Dan + Shay to Host ‘Good Things’ Album Release Concert In Nashville

This is the first major concert event at Centennial Park!

Written by Lauren Laffer
Dan + Shay to Host ‘Good Things’ Album Release Concert In Nashville
NEW YORK, NEW YORK - JULY 16: Dan Smyers and Shay Mooney of Dan + Shay perform On "Today" Show at Rockefeller Plaza on July 16, 2021 in New York City. (Photo by Dia Dipasupil/Getty Images)

Dan + Shay will celebrate the release of their fourth studio album, Good Things, with the Good Things Album Release Concert on release day, August 13, in Nashville, TN. The show will take place at the Great Lawn at Centennial Park and will mark the first large concert to happen at the park. The duo will perform a full concert, including the new songs, and there will also be food, drinks, and exclusive merchandise available for fans.

“NASHVILLE! it’s been over a year since our two (arena) tour shows, so we wanted to do something special for you. this time, we have a NEW ALBUM to celebrate and we’re throwing a huge party on the great lawn in centennial park,” the duo wrote on social media.

A limited amount of tickets are available for the show, with pre-sale beginning Monday, July 19 at 12pm CT and general on sale beginning Friday, July 23 at 10am CT. All proceeds for the show will benefit the Centennial Park Conservancy. The concert also serves as the unofficial kick off to The (Arena) Tour 2021, which gets started in September. The tour was originally slated to run in 2020, but the band was forced to postpone after only two shows due to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. The tour marks the long-awaited return to the road for the duo.

Fans are also clamoring after the long-awaited news of their fourth studio album, which the duo announced on July 15. The project is the group’s first release since their self-titled 2018 album and will feature 12 tracks, including hits “10,000 Hours,” “I Should Probably Go To Bed,” and “Glad You Exist.” In addition to announcing the album, Dan + Shay also released the title track, “Good Things,” and its accompanying music video last week.

“We poured every bit of our hearts into this project and have never been more excited for anything in our entire lives,” the duo wrote in the album announcement. “Can’t wait for it to be yours so soon.”