Brantley Gilbert Brings Country Overseas

“I’m excited to meet all of the country fans in Europe.”

Brantley Gilbert will be proving that country is truly worldwide as he heads overseas to perform shows in the UK, March 15-17.

This will mark Brantley's first time in Europe and he'll be playing shows in Glasgow, Scotland, and Manchester, England, before wrapping up at London's O2 arena for the Country 2 Country Festival, which also features Tim McGraw, Carrie Underwood and other acts.

Fans can expect a full dose of Brantley's unique brand of rocking country with songs like "Country Must Be Country Wide" and "You Don't Know Her Like I Do," along with selections from his upcoming new album.

Following the UK shows, Brantley will continue his travels with his first-ever USO tour, performing concerts for U.S. troops and their families at various military bases. "I'm excited to meet all of the country fans in Europe," Brantley noted in a release about the tour. "We will have a blast. And performing for the troops, man, I couldn't be more excited about that."

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