Adam Doleac- WRONG SIDE OF A SUNRISE TOUR
TABLE FOR 6: $695.00
TABLE FOR 8: $716.25
TICKET SALE DATES
GA Public Onsale: October 13, 2023 10:00 AM to February 23, 2024 8:00 PM
TABLE FOR 6 / TABLE FOR 8 Public Onsale: October 13, 2023 10:16 AM to February 23, 2024 8:00 PM
WRONG SIDE OF A SUNRISE TOUR
About Adam Doleac:
Adam Doleac, the incredibly talented singer-songwriter and Country music’s rising star, has had an incredible year thus far with stellar new music, headlining performances in spades, and even more to come in the fall.
With over 370 million on-demand audio and video streams to date, Adam Doleac has proven he’s the real deal. A brilliant songwriter, his 2022 debut album “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland” produced a variety of standout tracks, including Gold-certified singles “Famous” and “Another,” both of which went #1 on Sirius XM’s ‘The Highway” and showcase his rare talent and beautiful lyrical skills. Along with his latest releases “Don’t Make Me Get Over You,” “Biggest Fan,” and “Wrong Side of a Sunrise” (both the studio version and the highly-requested demo version). Adam is successfully finding his own lane with a signature sound infusing elements of country music, soul, and soft rock, making a name for himself in the music industry.
Self-taught on guitar, drums, piano, and vocals, he’s a standout performer with shows consistently attracting audiences through his charisma, stage presence, and mesmerizing ability to play multiple instruments throughout his set. Earlier this year, AD wrapped his sold-out, headlining “Barstool Whiskey Wonderland Tour,” followed by a string of festivals and headlining shows across the nation this summer. He recently wrapped a string of shows opening for Old Dominion on their “No Bad Vibes” Tour and will be joining Carly Pearce this Fall on her nationwide “Country Music Made Me Do It,” Tour with notable stops in New York, Boston, Detroit, Los Angeles, and more.
Direct Support: Graham Barham
Hailing from a rural Louisiana village called Oak Ridge, singer/songwriter Graham Barham infuses his music with so many unforgettable images specific to small Southern towns: moss ponds and magnolia trees, pickup trucks and one-lane roads, to name just a few. But as shown on his debut breakout singles —the Nashville-based musician has a rare gift for turning that homespun storytelling into songs epic in emotional scope showcasing his singular brand of country: soulful, straight from the heart, and steeped in lived-in detail.
At age 18, Barham moved to Nashville and soon started writing for other artists, steadily honing the potent balance of humanity and honesty and self-aware humor that now defines his lyrics. Mostly produced by Will Bundy (a songwriter/producer who’s also worked with Keith Urban, Thomas Rhett, and Jason Aldean), Barham’s debut body of work delivers plenty of bittersweet reflection on the ups and downs of finding your way in the world. “A lot of my songs are about the man I’m trying to become, but I also want to be truthful about who I am presently and the man I was in the past. I hope people can connect with what I’m saying, and that it gives them that feeling when you listen to a song and you need to start it back up right away. It’s a kind of feeling you can’t even put to words—but I hope it affects them in a very positive way.”