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Keith Urban joined by Breland on leg of “The Speed ​​of Now” World Tour

People always say, “You never know what might happen at a Keith Urban concert.” Never did that ring truer than last weekend during the Cincinnati stop on THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR.

Not only did Urban treat fans to a surprise appearance from Breland, but the four-time GRAMMY Award winner performed a song he had never performed live before.

The two got the crowd going with a frenzied performance of “Out The Cage,” the opener from Urban’s latest album, The Speed ​​of Now Part 1, which features Breland. Hang in there and stay tuned. Later this week, THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR will take place at the Xfinity Center in Mansfield and the Maine Savings Amphitheater in Bangor.

It’s been nearly four years since Keith Urban has toured the United States, and if his weekend gigs in Tampa and West Palm Beach are any indication, this will be a tour not to be missed. From the first second Urban stepped on stage, it was as if he had been shot by a cannon.

The tour, which launched in the UK last month to rave reviews, features three-time GRAMMY© nominee and special guest Ingrid Andress. “THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR” continues in Toronto with two sold-out shows on July 8 and 9. For more information on where to get tickets, go here.

Watch a clip of the performance here:

THE SPEED OF NOW WORLD TOUR

July 8 – Toronto – Budweiser Stage

July 9 – Toronto – Budweiser Stage

July 10 – Canandaigua – CMAC

July 15 – Cleveland – Blossom Music Center

July 16 – Cincinnati – Riverbend Music Center

July 22 – Mansfield – Xfinity Center

July 23 – Bangor – Maine Savings Amphitheater

July 24 – Gilford – Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion

July 29 – Holmdel – PNC Bank Arts Center

July 30 – Bristow – Jiffy Lube Live

July 31 – Camden – BB&T Pavilion

August 4 – Jacksonville – Daily’s Place

August 5 – Jacksonville – Daily’s Place

August 6 – Orange Beach – The wharf amphitheater

August 12 – Charlotte – PNC Music Pavilion

August 13 – Raleigh – Coastal Credit Union Music Park

August 14 – Virginia Beach – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater

August 18 – Rogers – Walmart AMP

August 19 – St. Louis – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

August 20 – Des Moines – Iowa State Fair

August 26 – Detroit – Pine Knob Musical Theater

August 27 – Indianapolis – Ruoff Music Center

August 28 – Milwaukee – American Family Insurance Amphitheater

September 1 – Lake Tahoe – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys

September 2 – Lake Tahoe – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys

September 3 – Mountain View – Shoreline Amphitheater

September 8 – Phoenix – Footprint Center

September 9 – San Diego – North Island Credit Union Amphitheater

September 10 – Los Angeles – The Forum

September 15 – Salt Lake City – USANA Amphitheater

September 16 – Denver – Ball Arena

September 17 – Wichita – INTRUST Bank Arena

September 22 – Grand Rapids – Van Andel Arena

September 23 – Columbus – Nationwide Arena

September 24 – Chicago – Hollywood Casino Amphitheater

September 29 – Kansas City – T-Mobile Center

September 30 – Oklahoma City – Paycom Center

October 1 – ft. Worth – Dickies Arena

October 6 – Lexington – Rupp Arena

October 7 – Nashville – Bridgestone Arena

October 8 – Atlanta – State Farm Arena

October 13 – Savannah – Enmarket Arena

October 14 – Knoxville – Thompson Boling Arena

October 15 – Charleston – Charleston Coliseum

October 20 – Wilkes Barre – Mohegan Sun Arena

October 21 – Uncasville – Mohegan Sun Arena

October 22 – Belmont Park – UBS Arena at Belmont Park

November 3 – Madison – Alliant Energy Center

November 4 – Peoria – Peoria Civic Center

November 5 – St. Paul – Xcel Energy Center