Morgan Wallen: Dangerous Tour 2022


Jada Moore, Editor

 After fans demanded that he get back on the road, Morgan Wallen has just announced his 2022 Dangerous Tour, and the fans couldn’t be happier. 

After the n-word incident, Morgan Wallen took some time off and worked on himself. He got sober, spent some time with his son, and worked with some African American organizations and groups. Since then, Morgan has gotten back in the game and joined some of his buddies’ shows while they were on the road. In fact, he made an appearance at one of Riley Green’s shows in his home state, Tennessee. While talking about Morgan’s surprise appearance at the Whiskey Jam in Nashville, Country Now wrote, “The singer/songwriters shared the stage for an acoustic duet of Green’s hit single, “I Wish Grandpas Never Died.” Seated on stools, the pair strummed their guitars as Green took lead on the verses.”

After getting back on the stage, Morgan decided that it was time to get back on the road. On November 15, 2021, he announced the Dangerous Tour that everyone had been looking forward to. The tour will start on February 3rd, 2022 and will go till September 24th 2022 unless plans change. An article written by Country now states, “The tour will make stops throughout the U.S. through summer 2022 and will include venues such as Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Madison Square Garden in New York City, and Staples Center in Los Angeles.”  

With this being Wallen’s first official headlining tour since the Whiskey Glass Roadshow, this tour is expected to be huge. In fact, the demand for more shows has gotten so crazy that Morgan announced that he will be adding two more Tennessee shows, along with some other dates that have not yet been announced. Overwhelmed with the love and support, Morgan states in an Instagram video, “y’all blew my mind yesterday… You know I heard you loud and clear yesterday, so we added a second Madison Square Garden show in New York City, and we’re adding a third show in Nashville Tennessee.” He then goes on to thank his fans by saying, “You know I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, I would not trade my fan base for anything, you guys have been so good to me.” 

With that being said, this is going to be one of the biggest tours in 2022!