Patrick Droney Sells Out Multiple Cities and Adds Additional Tour Stops

Breakout singer/songwriter and celebrated artist Patrick Droney continues to expand his fall tour amid multiple sold out shows coast-to-coast. As his “new chapter is already resonating with audiences,” (American Songwriter) evidenced with selling-out famed venues including NYC’s The Bowery Ballroom, LA’s Troubadour and Chicago’s Schubas, the fast-rising Warner Records’ artist announced additional shows in San Francisco on September 20 and Philadelphia on September 30. Tickets for new shows will go on-sale on Friday, July 9 at 10am local time at www.patrickdroney.com and a full list of tour dates is below.

The tour supports State Of The Heart, Droney’s debut “gem of an album” (PEOPLE), available now via Warner Records. Amassing 21.6 MILLION streams and a performance on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert since its release, the album’s “rocking tracks and meaningful moments” (American Songwriter) continue to receive overwhelming acclaim from fans and critics.

“I couldn’t be more thrilled to bring this body of work onto the stage,” Droney shared. “State of the Heart came to form in an era where performance conversation wasn’t possible, so all of that energy was poured into the making this record. The very heart of what I do is live performance and I know so many inspired moments will come from that human connection in these venues that are so dear to me. I know not a single second will be taken for granted.”

Patrick Droney Fall Tour Dates:
8/6/21 – The Grey Eagle – Asheville, NC
8/7/21 – Vinyl – Atlanta, GA
9/3/21 – Eastern Idaho State Fair – Blackfoot, ID +
9/20/21 – The Independent – San Francisco, CA
9/22/21 – Troubadour – Los Angeles, CA – SOLD OUT
9/29/21 – The Bowery Ballroom – New York City – SOLD OUT *
9/30/21 – Underground Arts – Philadelphia, PA
10/20/21 – Brooklyn Bowl – Nashville, TN **
11/1/21 – Schubas – Chicago, IL – SOLD OUT

+ Indicates supporting Sheryl Crow
* Indicates Dylan Owen as show support
** Indicates Sarah Buxton as show support