Brad Paisley announced tour plans for his 2021 tour and it includes a stop at the Big E in West Springfield on Friday, September 24th with special guest Jordan Davis.
Like all venues across the country the Big E had to shut down due to the pandemic last year. Shows are starting to be booked as the COVID-19 cases steadily decline in the states allowing venues to once again book acts as the country slowly tries to return to normal.
Paisley is one of the biggest country stars in the country and will be rocking the Big E Arena this fall. Paisley has recently branched out and has been using his celebrity to make some extra cash with a side-hustle along with former Colts QB Peyton Manning and their TV campaign for Nationwide Insurance.
No specific ticket on-sale date has been announced for the Brad Paisley show. The on-sale date is expected to be released soon. Only one other concert date has been announced by the Big E. Machine Gun Kelly on September 17th went on sale this week and is already sold out. Other Big E shows are expected to be announced soon.
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