Today, Country powerhouse Kameron Marlowe has announced his plans for his first-ever world tour. The North American leg of “Keepin’ the Lights on World Tour 2024” has been unveiled and will include 22 stops across the continent, with global dates to be announced soon.

Going out on my first world tour is something that’s really hard to wrap my head around but I’m stoked,” shares Marlowe. “I’m excited for fans to hear this new record live and be back in cities I haven’t been to in a while and a few new ones along the way! Thank you to all the fans who keep showing up, I couldn’t do this without y’all!

The tour will kick off on September 4th in Kansas City, Missouri and make stops in Chicago, Ottawa, Toronto, Boston, New York City, Nashville, Dallas, and more before wrapping up on December 6th in Charlotte, North Carolina. Tickets will go on-sale this Friday, June 7th at 10am local time here.

Marlowe has also unveiled the “Keepin’ The Lights On Fund,” aimed at alleviating the burdens faced by those struggling to make ends meet. Dedicated to providing assistance with everyday essentials, the fund helps by paying electricity bills to keep the lights on, purchase shoes, clothing, groceries and other necessities. Rooted in compassion and a belief in the power of community, the fund strives to ensure a brighter future for those in need. For every ticket sold on the Keepin’ The Lights On World Tour 2024, $1 is donated to the “Keepin’ The Lights On Fund.”

The KTLO fund is super special to me because in the song, I sing about my parents making sure we had shoes on our feet and food on our plates,” adds Marlowe. “Times are tough out there and I wanted to pay it forward where I can!

Marlowe just wrapped his 13-stop Strangers Tour with special guest Tucker Wetmore, which sold out venues coast-to-coast, and now he looks ahead to some of the summer’s hottest fairs and festivals like Carolina Country Music Festival, CMA Fest, Country Summer Music Festival and Country Concert 2024.

Tour dates:

July 31, 2024 in Fort Collins, Colo. at New Belgium Brewing Company
Sept. 4, 2024 in Kansas City, Mo. at Midland Theatre ^
Sept. 14, 2024 in Chicago, Ill. at Joe’s Live ~
Sept. 19, 2024 in Ottawa, Ont. at The Bronson Centre ~
Sept. 20, 2024 in Buffalo, N.Y. at Town Ballroom ~
Sept. 21, 2024 in Pittsburgh, Pa. at Stage AE ~
Sept. 23, 2024 in Toronto, Ont. at Phoenix Concert Theatre ~
Sept. 27, 2024 in Des Moines, Iowa at Val Air Ballroom *
Sept. 28, 2024 in St. Louis, Mo. at The Factory *
Sept. 29, 2024 in Springfield, Mo. at Gillioz Theatre *
Oct. 3, 2024 in Baltimore, Md. at Rams Head Live ^
Oct. 4, 2024 in Norfolk, Va. at The NorVa ^
Oct. 11, 2024 in Sayreville, N.J. at Starland Ballroom *
Oct. 12, 2024 in Boston, Mass. at Roadrunner *
Oct. 13, 2024 in New York, N.Y. at Webster Hall *
Oct. 18, 2024 in Baton Rouge, La. at Texas Club ~
Oct. 26, 2024 in Nashville, Tenn. at Ryman Auditorium = <
Nov. 1, 2024 in Dallas, Texas at The Factory in Deep Ellum +
Nov. 3, 2024 in Houston, Texas at House of Blues +
Nov. 7, 2024 in Richmond, Va. at The National ~
Nov. 9, 2024 in Newport, Ky. at MegaCorp Pavilion ~
Dec. 6, 2024 in Charlotte, N.C. at Coyote Joe’s ~
* with Jake Worthington
^ with Vincent Mason
< with Owen Riegling
+ with Mitchell Ferguson
= with Wyatt McCubbin
~ support TBA