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Keith Urban Revs up for “The Speed of Now World Tour” Which Will Hit St. Louis August 19

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

WHO: Keith Urban

WHEN: Friday, August 19, 2022 @ 7:00 pm

WHERE: Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre St. Louis



Country superstar and hailed guitarist Keith Urban has set his eyes on this summer to return to the road with a four-month long North American leg of his huge “The Speed of Now World Tour”. The tour will make a stop in St. Louis at the Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre August 19 with Ingrid Andress opening.

The tour, which was initially planned for 2020 but had to be put on hold due to (what else) Covid-19, is now about to begin and will be his biggest tour in nearly four years and will play to fans in six countries, including in the U.S., U.K., Germany, Netherlands, Australia and Canada, on three continents.

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

“Every night is the first time we’ve played these songs for that audience, in that moment,” says Urban.  “It’s why every show is different – spontaneous and unpredictable – even for us!”  He adds, “After two years we’re finally gonna get the chance to play some of the new songs we haven’t done live before.  We’ll throw in a bunch of the songs that everyone comes to hear, a couple of which we’ll rework a bit, and it’s really gonna be tough to get us off the stage.”

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

“I’ve always considered myself a live performer first,” says Urban. “It’s what I’ve always done and it’s what my music needs to live and breathe.  Our shows are all about living in the moment.  They’re a totally interactive and immersive experience where everyone can participate in whatever way they want – sing, dance, do whatever.”

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

Critics from around the globe have hailed Urban’s concerts as ones “not to be missed,” as unpredictable as they are explosive.  Combine his infectious showmanship, virtuoso guitar playing, effortless spontaneity with a fist-pumping, arena-ready arsenal of hits and THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR  promises to be one of the concert event of the Summer.

Keith Urban has spent the better part of his life harnessing a passion for music.  This helps to understand why he is one of the most successful and well-respected artists in the world.  He’s won four GRAMMY© Awards, thirteen CMAs, fifteen ACMs, three AMAs, two People’s Choice Awards and celebrated nine consecutive gold, platinum or multi-platinum albums.

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

But what lies at the heart of every great show are the songs. “Blue Ain’t Your Color”, “The Fighter”, “Somewhere In My Car”, “Wasted Time”, “Somebody Like You”, “Long Hot Summer”, his latest single “Wild Hearts”, and his global smash “One Too Many” with P!NK, will anchor a night of music from one of the touring world’s best.

Last year Urban was featured on two songs from Taylor Swift’s album Fearless (Taylor’s Version) including “That’s When” and “We Were Happy,” a part of the performance of the John Lennon’s “Imagine,” for the opening ceremonies of the Olympics, as well as his return as host for the 56th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards with Mickey Guyton.

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.

The tour includes Urban’s first concerts in Ft. Worth and Savannah, his first appearances at venues in Los Angeles and Jacksonville, as well as shows in Knoxville, Charleston and Madison where he hasn’t played in nearly a decade.

The tour will kick off in Las Vegas for 5 nights in late March before heading over to Europe for a month, then it is back to Las Vegas to begin the North American leg on May 27. Urban will then finish off the year with a month-long tour of his home country of Australia in December.

Keith Urban performing in Saint Louis. Photo by Sean Derrick/Thyrd Eye Photography.


The Speed of Now World Tour (North American Leg):

May 27-29 Las Vegas at Caesars Palace Colosseum

June 17                Tampa                   MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre

June 18                West Palm Beach     iTHINK Financial Amphitheatre

July 8                   Toronto                  Budweiser Stage

July 9                   Toronto                  Budweiser Stage

July 10                 Canandaigua           CMAC

July 15                 Cleveland               Blossom Music Center

July 16                 Cincinnati               Riverbend Music Center

July 22                 Mansfield               Xfinity Center

July 23                 Bangor                   Maine Savings Amphitheater

July 24                 Gilford                  Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

July 29                 Holmdel                PNC Bank Arts Center

July 30                 Bristow                 Jiffy Lube Live

July 31                 Camden               BB&T Pavilion

August 4               Jacksonville           Daily’s Place

August 5               Jacksonville            Daily’s Place

August 6               Orange Beach         The Wharf Amphitheater

August 12             Charlotte                PNC Music Pavilion

August 13             Raleigh                  Coastal Credit Union Music Park

August 14             Virginia Beach        Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

August 18             Rogers                   Walmart AMP

August 19             St. Louis                Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre

August 20             Des Moines             Iowa State Fair

August 26             Detroit                   DTE Energy Music Theatre

August 27             Indianapolis            Ruoff Music Center

August 28             Milwaukee              American Family Insurance Amphitheater

September 1          Lake Tahoe             Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys

September 3          Mountain View       Shoreline Amphitheatre

September 8          Phoenix                  Footprint Center

September 9          San Diego               North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre

September 10        Los Angeles            The Forum

September 15        Salt Lake City        USANA Amphitheatre

September 16        Denver                   Ball Arena

September 17        Wichita                  INTRUST Bank Arena

September 22        Grand Rapids         Van Andel Arena

September 23        Columbus              Nationwide Arena

September 24        Chicago                 Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

September 29        Kansas City            T-Mobile Center

September 30        Oklahoma City        Paycom Center

October 1              Ft. Worth               Dickies Arena

October 6              Lexington               Rupp Arena

October 7              Nashville                Bridgestone Arena

October 8              Atlanta                   State Farm Arena

October 13            Savannah               Enmarket Arena

October 14            Knoxville                Thompson Boling Arena

October 15            Charleston              Charleston Coliseum

October 21            Uncasville              Mohegan Sun Arena

October 22            Long Island             UBS Arena at Belmont Park

November 3           Madison                 Alliant Energy Center

November 4           Peoria                    Peoria Civic Center

November 5           St. Paul                  Xcel Center



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