Things to know before heading to the Kane Brown concert

Country music fans are in for a treat! Kane Brown is bringing his Live Forever Tour to the Show Me Center stage on Friday, March 1.

Kane Brown comes to Show Me Center

This is his first headline arena tour.

Special guests Granger Smith and Jimmie Allen will accompany Brown in Cape Girardeau.

It’s the first sold out concert to fill the Show Me Center since Chris Stapleton was here two years ago.

Things to know:

  • Arrive early: doors open at 6 p.m. The show will begin at 7 p.m.
  • Traffic will be heavy on Sprigg Street, expect delays
  • Parking will cost $5
  • Everyone will go through a security check at the door
  • Items to leave at home: firearms, weapons of any kind including mace, outside drink and food, noisemakers, hoverboards, selfie sticks, go pros, professional camera equipment, glow sticks, signs with vulgar language, and signs on sticks.
  • No re-entry is allowed.

Organizers are urging fans to get there early.

“We want everyone to enjoy the show because we’re super excited to have him here,” Abbie Jo Lady said, the marketing director for the Show Me Center.

About the tour:

The tour includes 22 stops with artists like Danielle Bradberry and RaeLynn.

Brown will be making a stop in Bloomington, Illinois before coming down to Southeast Missouri.

This news comes just two days after Kane Brown released the cover art for his new album Experiment. 

His second studio album dropped on Nov. 6 and will feature his hit “Weekend.”

But fans can get a taste for Kane Brown when his new song “Homesick’ becomes available Sept. 7.

Other songs you might know are “Heaven,” “Used to Love You Sober” and “What Ifs.”

In October of 2017, Brown became the first artist to have simultaneous number ones on all five main country charts.