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January 22, 2019

Known as “A Night to Remember” the Canadian Trek Continues
Tonight in Winnipeg, MB

Fans Can Relive The “Most Anticipated” Show of the Year
Through Video Reel Highlights
NASHVILLE, TN – Jan. 22, 2019 –  Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley gave fans in Canada a dose of what’s in store for the year as he launched his 2019 BURNING MAN TOUR with special guests Jon Pardi, Tenille Townes and the Hot Country Knights. While reconnecting with fans in Hamilton, ON (1/17), Ottawa, ON (1/18) and Oshawa, ON (1/19), Bentley delivered his biggest hits and new music off his No. One selling album THE MOUNTAIN. Known to “really blow the audience away” (The Star Phoenix), Bentley worked the “stage in a way that connected with every single body in the stadium” (Ottawa Citizen).

Bentley “has always been genuine in his delivery” (Billboard) and the tour named after “his biggest, toughest cut” (Rolling Stone) and Top 5 single “Burning Man” from THE MOUNTAIN is no exception. With upgraded lighting and design, a restless setlist and collaborations with openers, Pardi (Dwight Yoakam’s “Guitars and Cadillacs”) and Townes (“Different For Girls”) critics and fans agree that Bentley “has put together a tour that is sure to please,” (The Hamilton Spectator).

“There’s always a party when Dierks Bentley comes to town. The festivities were in full swing for the 9,200 young, exuberant fans in the crowd. Bentley’s main set cranked the fun factor up to a whole new level for everyone in the building with a bigger, louder and more focused show.”  – Ottawa Citizen

“The much anticipated show rocked the Canadian Tire Centre last night and it was a night to remember, in more ways than one. Dierks reinvents himself each time he hits the road… effects…showmanship and massive stage presence… it’s something magical.” – Soundcheck Entertainment

“After years of steady touring, Bentley has honed his road show into a carefully paced mix of country rock anthems, touching ballads and raucous boozers.” – The Hamilton Spectator

“The only thing better than Bentley on stage is Bentley on ice,” (ET Canada) which he proved by “dropping Country music’s coolest tour promo” (NASH Country Daily) as he and his tourmates converged on the rink for some ice capades-inspired choreography that fans can watch here. The tour picks back up tonight (1/22) in Winnipeg, MB as the nine-city Canadian trek continues throughout the month. Nearly 25 cities across the US and Canada experiencing the first leg through March, including his return to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena after making a sold-out headlining debut in 2016. For more information, visit