Conan Gray at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

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Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill | Sterling Heights, Michigan

Conan Gray

We've all cried to his heart-striking tracks, especially when he belts out "I wish I were Heather..." Chills! Now, the "Wish You Were Sober" singer is gearing up for the release of his newest upcoming album "Found Heaven", featuring his new roster of hits - "Never Ending Song", "Winner", "Killing Me", "Lonely Dancers", and "Alley Rose". Following the LP's official release this April, the singer is also launching the "Found Heaven On Tour", performing across North America with a stop at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre on Saturday, September 21. Masie Peters will join Gray on stage as the tour's special guest. His new record follows 2022's massively successful "Superache" which shared his hit singles "People Watching" and "Memories". Kicking off a new era in full swing, Found Heaven On Tour will bring his new anthems and all-time fan favorites to life. Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Conan Gray is set to release his third LP "Found Heaven" on April 5th via Republic Records. Following his duo of successful releases, "Kid Krow" and "Superache", the young star is set to keep all the tears flowing with his new anthems striking the heart. "Found Heaven" includes his newly-released singles "Never Ending Song", "Winner", "Killing Me", "Lonely Dancers", and "Alley Rose".

In support of his upcoming record, Conan Gray is launching "Found Heaven On Tour", joined by Masie Peters as his special guest. Kicking off in Australia, Gray will be heading to North America this Fall, performing a couple of shows in major cities.

"Can’t wait to be together screaming FH (plus all of our favorite classics) so soon," Gray shared on Instagram.

As his discography grows and new hits take global airwaves by storm, we can't wait to see what his set will be! These "favorite classics" could include "Crush Culture", "Checkmate", "Comfort Crowd", "The Cut That Always Bleeds", "Astronomy", "Memories", "People Watching", and many more.

As his music provided an escape through life's challenges and scars, Conan Gray soon found the world shed a tear at his vulnerable and relatable songs that strike the feels. His lyrical tales were praised around the globe and hailed as pop's next big thing. Every story spoke volumes about the pain, hurt, and healing that one goes through, such as those in "Maniac", "Wish You Were Sober", and "Heather".

His debut album "Kid Krow" was released in March 2020, hitting the #5 spot on the U.S. Billboard 200, becoming the biggest debut of the year by a United States artist. He followed this up with his second album "Superache", to the acclaim of his growing fanbase and critics alike. "I wrote these songs for me," he told NYLON. "All I knew is that I didn’t want to repeat myself and say the same things I said on Kid Krow and I think life has changed enough for me to have new things to say."

In a recent interview with Dork, Conan Gray shares that Found Heaven was made "with the intention of wanting to surprise people". Heading back on tour following its upcoming release, we're stoked to witness his new tales come to life.

"Touring is the moment where it becomes this massively healing process where I take these emotions that are so personal and so painful, and then I get to look out into a crowd of people who are furiously screaming every single word back to me." Conan tells TexasMonthly.

Don't miss out by booking your tickets now!

Conan Gray at Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

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