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Multi-platinum country singer Dierks Bentley coming to Kelowna

Multi-platinum country singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley is making a stop in Kelowna on his 2022 Beers On Me tour.
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Country music star Dierks Bentley has put Kelowna on his tour list for 2022.

Multi-platinum singer and songwriter announced details about his 2022 Beers On Me tour today, Oct. 28.  After wrapping the first leg of the tour this past weekend, Bentley is continuing his momentum with a 21-city run launching Jan. 6 in London, Ontario, according to a Prospera Place media release. The tour will include openers Jordan Davis along with Tenille Arts and Lainey Wilson.

Produced by Live Nation, tickets for the Jan. 28, 2022 concert in Kelowna go on sale to the public beginning Friday, Nov. 5 at here.

"People think we are crazy to go to Canada and the Northwest in January, but we’ve learned from previous tours that it’s a great time to bring a party up there,” Bentley said, in the release. “For me personally, I don’t mind that there is plenty of ice, snow, and mountains for some adventure between shows.”

Bentley also launched a new music video that shares the same name as his tour today.

Dierks Bentley continues to be a dominant voice for the country genre with more than 6.4 billion streams and 20 number one hits, while his new single “Beers On Me” races up the radio charts, according to the press release.

Bentley co-wrote 10 of 13 tracks on his latest full-length release The Mountain, which earned him the highest debut sales of his career and became his seventh chart-topping release, according to Prospera Place.

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