Country star Dierks Bentley is about to embark on the final leg of his Somewhere on a Beach 2016 tour dates with Randy Houser and Drake White. Then, he's announced he'll be touring through Canada in 2017 with fellow country singer-songwriters Cole Swindell and Jon Pardi as the opening acts.
The newly announced shows are scheduled to begin on January 21 in Tennessee and wrap up on February 9 in Vancouver. Additional dates are expected to be announced soon. The concerts are being billed as the What the Hell World Tour in conjunction with his newish song "What the Hell Did I Say" from his 2016 album Black.
Cole Swindell, Dierks Bentley, Jon Pardi Tour Dates and Tickets
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When do Dierks Bentley 2017 What the Hell Tour tickets go on sale and what is the presale code?
Tickets for his previously announced 2016 concerts are currently on-sale.
For the newly announced concerts, Dierks Bentley fan club, VIP package, and American Express cardmember presales begin on October 4. Live Nation, LN Mobile App, Ticketmaster, Facebook, and local radio / venue presales begin on October 6. The general public on-sale begins as early as October 7, 2016.
The Jon Pardi presale offer code is PARDIANIMAL, the Live Nation code is DANCE, and the LN Mobile app presale password is COVERT. For the AmEx cardmember presale, you can try using promo code INGOLD, but you'll need an AmEx card to complete your purchase.
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Keep in mind, each date is different and details are subject to change. Click the links above for the show you're interested in.
For more Dierks Bentley, check out his Zumic artist page. Also, he shared this funny video with unnecessary censorship: