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Adam Doleac

Adam Doleac Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 28,740
Category Contemporary Country, Adult Contemporary, Country
Concerts
Jun
14
The Plaza
Lovington
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Jun
28
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
West Chester
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Jun
29
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Rootstown
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Jul
11
Windy City Smokeout 2024
Chicago
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Jul
19
Willow Tree Winery
Ham Lake
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Jul
20
Old Washington Music Fest
Old Washington
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Aug
03
Logan County Fair
Lincoln
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Aug
23
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Atlanta
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Aug
24
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Nashville
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Sep
19
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Pensacola
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Sep
20
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Gainesville
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Sep
21
Wrong Side of a Sunrise Tour
Lakeland
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About Adam Doleac
It takes time to craft a debut album. One worthy of the artist it introduces, and all the work behind it. But for Arista Nashville/Sony Music Nashville’s Adam Doleac, he’s had plenty. “I've had my whole life to write my first record, plus a two-year pandemic,” he says with a wry smile. “So that's like two lifetimes.” Luckily, he made the clock work for him. Creating a whole Barstool Whiskey Wonderland around 18 addictive tracks – almost totally from his own pen – the emerging star unveils a vision steeped in the romantic country soul of his early hits, while going much deeper as well. With tracks like the Gold-certified “Famous” and soul-mate anthem “Another,” both of which hit No. 1 on SiriusXM’s The Highway, fans have gotten only a glimpse of that wonderland so far. Now they get the full picture. “It feels long overdue, and it's the first time people can really see the whole me,” Doleac says. “An album is a cool thing. It allows you to tell a little bit more of your story, as opposed to just people knowing a song and not knowing you.” And for him, a lover of all things old-school with an effortless charm and an intoxicating vocal – well suited to both champagne-popping ballrooms and keg-tapping taverns – that story is worth telling. Raised in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, you could call him a late musical bloomer, who credits devoted parents for his strong work ethic … and his dream-chasing determination. A talented athlete, Doleac excelled at golf early on, traveling with his dad to faraway tournaments in his first taste of life on the road. The whole family put in the time and Doleac seemed headed for success, but abruptly switched to baseball in high school. That too required a focused drive to retool his skills, and after earning a scholarship to the University of Southern Mississippi, he ended up playing in front of 30,000 at the College World Series – fueling a craving for big crowds he still chases today. In the end, he actually had a shot at going pro in both sports, Doleac says, but instead changed course again. He had fallen in love with music, writing songs with teammates and challenging himself to play hometown shows while devouring the work of emotional explorers like John Mayer, Gavin DeGraw, Amos Lee and more. Within months, he decided to leave sports behind for good. “I’m the kind of guy who’s just always reaching for a little bit more, that's just the way I am,” he says. “I have thoroughly believed I can do whatever I set my mind to since I was a kid. And I think you need a little bit of that to get anything this hard done.” “Hard” may be an understatement. Doleac proves the old adage of Nashville being a 10-year town, but for him, those 10 years were not a straight line. Propelled by the viral success of a self-written song posted to YouTube, Doleac arrived in town with a publishing deal, and spent the following years sharpening his penmanship. Eventually Kane Brown, Gabby Barrett, Darius Rucker and more had all cut his songs, while Doleac built a grassroots fanbase touring the country in his pickup truck. With shows growing in size, it seemed like a classic case of grinding forward and loving every mile. He scored a rare Gold-certified independent single and even signed a major-label recording deal, achieving another long-held dream. And then, just as he looked set to push over the top, COVID-19 shut it down. There were postponed tours. And then stolen equipment when touring resumed. Then there were cancelled tours. But all the while he was building that Barstool Whiskey Wonderland. Doleac slowed down, spent time with the girlfriend who is now his fiancée, and wrote 150 songs. “It's been tough and we've had a lot of bad breaks, a lot of opportunities to give up for sure,” he admits. “But I haven't, and my guys haven't, and it's time for the moment to happen. It's like, ‘Maybe everything's coming together for this record. Maybe it's right on time.’” Those years only added depth, he explains, taking him from singer-songwriter and performer to fully-formed artist with his own creative signature. Using his heartbeat as a pulse, lush emotions and instant-classic hooks join a soulful voice simmering just below a full boil, all wrapped in a suave new take on modern country. Catchy enough to pull listeners in. Deep enough to resonate for years. Doleac wrote every song but one on the massive, 18-track album, and along with producers Paul DiGiovanni, Jared Keim, Jordan Schmidt, Ben Simonetti and Andy Skib, captured something that exists beyond country’s ordinary thematic cycle. “I love things that are timeless and stuff that sticks around,” he says. “I’m not chasing whatever the newest trend is gonna be for the next six months. And I love that comment when people come over and say ‘I don't like country, but I love your stuff.’” Tracking all the vocals himself, Doleac assembled his ideal full-length debut, including tracks his fans already love and a whole batch of new ones. Established favorites like “Famous,” “Another,” “Neon Fools,” “Could Have Loved You Longer,” and “Somewhere Cool With You” are all on the list – and so are newly-minted romantic anthems like “Girl In Love.” Fanning the flames of a heart on fire, the transformative track was inspired by Doleac’s fiancée, and only confirms his love-song bonafides. “I'm a romantic at heart for sure,” he admits. “Like, I think there's a reason God made woman last. Because that’s the greatest thing he ever made.” But for Barstool Whiskey Wonderland, Doleac does more. He strikes a new chord with tracks like the clever “Close That Tab,” which has already emerged as “The Vodka Soda” song in concert. “That's a breakup-with-your-shitty boyfriend song,” he says with a laugh. “I think a lot of people date the wrong person. And when they do, they do it for like six months too long!” Likewise, the rootsy duet “Fake Love” with Danielle Bradbery stands as the first outside cut he’s ever recorded (Maren Morris, Ryan Hurd, HARDY and Jordan Schmidt), a genuinely perceptive celebration of meant-to-be lovers welded together in a magnetic vocal blend. Others like “Drinkin’ It Wrong” offer instructions for a proper good time, “Where Country Music Comes From” praises the simple authenticity of Doleac’s first love, and “Don’t It Sound Alright” captures the laid-back perfection of a couple’s country getaway.
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Genres
Contemporary Country, Adult Contemporary, Country
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What fans are saying
Courtney
4 / 5
One of the best shows I’ve been to! And Aura was a great venue as well!
Aura Portland, ME
Apr 02, 2023
Catherine
5 / 5
It was a fun concert. Adam is an amazing Songwriter/Artist, & Alana is very good, too.
Center Stage Atlanta, GA
Apr 21, 2023
Crystal
5 / 5
Adams VIP was hands down the best concert experience I have had!! He was amazing!
Lincoln Theatre Raleigh, NC
Mar 20, 2023
Christina
5 / 5
Great venue, Adam sounded amazing! Definitely worth the drive up from Greenville SC!
The Grey Eagle Asheville, NC
Mar 19, 2023
Ann
5 / 5
Fantastic show, Adam Doleac is so good, great songwriter, great voice, highly recommend
Joe's Live Rosemont, IL
Nov 17, 2023
Kelly
5 / 5
HIGHLY RECOMMEND seeing Adam! He's so fun and shows are the best!
Delmar Hall St. Louis, MO
Apr 30, 2023
Andrea
5 / 5
Such a great concept in a small venue. Loved every second!
Bowery Ballroom New York City, NY
Mar 15, 2023
Kellee
5 / 5
Excellent concert! Would definitely go see him over and over again!
Elevation 27 Virginia Beach, VA
May 03, 2024
Erica
5 / 5
Venue was awesome and entertainment was even better!!
The Queen Wilmington, DE
Mar 31, 2023
Michael
4 / 5
Engaging performance and really liked the song choices.
Royale Boston, MA
Apr 26, 2024
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Adam Doleac Tour Cities
Atlanta, GA Ham Lake, MN Chicago, IL Lakeland, FL Nashville, TN Pensacola, FL Rootstown, OH Lincoln, IL Old Washington, OH Gainesville, FL Olde West Chester, OH Lovington, NM

Frequently Asked Questions About Adam Doleac

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Adam Doleac on tour?

Yes, Adam Doleac is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Adam Doleac concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Adam Doleac tour is scheduled for 12 dates across 12 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Adam Doleac scheduled to play?

Adam Doleac is scheduled to play 12 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Adam Doleac tour start?

Adam Doleac’s tour starts Jun 14, 2024 and ends on Sep 21, 2024. They will play 12 cities; their most recent concert was held in Lovington at The Plaza and their next upcoming concert will be in Ham Lake at Willow Tree Winery.

What venues is Adam Doleac performing at?

As part of the Adam Doleac tour, Adam Doleac is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Jun 14 - Lovington, NM @ The Plaza
Jun 28 - West Chester, OH @ Lori's Roadhouse
Jun 29 - Rootstown, OH @ The Dusty Armadillo
Jul 11 - Chicago, Illinois @ United Center Parking Lot C
Jul 19 - Ham Lake, MN @ Willow Tree Winery
Jul 20 - Old Washington, OH @ Guernsey County Fairgrounds
Aug 03 - Lincoln, IL @ Logan County Fair
Aug 23 - Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse
Aug 24 - Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Sep 19 - Pensacola, FL @ Wild Greg's Saloon
Sep 20 - Gainesville, FL @ High Dive
Sep 21 - Lakeland, FL @ Wild Greg’s Saloon
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