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Brett Eldredge To Tour The UK And Ireland In 2016

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Tickets on sale Friday for Warner Music Nashville star’s four dates overseas in February; makes special appearance on ‘CMA Country Christmas’ this Thursday

Brett Eldredge loves to travel to new and interesting places, so he announced Tuesday he’s decided to take a trip to the United Kingdom. Tickets for the Atlantic Records/Warner Music Nashville recording artist’s February dates in Dublin, London, Glasgow and Manchester go on sale to the general public Friday.

“Getting the chance to perform for my fans overseas has been a dream of mine. I can’t wait to meet you guys,” says Eldredge. “It’s going to be a party like no other!”

The news comes during a busy week for the singer-songwriter, producer and performer. He’s starting the final leg of CMT’s Suits & Boots Tour with Thomas Rhett on Thursday in Youngstown, Ohio, a headlining run that ends Dec. 11 in Chicago. Also on Thursday night, Eldredge and Rhett will appear on “CMA Country Christmas” in a heartwarming surprise performance filmed at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital for a special child. The two-hour show airs at 8 p.m. CT on ABC.

Eldredge also is celebrating the news that “Lose Your Mind,” his fourth straight chart-topping single and the first from his No. 1 country albumIllinois, has been certified Gold by the RIAA. That news comes as Illinois’ second single, “Drunk on Your Love,” reaches No. 37 on the BillboardCountry Airplay chart in its third week and enters the Hot Country Songs chart at No. 41.

The Illinois-born singer-songwriter will take his growing playlist of hits overseas when he visits Dublin on Feb. 13, London on Feb. 14, Glasgow onFeb. 16 and Manchester on Feb. 17. To buy tickets or learn more about Eldredge, visit www.BrettEldredge.com and follow @bretteldredge on Twitter.

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