Chris Stapleton, Allen Stone & The War and Treaty at Alerus Center

Chris Stapleton Tickets

Alerus Center | Grand Forks, North Dakota

Chris Stapleton

Country-rock outlaw Chris Stapleton, together with guest artists Allen Stone & The War and Treaty, is riding towards North Dakota for a Southern-style hoedown at the Alerus Center on Thursday, 4th of April! Buckle up for a night that highlights our 10x GRAMMY Award winner’s new Higher LP. This US Top Country album features an assortment of both intimate and adventurous acoustic harmonies, forefronted by smash hits “White Horse” and “Think I’m In Love With You.” A regular in the weekly Billboard 200 charts, Stapleton will also open up a breathtaking horizon of soul and bluegrass-inspired country tunes through his beloved discography, which includes classic platinum singles like “Nobody to Blame,” “Starting Over,” “Millionaire,” and “You Should Probably Leave.” This forthcoming event is part of Chris Stapleton’s sprawling 2024 “All-American Road Show,” which is slated to hit more than three dozen cities in its summer-long trek across Europe and North America. Tickets are selling fast - hurry and get yours today!

In partnership with Live Nation, ten-time GRAMMY Award winner Chris Stapleton presents the “All-American Road Show” — an international series of concerts that will also support his latest album, Higher. Our beloved country crooner has officially extended his trip across Europe, Canada, and the United States, now totaling more than three dozen city stops. An all-star lineup of artists will open for him each night, with Allen Stone & The War and Treaty joining Stapleton’s April 4th performance at the Alerus Center of Grand Forks, North Dakota!

The “All-American Road Show” concert will put special emphasis on our headliner’s critically acclaimed fifth studio album, Higher, which features the smash hit “Think I’m In Love With You” and the 66th GRAMMY Awards’ Best Country Song, “White Horse.” In 14 of Chris Stapleton’s most adventurous tracks yet, this album will captivate you with an intimate mastery over Southern soul, bluegrass, and classical rock that earned it top spots in the Billboard 200 and Country Albums charts. Beyond his latest release, the songsmith will also play select classics like “Nobody to Blame,” “Broken Halos,” and “You Should Probably Leave,” beginning with his 6x Platinum debut album Traveller up to 2020’s Starting Over.

Apart from his sustained success in the sought-after GRAMMYs, Chris Stapleton also enjoys widespread recognition in the Academy of Country Music Awards (11 wins), Country Music Association Awards (15 wins), and Billboard Music Awards (5 wins). But despite this level of prestige, our guitar-toting cowboy seeks only to hone his craft and share the bounties of his efforts straight to your playlists.

What Am I Gonna Do
South Dakota
It Takes A Woman
The Fire
Think I’m In Love With You
Loving You On My Mind
White Horse
The Bottom
The Day I Die
Weight Of Your World
Mountains Of My Mind

“Lyrically, Stapleton leans into love for most of the fourteen tracks. As a whole, the LP offers a surprisingly sunny and hopeful perspective from the reflective singer/songwriter,” wrote Lorie Liebig in her review for American Songwriter.

“He infuses more blues and alt-rock influences than ever and offers a more sharply focused sound that captures the magic of live instrumentation.”

Allen Stone, the one-and-only "Hippie with Soul," will serve as our riveting first guest, eager to capture your attention with his harmonic voice and the retro-soul melodies of hits such as “Brown Eyed Lover” and “Consider Me.” An equally exciting follow-up act is the dynamic Southern soul duo of The War and Treaty, whose multi-awarded music will make you swoon like a hopeless romantic in songs like “That’s How Love is Made” and “Angel.”

Our host, the 21k-capacity Alerus Center, exhibits a magnificent stage for the upcoming show, with promises of a transcendental live music experience through state-of-the-art acoustic and lighting systems. Clean. Comfortable. World-class. This indoor venue’s offers are hard to match, so don’t dare miss Chris Stapleton’s jaw-dropping concert act here this Thursday, April 4th, 2024. Buy your tickets now!

Chris Stapleton at Alerus Center

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