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Frequently Asked Questions
What will Keith Urban play in concert?
Keith Urban has a productive career in music, with a new album release nearly every other year since his prolific career ‘restart’ in 1999. He has enough savviness to balance his material out in his sets, and enough skill to not have one single album overwhelm any others in quality and importance.
His latest album, 2013’s Fuse, does take precedence here with about nine songs performed on any given night with “Come Back to Me,” a setlist staple. Urban swaps out other tracks, including “Little Bit of Everything” and “Shame.”
Urban has only made minor adjustments to his recent setlists. “Better Thing” is sometimes played before “Good Thing” towards the end of the set. Other minor setlist changes include the addition of “We Were Us” before “Kiss a Girl” that happens on a few setlists.
In all, Urban performs about three cuts from all his major releases, excluding the most recent and his largely forgotten self-titled debut. Urban’s deepest catalog pick is from 2002’s Golden Road, where he performs “Somebody Like You” as well as “You Look Good in My Shirt.”
Love’s Poster Child
Somewhere In My Car
Only You Can Love Me This Way
Long Hot Summer
Even the Stars Fall 4 U
Kiss a Girl
Who Wouldn’t Wanna Be Me
Used to the Pain
Come Back to Me
Little Bit of Everything
Days Go By
Put You in a Song
You Look Good in My Shirt
Once in a Lifetime
You Gonna Fly
Making Memories of Us
Raining on Sunday
Somebody Like You
How long is a Keith Urban concert?
Keith Urban performs for about two hours every night out, which gives him plenty of time to skate around his extensive catalog of music.
Who is Keith Urban’s publicist and press contact?
The artist works with PFA Entertainment Media and Marketing, based in New York City. Visit their official website and follow the corresponding contact link to reach out to the artist’s media and management.
How do I get access to presale tickets to Keith Urban’s tour?
Keith Urban’s official website lists the entire tour and links to find presale tickets for each individual date. If you want updated information on presales as they come in, you can subscribe to the email listing. No fan club membership is required for presale access.
If you want to go directly through another entity, go to the American Express Entertainment platform. The resource is covering the majority of the tour, but an American Express card is required.
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“What he takes from country is an open, approachable demeanor. He took the stage with the house lights still on, grabbed a banjo and started playing – a mark of confidence, but not ego. His smile was omnipresent and authentic. He encouraged the 9,000 in attendance to sing along, and praised them for doing so. The only irony of the night was his first number: “Long Hot Summer,” which hopefully provided escape from a long, brutal Michigan winter.” – John Serba of Massachusetts Live
“Urban picked up a handheld spotlight, shining it on fans and studying their handmade signs and finally inviting one fan onstage. He took a selfie with her and then seated Tara from St. Paul in a recliner, front and center on the stage, and asked her to choose a song from a list of requests. She opted for “Where the Blacktop Ends,” and Urban remarked, “It’s such an acoustic song.” He then accommodated her with a solo acoustic version.” – Jon Bream of CMT Online
“He brought lots of guitars with him to the Columbia amphitheater and delighted the numerous gearheads in the crowd by changing axes from song to song throughout the 110-minute set. So while most of the audience was singing out every word to, say, the equally mindless and melodic single, “Kiss a Girl,” some portion was content to look longingly at the beat-up parts guitar Urban had strapped on for that number…. As he bent and quick-picked and just plain had his way with all six of its strings.” – David McKenna of the Washington Post
Keith Urban Light the Fuse Tour 2013
Tour Opening Acts: Little Big Town, Dustin Lynch, Karen Fairchild
Started April 7, 2013 in Las Vegas, Nevada | Ended December 8, 2013 in Louisville, Kentucky
Keith Urban World Tour 2012
Tour Opening Acts: Blake Shelton, Zac Brown Band, Jack Ingram
Started February 3, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee | Ended November 3, 2012 in Nashville, Tennessee
Keith Urban Get Closer Tour 2011
Tour Opening Acts: Jake Owen, Lady Antebellum
Started February 6, 2011 in Arlington, Texas | Ended November 9, 2011 in Nashville, Tennessee
Keith Urban Battle Studies Tour 2010
Tour Opening Acts: Kris Allen, John Mayer
Started January 29, 2010 in Los Angeles, California | Ended December 9, 2010 in Burbank, California
Keith Urban Escape Together 2009
Tour Opening Acts: Lady Antebellum, Little Big Town, Jason Aldean
Started February 8, 2009 in Los Angeles, California | Ended November 22, 2009 in Los Angeles, California
Keith Urban Poets and Pirates Tour 2008
Tour Opening Acts: Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, John Fogerty
Started January 31, 2008 in Uncasville, Connecticut | Ended December 27, 2008 in Nashville, Tennessee
Keith Urban Love, Pain & the Whole Crazy World Tour 2007
Tour Opening Acts: Gary Allan, Martina McBride
Started February 10, 2007 in New York, New York | Ended December 9, 2007 in Tampa, Florida
Keith Urban STILL ALIVE ‘06
Tour Opening Acts: Faith Hill, Ronnie Dunn
Started January 27, 2006 in Nashville, Tennessee | Ended October 1, 2006 in Atlanta, Georgia
Keith Urban ALIVE in ‘05 2005
Tour Opening Acts: John Fogerty, Katrina Elam
Started January 20, 2005 in Los Angeles, California | Ended December 16, 2005 in Fresno, California
Keith Urban Be Here Tour 2004
Tour Opening Acts: Katrina Elam
Started March 26, 2004 in Lexington, Kentucky | Ended December 16, 2004 in San Jose, California
Keith Urban Golden Road Tour 2003
Tour Opening Acts: Kenny Chesney
Started May 1, 2003 in Rockford, Illinois | Ended December 13, 2003 in Las Vegas, Nevada
Keith Urban 2002
Tour Opening Acts: Kenny Chesney
Started March 15, 2002 in Fort Worth, Texas | Ended December 8, 2002 in Las Vegas, Nevada