Broken Bow Records’ Dustin Lynch is proving to have one hell of a year, and the packed crowd at the recent celebration for his second consecutive #1 single “Hell Of A Night” reinforced his breakout success. Friends, family and members of the music industry gathered to toast Lynch at Nashville’s local bar SOUTH, where the rising new artist played his first-ever full band show, bringing the milestone moment full circle.
Taking his full band show to a new level, Lynch is prepping for his first major headline HELL OF A NIGHT Tour, which just this week claims advance sellouts for four shows at House of Blues venues across California – San Diego (January 28th) and Anaheim (January 29-31st). Lynch’s first Anaheim tour stop SOLD OUT immediately after going on sale October 24th and turned into a 3-night run with all 3,300 tickets sold due to such high fan demand. Anaheim and San Diego continue the West coast hot ticket trend, following the rapid sellout of the November 20th show at the Fillmore Auditorium in Denver, CO.
“This is crazy! I’ve always said that California is one of our favorite places to play and this just shows why,” exclaimed Dustin Lynch. “Thank you SoCal fans. We can’t wait to bring the party!”
Rocketing into full gear, Lynch’s HELL OF A NIGHT Tour will cover 35+ cities nationwide, including major stops in New York City, Boston, Houston and New Orleans and features special guest Big Loud Records’ Chris Lane and newcomer Tyler Rich.