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After an abrupt stop to their nationwide tour due to Covid-19, duo Dan + Shay are resuming performances with their tour resuming on September 9.


Fifth Concert Tour

The original tour dates for The (Arena) Tour were from March 6, 2020 to December 7, 2021. However, due to the pandemic the tour was paused and is now being resumed on September 9, 2021.

Dan + Shay have gone on four tours in the past including "Where It All Began Tour" (2014-2015), "Just the Right Kind of Crazy Tour" (2015), "The Obsessed Tour" (2016-2017), and "Dan + Shay Tour" (2019). The duo has also been a part of numerous artists' tours including Blake Shelton, Shawn Mendes, and Florida Georgia Line.

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Fans are over the moon that the pair are now returning to the stage to take on North America. Starting September 9, the two will be performing at the Bon Secours Wellness Center in Greenville, South Carolina and wrapping things up December 7 at the TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Excited to see Dan + Shay this year? Make sure to go to https://www.danandshay.com/tour and get your tickets today.

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