Country mega star Morgan Wallen — also a longtime follower of TFM — is taking to the road for the first time since a firestorm of controversy erupted at the beginning of this year when a video was released of him saying the N-word.
The 45-plus show “Dangerous Tour” will begin on Feb. 3, 2022 at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana before moving to major venues across the country, including Madison Square Garden, the Staples Center, and and Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, among other stops.
Wallen first returned to the stage back in September for a concert benefitting Waverly flood relief, and played a pop-up show at Kid Rock’s Nashville bar as well.
He made the announcement of the tour on his Twitter.
His public apology was made almost immediate after the incident, saying “Who knows if I’ll be able to live down all the mistakes I’ve made, but I’m certainly going to try. I’m going to spend some time taking back control of … living healthy and being proud of my actions,” he wrote at the time.
“Lastly, I have one favor to ask,” he said. “I appreciate those who still see something in me and have defended me. But for today, please don’t. I was wrong. It’s on me to take ownership of this and I fully accept any penalties I’m facing. The timing of my return is solely upon me and the work I put in. I still have a lot of really good people in my corner trying to help me and I appreciate you more than you know. This entire situation is ugly right now, but I’ll keep searching for ways to become the example instead of being made one.”