Mat Kearney is excited to announce his Fall US headlining tour in support of his new album Young Love due out August 2nd on Universal Republic/Aware Records. That same night, catch him perform his hit single “Hey Mama” live on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and see Mat live and in concert when he kicks off  his tour on September 14th in Jacksonville, FL.  Mat will be bringing his catchy dance-inducing tunes to fans across the US.

Currently wrapping up a US tour with Owl City, Mat has been receiving some incredibly favorable reviews on the new tunes including one from USA Today who calls “Hey Mama” a “buoyant, handclap-driven track.”  The single is also gaining many-a-fan at radio, currently Top 30 at Hot AC and Top 10 at AAA and continuing to climb each week!

Be sure to check out Mat Kearney’s new album Young Love on August 2nd, see him perform his hit single “Hey Mama” live on The Tonight Show that same night, and then catch him this fall on his US headlining tour.  Confirmed dates below.

September      14th Murray Hill                 Jacksonville, FL

16th Music Farm                 Charleston, SC

17th Georgia Theater         Athens, GA

18th Cat’s Cradle                Carrboro, NC

20th Jefferson Theater        Charlottesville, VA

23rd Headliners                   Louisville, KY

24th Bogart’s                       Cincinnati, OH

25th House of Blues            Cleveland, OH

27th Corson Auditorium      Interlochen, MI

29th Canopy Club                Champaign, IL

30th Turner Hall                  Milwaukee, WI

October           1st People’s                       Des Moines, IA

2nd Sokol Auditorium        Omaha, NE

4th Bluebird                      Bloomington, IN

5th The Pageant                St. Louis, MO

7th Lyric Oxford                Oxford, MS

8th Callaway Gardens       Pine Mountain, GA

20th Cannery                       Nashville, TN

23rd 9:30 Club                     Washington, DC

24th Ram’s Head                 Baltimore, MD

25th Chameleon                  Lancaster, PA

27th Crocodile Rock            Allentown, PA

28th Webster Hall               New York, NY

29th TLA                              Philadelphia, PA

30th Northern Lights           Albany, NY

November       1st Pearl Street                 Northampton, MA

2nd Toad’s Place                New Haven, CT

4th House of Blues            Boston, MA

5th The State                     Portland, ME

6th Higher Ground            Burlington, VT

8th Petite                           Montreal, QC

9th Opera House               Toronto, ON

11th Town Ballroom           Buffalo, NY

12th Rex Theater                Pittsburgh, PA

13th St. Andrews                 Detroit, MI

15th Newport Music Hall    Columbus, OH

17th House of Blues            Chicago, IL

18th House of Blues           Chicago, IL

19th The Majestic               Madison, WI
20th First Avenue                Minneapolis, MN


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