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OCTOBER 24, 2023 (TORONTO, ON) – Having established himself as a legendary force in the Canadian country format over the last two decades, Gold-certified, multi-award winning entertainer Aaron Pritchett returns with the announcement of his 2024 cross-Canada Liquored Up Tour. Performing coast to coast across 29 dates, Pritchett is bringing along the next generation of country heavy hitters – Quebec’s country darling Matt Lang and critically acclaimed country rocker Cory Marks.

Tickets for the Liquored Up Tour go on sale October 27 at 10:00am* local time. Ticket pre-sale begins October 25 at 10:00am local time with code LUTOUR.

It’s hard to believe that it’s been 5 years since my last cross-Canada tour! I’ve missed traveling, and playing my songs for thousands of amazing fans in so many cities and towns across the country – more than anyone can imagine,” Pritchett shares. “The excitement level inside me, to get back on stages from west coast to east coast, is probably the highest of my entire career. I can guarantee the Liquored Up Tour is going blow concert goers minds! The energy crowds are going to witness on stage from myself, Matt Lang and Cory Marks – three diverse artists – will be like nothing anyone has ever seen before!

Ahead of the tour, the three artists will come together for the release of Pritchett’s rowdy new single “Liquored Up” featuring Matt Lang and Cory Marks. The party-ready anthem will be available for streaming November 3 via Big Star Recordings. Pre-save “Liquored Up” HERE.

With three unique dynamics joining forces for an explosive performance of the new track each night on stage, Pritchett’s Liquored Up Tour, featuring Matt Lang and Cory Marks, will kick off the year with some of the best entertainment 2024 has to offer. For more information on the Liquored Up Tour and ticket on-sales, follow Aaron Pritchett across social platforms or visit www.aaronpritchett.com.

January 27, 2024
Calgary, AB – Deerfoot Casino

January 30, 2024
Kamloops, BC – The Nightshift on 5th

February 1, 2024
Sidney, BC – Mary Winspear Centre

February 2, 2024
Nanaimo, BC – Port Theatre*

February 3, 2024
Coquitlam, BC – Hard Rock Casino

February 6, 2024
Red Deer, AB – Bo‘s Bar

February 7, 2024
Fort McMurray AB – Kickin Horse Saloon

February 8, 2024
Camrose, AB – Bailey Theatre

February 9, 2024
Edmonton, AB – Century Showroom

February 10, 2024
Dawson Creek, BC – Ovintiv Events Centre

February 12, 2024
Lloydminster, SK – Vic Juba Theatre

February 13, 2024
Lethbridge, AB – Enmax Centre

February 14, 2024
Trail, BC – Charles Bailey Theatre

February 15, 2024
Kelowna, BC – This Country Bar

February 16, 2024
Drumheller, AB – BCF Fieldhouse

February 17, 2024
Cold Lake, AB – Reid Field House

February 18, 2024
Regina, SK – Casino Regina

February 20, 2024
Saskatoon, SK – The Roxy

February 21, 2024
Prince Albert, SK – EA Rawlinson Centre

February 23, 2024
Brandon, AB – The 40

February 26, 2024
Parry Sound, ON – Charles W. Stockey Centre

February 27, 2024
Ottawa, ON – Algonquin Commons Theatre

February 28, 2024
London, ON – London Music Hall

February 29, 2024
Waterloo, ON – Maxwell’s

March 1, 2024
Barrie, ON – The Ranch 2.0

March 2, 2024
Montreal, QC – Beanfield Theatre

March 3, 2024
Sherbrooke, QC – Theatre Granada

March 6, 2024
Halifax, NS – Light House Arts Centre

March 7, 2024
Moncton, NB – Casino New Brunswick

*On-sale for Nanaimo, BC date on-sale October 27 @ 11:00am PDT


He’s has been a household name in Canadian Country music for 20 years, but when Aaron Pritchett hits the stage, he does so with the energy and intensity of an artist fresh on the scene. Yet despite being known for his dynamic, even raucous, live shows, it’s the classically country gentleman inside of Pritchett that’s made him a fan favourite – and a staying force in Canadian country – for more than two decades. With 13 Top Ten hits under hits under his belt [buckle], Pritchett has made a career of seamlessly moving from good ol’ boy anthems like “Hold My Beer” to pop-tinged party pleasers like “Worth a Shot” to heart-string pulling ballads like “Warm Safe Place”. He could have stopped when he had enough to fill a Greatest Hits album – which he did in 2015 – but instead he followed it up with several more including his 2019 #1 single, “Better When I Do”. Throughout it, Pritchett has racked up more than 30 Juno, CCMA, WCMA and BCCMA nominations including multiple wins for Entertainer of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and a CCMA SOCAN Songwriter of the Year award. With his writing, Pritchett continues to push the boundaries of the country genre. And while he refuses to be pigeon-holed, staying grounded in his roots is one thing he insists on.

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In early 2018, Matt Lang journeyed to Nashville to record his first English-language album, and at that time, he didn’t speak a word of English. The album, a result of that trip, quickly shot to #1 on the iTunes Country Album chart for multiple weeks in 2019 and included the singles ‘Love Me Some You’ and ‘My Final Pour,’  and has exceeded 15 million collective streams to date. Proudly from Maniwaki, QC, Matt has always wanted to bring Nashville to Québec. From 2018 to 2020, Matt performed over 150 live shows to ever-growing audiences. Matt and his band have also performed at the prestigious C2C Festival in Berlin just days before the beginning of the pandemic. His warm and powerful voice, combined with his impressive live show, quickly got him noticed by the Canadian country music community in English Canada. In September 2019, Matt won the national SiriusXM Top of the Country contest, three awards at Québec’s Country Gala, SOCAN’s Country Music Award and received his first ADISQ nomination for English Album of the Year. In June 2020, Matt released his second English album, More, which had 4 singles reach the Top 20 at Canadian country radio including his popular “Getcha” and “In a Bar”.  That same year, Matt received his first CCMA nomination in the Rising Star Category and an ADISQ nomination for Live Show of the Year. Matt is back on the road in Canada after a stop in the UK for the Boots and Buckle Festival, and recently opened for Luke Combs at Festival d’Été de Québec in front of over 80,000 people. Matt is currently hard at work on his next album, due out next year.

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In 2019, Billboard deemed Cory Marks’ top 10 Rock radio single “Outlaws and Outsiders” (which features country music icon Travis Tritt, Ivan Moody of Five Finger DeathPunch, and Mick Mars of Motley Crue; and debuted at #1 on the Top Rock and Hard Rock digital sales charts, hit #6 on the US Country Music sales chart, and #3 at Rock radio in Germany) the “hit that couldn’t be confined”. The same statement could be said about Cory himself, who has exploded onto airwaves and tour stages over the past few years, establishing himself as a forefather of the popular Country Rock Fusion sound that has become so popular with artists like Hardy, Bailey Zimmerman and Brantley Gilbert storming the charts in 2022 and 2023. Mixing the storytelling tradition of country music and the loud, unapologetic sounds of heavy rock; Cory’s music blasts with an aggressive, soulful edge.  2020 saw the release of his critically acclaimed debut album WHO I AM – spawning fan favorites like “Devil’s Grin” and “Blame It On The Double”. In 2021 Cory released his complimentary EPs “Nashville Nights” and “Nashville Mornings” and in 2022 Cory released his rock-focused “I Rise” EP on the heels of his feature-film debut in “The Retaliators” with Jacoby Shaddix of Papa Roach, and labelmates Five Finger Death Punch, The HU, and Eva Under Fire. Despite his recent achievement of eclipsing 210 million career streams, a Platinum certification in his home country of Canada for “Outlaws & Outsiders” (which has also earned him his first US Gold single), and becoming the first ever Canadian country artist to have a Top 10 single on US Rock radio, Cory remains grounded and grateful. Rooted in the influence of his hometown in North Bay, Ontario, where he grew up surrounded by its salt-of-the-earth residents, Cory is undoubtedly himself, not just as a musician, but as a person. He continues to be influenced by the acts that drew him to writing and performing in the first place: Bryan Adams, Eric Church, Deep Purple, Rush, Ozzy Osbourne, Brad Paisley and most notably Merle Haggard, who Cory embodies in his own 21st century way.

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Jess Seguire, Alley Cat PR