Brett Kissel Announces Cross-Canada ‘Airwaves’ Fall Tour

JUNO-winning country artist Brett Kissel has announced details of a cross-Canada fall tour. “The Airwaves Tour 2015” will begin October 10 in Simcoe, Ontario, before wrapping up in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, on November 28.  Additional dates will be added and announced over the summer.

Brett released his new single Airwaves to radio and all digital stores and streaming services late last month. After being the #1 most added song at Canadian radio last week, Airwaveswas the lone new entry on the Canadian country radio charts this week, picking up the biggest spin increase at the format. At #31, it is the highest debut for a Canadian country artist so far in 2015 and matches Kissel’s highest entry with “3-2-1” in February 2014. 

The song is also dominating the Canada Viral 50 chart on Spotify. Airwaves has topped the chart – which monitors the most shared tracks on Spotify – for the past week.

Airwaves is the first single from Brett’s upcoming sophomore album, set for release this fall. More details on the album will be announced in the coming weeks.

Brett has a busy summer of festival dates before he embarks on the Airwaves tour. A full list of dates can be found at his recently re-launched web site

On August 29, Brett will perform on Nashville’s most legendary stage when he appears on “the show that made country music famous,” the Grand Ole Opry.

After the success Kissel had with his major label debut album Started With A Song, it would be tempting for anyone to kick off their boots, crack a cold one or two, and imagine things couldn’t get any better. But coasting on his accomplishments has never been part of Kissel’s makeup. The numbers say it all, however: His JUNO Award for Breakthrough Artist marked the first time in 17 years a country act earned the honour. He had five Billboard Canada Top 10 singles, two #1 videos on CMT’s Top 20 Countdown and a leading eight Canadian Country Music Association Award nominations, of which he won two.


The Airwaves Tour 2015 dates:

October 10                 Simcoe, Ontario

October 13                 Announcement Soon

October 14                 Kingston, Ontario

October 16                 Halifax, Nova Scotia

October 17                 Georgetown, Prince Edward Island

October 19                 St. Johns, Newfoundland

October 21                 Miramichi, New Brunswick

October 23                 Barrie, Ontario

October 24                 Tweed, Ontario

October 25                 Announcement Soon

October 26                 Announcement Soon

October 27                 Announcement Soon

October 28                 Thunder Bay, Ontario

October 30                 Winnipeg, Manitoba

October 31                 Brandon, Manitoba

November 1              Dauphin, Manitoba

November 2              Yorkton, Saskatchewan

November 5              Stettler, Alberta

November 6              Camrose, Alberta

November 7              Whitecourt, Alberta

November 8              Grande Prairie, Alberta

November 9              Fort St. John, British Columbia

November 10            Prince George, British Columbia

November 11            Quesnel, British Columbia

November 12            Williams Lake, British Columbia

November 13            Penticton, British Columbia

November 14            Campbell River, British Columbia

November 15            Mission, British Columbia

November 17            Cranbrook, British Columbia

November 18            Bassano, Alberta

November 19            Regina, Saskatchewan

November 20            Announcement Soon

November 21            Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

November 22            Red Deer, Alberta

November 24            North Battleford, Saskatchewan

November 26            Lethbridge, Alberta

November 27            Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

November 28            Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta

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