Chris Stapleton announces second show dates for February and March

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Chris Stapleton announces second show dates for February and March

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Words by staff writer

Due to outrageous demand for tickets, country star Chris Stapleton has dropped four new show dates for his All American Road Show

Without having even reached the general sale, Live Nation announce double the shows for Chris Stapleton’s recently announced 2025 All American Road Show Australia and New Zealand tour.

With the outrageous volume of ticket purchases in the Live Nation, Vodaphone and Mastercard presales, the touring giant and country music monster has added a second date to each city.

New Chris Stapleton Tour Dates

  • Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – Tue 25, February
  • Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne – Wed 26, February – New Show
  • Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – Fri 28, February
  • Entertainment Centre, Brisbane – Sat 1, March – New Show
  • Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – Tue 4, March
  • Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney – Wed, March 5 – New Show
  • Spark Arena, Auckland – Fri, 7 March
  • Spark Arena, Auckland – Sat, 8 March – New Show

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His Australian tour will play Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on 25 and 26 February, Brisbane Entertainment Centre on 28 February 28 and 1 March followed by Sydney dates at Qudos Bank Arena on 4 and 5 March.

Stapleton will then stop over in New Zealand, playing Auckland’s Spark Arena on 7 March and 8 March.

One of the United States’ most respected and beloved musicians, Stapleton has had a huge start to the year. Stapleton recently won two awards at the 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song (both for his #1 song, ‘White Horse’). The awards kept rolling in as he was also named Entertainer of the Year at last year’s 58th ACM Awards, resulting in a prestigious ACM Triple Crown Award, and was named Male Vocalist of the Year for the seventh time at the 57th CMA Awards this past fall, breaking his own record for most wins ever in the category. Additionally, he performed the National Anthem at 2023’s Super Bowl LVII.

On this tour, Stapleton not only brings with him his latest offering, acclaimed fifth studio album Higher, but also another music legend, Grammy nominated blues rocker, Marcus King.

General public tickets for all shows will go on sale on Friday, April 12 at 11am (local time). For more information head to or