Morgan Wallen 2023 tour: How to get tickets to his Phoenix concert – The Arizona Republic

Morgan Wallen will bring his One Night at a Time World Tour to Chase Field in downtown Phoenix on Thursday, July 20, 2023, with special guest Hardy and additional support acts Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman.
The 39-date tour will launch in March with concerts in New Zealand and Australia before returning stateside on April 15 for a concert at Milwaukee’s American Family Field, hitting New Jersey’s MetLife Stadium, Chicago’s Wrigley Field and Boston’s Fenway Park before wrapping on Oct. 7 at Tacoma Dome in Washington. Ernest and Bailey Zimmerman will support across all dates, U.S. and internationally.
The tour includes 17 stadium dates.
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Tickets go on sale at 3 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9, at is no official presale in the U.S. for this tour. Fans are advised to only purchase through Verified Fan. For more information, visit
Fans can register for Verified Fan through 12:59 a.m. Monday, Dec. 5, at
After you’ve registered, you’ll receive a confirmation email with details on what to expect next.
As on his Dangerous Tour, $3 of every ticket sold for U.S. dates benefits the Morgan Wallen Foundation, which has supported organizations such as Greater Good Music by donating more than 500,000 meals to Children Are People, the Salvation Army and National Museum of African American Music.
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Wallen’s last appearance in the Valley was a KNIX Secret Show in late September. In April, Wallen headlined Country Thunder Arizona 2022, drawing the weekend’s largest crowd.
Wallen was supposed to headline the 2021 festival but canceled all his summer dates and Country Thunder Arizona after video surfaced of the singer directing the N-word and other profanities at a carload of friends outside his Nashville home.
Despite the controversy, Wallen’s latest album, “Dangerous: The Double Album,” topped the Billboard 200 album chart for 10 consecutive weeks while sending “7 Summers” to the top of Billboard’s Country Songs chart and earning more than 7 billion streams.
The triple-platinum album topped the Billboard album charts for 2021 and picked up Album of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards.
At the awards show, Wallen, who entered a rehab program and went several months without performing live, thanked “everyone who has shown me grace along the way.” 
Wallen named his One Night at a Time Tour after one of three new songs dropping at midnight on Friday, Dec. 2 on his One Thing At A Time – Sampler: “One Thing At A Time”; “Tennessee Fan,” paying homage to Wallen’s east Tennessee upbringing; and “Days That End In Why.”
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