– A year of international touring continues for all-vocal Country entertainers Home Free, with the announcement of their fifteen-date Road Sweet Road headline tour across the UK & Europe later in 2023, starting September 13 in Berlin.
“Last time we were in Europe we unfortunately had to cancel a bunch of shows due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” says Rob Lundquist of Home Free. “We’re looking forward to coming back under much better circumstances and playing for crowds we haven’t been able to see for a long time. Get ready Euro-Fries!”
This follows the release of their latest full-length record, So Long Dixie, the launch of their USA headline tour, and their long awaited return to Australia for the CMC Rocks festival in March. Watch the brand new video for ‘Give Me A Sign’ from the album here.
More recently, the band have announced their return to CMA Fest in Nashville next month, and shared a new collaboration with Brooke Eden, their version of the Larry Collins & Alex Harvey classic ‘Delta Dawn’, originally made famous by Tanya Tucker in 1972 – listen/watch here.
“Delta Dawn is an absolute classic we’ve been talking about covering for a long time,” shares Austin Brown. “We just needed to find the perfect voice to really embody that sound everyone knows while also bringing new life to a crowd favorite. Brooke did all that and more. We are so excited to share our version with you!”
“We’ve been wanting to put the Home Free spin on Delta Dawn for a while but were waiting for the right collaborator,” adds Tim Foust. “Fortunately, the amazing Brooke Eden came on tour with us, and we mentioned it to her. As luck would have it, the song is also a favorite of hers because her mom sang it to her as a child! The rest, as they say, is history.”
Full 2023 UK & European dates below – tickets on sale this Friday, May 19:.
September 13th – Berlin, Columbia Theater
September 15th – Copenhagen, DR Koncerhuset
September 16th – Gothenburg, Concerthouse
September 17th – Oslo, Oslo Spektrum
September 18th – Stockholm, Cirkus Arena
September 19th – Malmö, Slagthusets Teater
September 20th – Hamburg, Fabrik
September 22nd – Vienna, Arena
September 23rd – Munich, Muffathalle
September 24th – Zurich, Volkhaus
September 26th – Cologne, Kantine
September 27th – Utrecht, TivoliVredenburg – Ronda
September 29th – Birmingham, O2 Academy
September 30th – Manchester, RNCM Theatre
October 1st – London, O2 Forum Kentish Town