Jon Pardi Announces Headlining “All Time High” Fall Tour

After opening for Alan Jackson’s 25th Anniversary Keepin’ It Country Tour throughout this year, Jon Pardi is having a tour of his own now. Announced today on his website, Pardi will have his own headlining tour starting this fall. The All Time High Tour will be an 18-stop tour that takes place all across the country, kicking off on October 8 in San Diego at the House of Blues. Here’s the entirety of the schedule:

 Oct. 8     San Diego, Calif.    House Of Blues
 Oct. 9     Anaheim, Calif.    House Of Blues
 Oct. 15   Orlando, Fla.    House Of Blues
 Nov. 7    Cincinnati, Ohio    Bogart’s
 Nov. 21  Myrtle Beach, S.C. House Of Blues
 Dec. 17   Washington, DC    Fillmore
 Dec. 18   New York, N.Y.    Irving Plaza
 Jan. 7      Indianapolis, Ind.    Egyptian Room
 Jan. 8     Cleveland, Ohio       House Of Blues
 Jan. 9     Detroit, Mich. St      Andrew’s Hall
 Jan. 14   Boston, Mass.       House Of Blues
 Jan. 15   Philadelphia, Pa.    Theatre Of Living Arts
 Jan. 16   Huntington, N.Y.    Paramount
 Jan. 22   Houston, Texas       House Of Blues
 Jan. 23   Dallas, Texas          House Of Blues
 Jan. 28   Greensboro, N.C.    Cone Denim Entertainment Center
 Jan. 29   Charlotte, N.C.       Fillmore
 Jan. 30   Raleigh, N.C.       The Ritz

For those interested in tickets you can purchase tickets beginning August 28 at with an exclusive pre-sale for Pardi’s fan club starting August 26.

Pardi will be joined on the tour by the Brothers Osborne, a duo like Pardi that just emerged into the mainstream country scene in the last couple of years. Here’s what Pardi had to say about the tour and being joined by the Brothers Osborne:

“Out of all the tours I’ve been fortunate to be a part of, this one is especially exciting because we’ve been building towards this moment for a while. I have been buddies with TJ and John [Osborne] since moving to Nashville and we have talked about touring together for years. It’s finally here and going to be a blast,” shares Pardi. “I really love the new music I have been working on for the next album and cannot wait to start playing it out on the road for the fans.” 

Pardi and the Brothers Osborne also posted this short video on their social media channels:

I think it’s a great development to see, as these are two of the most promising acts I see rising up in mainstream country music right now. Pardi’s debut album, as well as his new EP he released this year were really well done. Both featured a great mix of the Bakersfield sound and traditional country elements, making for not only quality music, but fun music too. The Brothers Osborne released a solid EP themselves and I’m looking forward to hearing their debut album too. It’s important for these up and coming acts to go out and have their own headlining tour, as opening for the big names doesn’t allow them grow as much as artists. A headlining tour allows them to play more of their own music and find more about themselves as artist, while also allowing fans to find more about them too.

Be sure to weigh in below on what you think of this announcement and these two promising acts.

2 thoughts on “Jon Pardi Announces Headlining “All Time High” Fall Tour

  1. Derek Hudgin August 24, 2015 / 5:46 pm

    This is a cool tour announcement. If anything, it adds a bit more faith that The Brothers Osborne will continue down the trek of more traditional leaning country, which is awesome to think!

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  2. NoahHibiscusEaton August 24, 2015 / 8:20 pm

    Jon Pardi is arguably the single most promising mainstream male artist I’ve heard in 2015 thus far. My respect for him surged by simply pushing to release his even more neo-traditional cuts from the “Write You A Song” sessions as an EP. I don’t see anyone else having the audacity to do this among his mainstream male peers, so that demands respect. By focusing his songwriting more in thé vein of “Borrowed Time” and “What I Can’t Put Down” and less in “Up All Night”, he can only get better! =)

    I just don’t know what to think about Thé Brothers Osborne yet. To be clear, their EP was respectable and they have a lot of room to grow still. But I haven’t been impressed with either of their singles thus far. Both “Rum” and “Stay A Little Longer” veer quite closely to the most tread tropes and themes in mainstream country as of late so lack anything of noteworthy distinction. And while the instrumentation is their strongest suit, in my opinion, I wouldn’t consider it traditional country at all either. It actually reminds me à whole lot more of world class rock you’d hear on 00s Triple A radio. Pretty good, but shouldn’t be mistaken as traditional country.

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