Hot off the heels of his first number one single, country star Brett Kissel is rocking on his Airwaves Tour, having sold out 5 consecutive shows in a row to kick off the tour.  

The Airwaves Tour that started in Simcoe, Ontario at the Norfolk County Fair set an attendance record of nearly 8,000 country fans, who all came to support the first tour stop.  Kissel and his band later rolled into London, Kingston, Halifax, and Georgetown, receiving rave reviews at every show. 

As Kissel’s first headlining tour, the young country crooner is loving the attention and the reaction from his fans. 

“I’m inspired by the fans every night. The crowds get bigger, better, and crazier!”  Kissel mentioned in his Airwaves Tour video blog called “Backstage Pass” – available on his website and YouTube channel. 

Kissel’s new album “Pick Me Up” spent time at the top of the iTunes Charts earlier this fall upon its release, and has been garnering significant national attention at each show. Songs like “Pick Me Up”, “Cool With That”, “I Can Play Guitar”, and the number one hit “Airwaves” have all been featured in Kissel’s set list, while other hits including “3-2-1” and “Tough People Do” have also received special attention from the fans. 

The Airwaves Tour continues to roll across Canada, as the impressive schedule includes concerts in every province and every territory – making it a truly “Canadian Tour”. 

Remaining tour dates include:

October 22 – Sherbrooke, Quebec – Centennial Theatre – SOLD OUT

October 23 – Barrie, Ontario – Roxy Theatre 

October 24 – Tweed, Ontario – Trudeau Park Music Hall

October 26 – Sudbury, Ontario – Caruso Club

October 28 – Thunder Bay, Ontario – The Outpost – SOLD OUT

October 30 – Winnipeg, Manitoba – Club Regent Casino – (all ages)

October 31 – Brandon, Manitoba – Western Centennial Auditorium

November 1 – Dauphin, Manitoba – Watson Arts Centre 

November 2 – Yorkton, Saskatchewan – Anne Portnuff Theatre 

November 6 – Camrose, Alberta – The Field House 

November 7 – Whitecourt, Alberta – Allan and Jean Millar Centre

November 8 – Grande Prairie, Alberta – Douglas Cardinal Arts Centre

November 9 – Fort St. John, British Columbia – North Peace Cultural Centre

November 10 – Prince George, British Columbia – Prince George Playhouse

November 11 – Quesnel, British Columbia – Quesnel & District Centre

November 12 – Williams Lake, British Columbia – Williams Lake Gibraltar Room

November 14 – Campbell River, British Columbia – Tidemark Theatre

November 15 – Mission, British Columbia – Clarke Theatre

November 17 – Cranbrook, British Columbia – Key City Theatre

November 18 – Bassano, Alberta – Bassano Community Hall

November 19 – Regina, Saskatchewan – Casino Regina Show Lounge 

November 20 – Calgary, Alberta – Cowboys Dance Hall

November 21 – Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – New Holland Training Centre 

November 22 – Red Deer, Alberta – Cowboys Bar

November 24 – North Battleford, Saskatchewan – The Dekker Centre

November 26 – Lethbridge, Alberta – Average Joe’s

November 27 – Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta – Dow Centennial Centre

November 28 – Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta – Dow Centennial Centre

Airwaves is now at Sirius XM The Highway!