country music artists play alongside the King of Country Music. So better grab your tickets now and reserve the best seat in the house because this is something you wouldn't want to miss.