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Jelly Roll bringing 'Beautifully Broken Tour' to KeyBank Center


Thu, Feb 22nd 2024 10:35 am

Sunday, Oct. 6, with Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay

√ Artist presale tickets available starting Feb. 27; general on-sale begins March 1 at JellyRoll615.com

Live Nation Press Release

Multi-genre hit-making entertainer Jelly Roll today revealed details of his “Beautifully Broken Tour” 2024 run. Produced by Live Nation, the arena tour marks the Nashville native’s biggest headlining tour to date, and includes a stop at KeyBank Center in Buffalo on Sunday, Oct. 6. Tour openers include Warren Zeiders and Alexandra Kay. 

Tickets will be available starting with various presales beginning Monday, Feb. 26. Additional presales will run throughout the week ahead of the general on-sale beginning at 10 a.m. Friday, March 1, at jellyroll615.com.

Citi is the official card of the “Beautifully Broken Tour.” Citi cardmembers will have access to presale tickets from 10 a.m. Monday, Feb. 26, until 10 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 29, through the Citi entertainment program. For complete presale details, visit www.citientertainment.com.

Fans can also purchase VIP packages, which may include premium seats, backstage tour and group photo, VIP lounge, limited-edition tour poster and merchandise. For additional information, visit vipnation.com.

Award-winning, Grammy-nominated Nashville native singer/songwriter Jelly Roll (Jason DeFord) debuted top 3 on the Billboard 200 All Genre Chart and No. 2 on the Top Country Album charts with his debut country album, “Whitsitt Chapel” (June 2, 2023), earning the biggest country debut album in Billboard Consumption Chart history.

Following his sweep at the 2023 CMT Music Awards, where he earned three awards to become the most awarded artist of the night, the Billboard “Country Power List” cover star and “country’s ‘most authentic’ new artist” (The New Yorker) received Billboard’s 2023 Breakthrough Award and the People’s Choice Award for Male Country Artist of the Year.

Nominated for Best New Artist and Best Duo/Group Performance for “Save Me (with Lainey Wilson)” at the 2024 Grammy Awards, along with eight genre-spanning nominations at the 2024 iHeartRadio Radios, Jelly Roll is one of three artists (alongside Morgan Wallen and Luke Combs) to have scored three Country Airplay No. 1s in 2023 and the first to do it with his first three singles. “One of Nashville’s fastest rising stars” (The New York Times), Jelly was a four-times winner at the 2023 People’s Choice Country Awards and was the most nominated male at the 2023 CMA Awards, with five total nominations – capturing his first CMA Award for New Artist of the Year. His No. 1 hit single “Save Me” – a confessional, vulnerable expression of self-doubt – set the stage for his new season of life and took him to new heights including a Platinum certification from the RIAA on the heels of his 28-week reign at No. 1 on Billboard’s Emerging Artists chart. “Save Me” became his third consecutive No. 1 single in 2023 following his multi-week hits on country and rock radio: “Need A Favor” and “Son of A Sinner.” His current single, “Halfway To Hell,” is currently at country radio now.

Not just an artist but a humanitarian, Jelly Roll continues to resonate with fans on a global scale while racking up numerous milestones – from playing his sold-out hometown show for 18,000 fans at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to donating a recording studio at the juvenile detention center he served in as a teen, to the release of his record-breaking documentary by ABC News, “Save Me” – the most watched music documentary on the platform – to his visits with rehab centers and those incarcerated across the U.S.

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More About Warren Zeiders

Zeiders was just 22 years old when he signed his first recording contract with Warner Records’ Los Angeles office. At that point, fresh out of school, the second song he’d ever written, called “Ride The Lightning,” had seemingly exploded overnight into the social consciousness of young country music fans. After a series of live covers, the track caught fire and ignited a community of true believers before he’d ever toured or played outside his hometown of Hershey, Pennsylvania. 

Zeiders’ distinctive, high-energy country music is powered by a steady supply of youthful grit, honesty, muscle – and then there’s that voice. A world-weary, lived-in, honeyed growl that belie his young years.

Hailing from central Pennsylvania – now relocated to Nashville – the 24-year-old singer/songwriter delivers outlaw sermons in his unmistakable authenticity. His music is suited more to the vast wilderness of his home state than the bright lights of the big city, injecting a healthy dose of Heartland ethos into his stories of real life and the pitfalls of temptation. He walks a fine line, but it’s that space he lives in – between lonesome outsider and magnetic performer – that helps him relate to listeners from all walks of life through songs fueled by unshakeable soul-searching.

After the now-Platinum “Ride The Lightning” became an instant hit with fans, Zeiders released a string of rockin’ but heartfelt tracks on his own 717 Tapes platform and the raucous “One Hell of an Angel” that led People Magazine to surmise “Warren Zeiders is a wild horse who sings about the truth.” That momentum continues with his debut album, “Pretty Little Poison.” Delivered on the heels of his 717 Tapes releases and compilation album – a collection of stripped-back singles and EP songs that introduced his powerhouse voice and sharp songwriting – “Pretty Little Poison” repositions him as Nashville's newest headliner at just 24 years of age. The album’s Gold certified title track has taken Zeiders to new heights, reaching the Top 25 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart and Top 5 at country radio. To date, Zeiders has amassed over 1.8 billion global audio streams, is consistently selling out venues across the country, and is working on new music for his ever-growing legion of fans.

More About Alexandra Kay

Kay kindles a profound connection with listeners through her heartfelt melodies, evocative storytelling, and beautifully captivating voice. Born and raised in Waterloo, Illinois, Kay found her voice as a teen, using songwriting as a vessel for self-expression and self-discovery.

After two failed major record deals, and a starring role in a Netflix original series, Kay took it upon herself to build the music career she envisioned. Since then, she's been cementing her status as an independent force in the industry by sharing her music and life online, amassing over 6 million followers on social media, which has led to over 170 million streams between Apple and Spotify alone. AK (as her fans call her) has graced the stage and collaborated with industry titans Tim McGraw, Tracy Lawrence, Jo Dee Messina, Jelly Roll, Randy Travis and Gary LeVox.

In October of 2023, Kay dropped her debut album, “All Ive Ever Known.” The independently released project spent multiple weeks in the No. 1 spot on the iTunes country charts, debuted at No. 1 on iTunes All Genre, and in the top 10 on multiple Billboard charts. The heart-wrenching ballad “Everleave” has gained tens of millions of views on social media and is currently in rotation on Sirius XM “The Highway.”

With what has been described as a “Taylor Swift-esque” fan base, AK sold over 50,000 tickets to her headline shows in 2023 alone. 2024 is gearing up to be her biggest year yet with multiple main stage performances at the largest festivals in country music, multiple headline runs, and the inception of her sophomore album.

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