Dan + Shay
The (Arena) Tour featuring The Band CAMINO and Ingrid Andress
- Nov 5 Friday 7:00 PM 6:00 PM Buy Tickets
DAN + SHAY THE (ARENA) TOUR STOP AT STATE FARM ARENA HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED TO FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2021
This concert will now take place on Friday, November 5, 2021. All tickets for the original date of October 2, 2020 will be honored for this new date. For additional information about this rescheduled event, click here.
Three-time consecutive GRAMMY Award-winning duo Dan + Shay are gearing up to get back on the road with their headline Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour kicking off with new 2021 dates beginning September 9 in Greenville, SC. The trek will continue for 30+ dates before concluding on December 7 in Boston, MA and includes a stop at the award-winning State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA on November 5.
Alternative pop rockers The Band CAMINO and 3x GRAMMY nominee and multi-platinum-selling singer-songwriter Ingrid Andress will join The (Arena) Tour as special guests for all dates.
The massive tour, presented by AEG Presents, marked a career milestone for the duo as their first ever headlining arena trek when it officially kicked off in March 2020 with three consecutive sold-out shows – two back-to-back in Nashville, TN and another in Columbus, OH. More than 40,000 tickets were sold across the three nights and as The Tennessean noted at the time, “Even with their three monster hits: ‘Tequila,’ ‘10,000 Hours’ and ‘Speechless,’ it seemed like nearly every song was greeted like a single by the packed house.”
The tour was rescheduled due to COVID-19; all previously purchased tickets will be honored for new, rescheduled dates as outlined below.
Dan + Shay have continued their meteoric rise to superstar status throughout 2020 and 2021. In March, they won their third consecutive GRAMMY Award for Best Country Duo/Group Performance, making them the first artist to do so since the category’s inception. They also recently pulled off a three-peat at the 56th annual ACM Awards in April, taking home their third straight Duo of the Year title and performing their new hit single “Glad You Exist” from Nashville’s esteemed Bluebird Café. They are currently nominated for an iHeart Radio Music Award in the all-genre Best Duo/Group of the Year category and are Billboard Music Awards finalists for Top Duo/Group and Top Country Duo/Group. The duo has performed on countless television stages and recently teamed up with Blake Shelton on the current milestone 20th season of NBC’s The Voice, where they served as Shelton’s Battle Advisors.
Fans can expect no shortage of hits each night from Dan + Shay’s undeniable catalog, including “10,000 Hours” with superstar Justin Bieber (top-streamed country track on Spotify’s Hot Country in 2020 and the highest first week streaming in country music history), and “Tequila” (6x Platinum with 1+ billion global streams) and “Speechless” (5x Platinum with 1+ billion global streams).
In the eight years since they formed, Dan + Shay have surpassed seven billion global career streams (with over four billion impressions in 2020 alone), accumulated 37 total RIAA certifications and achieved eight No. 1 singles at country radio. “Glad You Exist” has amassed 70+ million global streams to date and follows their recent No.1, RIAA Platinum-certified smash “I Should Probably Go To Bed,” which has surpassed 1.4 million U.S. track equivalents and 250+ million global streams. The duo shattered records with their single “10,000 Hours,” which has garnered over 1.5 billion global streams to date, was the fastest country song to reach over one million U.S. track equivalents in 2019 and spent 21 weeks at No.1 on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart (5th longest run in chart history). They have earned multiple GRAMMY, CMA, ACM, American Music, and Billboard Music Award wins and nominations. Dan + Shay The (Arena) Tour follows their sold-out Dan + Shay The Tour in 2019.
Dubbed "Rock's next big thing" by Billboard, and one of People’s “Ones to Watch” for 2021, hailing from Memphis, Tennessee, The Band CAMINO’s founding members Jeffery Jordan (vocals, guitar) and Spencer Stewart (vocals, guitar) first met at the University of Memphis. Garrison Burgess (drums) joined the band in 2018 after Jeffery and Spencer moved to Nashville. The band’s Elektra Records debut EP, tryhard, featured fan-favorites "Daphne Blue," "See Through," and "Honest." "Daphne Blue" made waves on AltNation spending multiple weeks at #1 on the Alt18 countdown, while the band received additional media coverage from Billboard, Ones To Watch, LADYGUNN, Paste, Consequence of Sound, American Songwriter, Elite Daily, LA Weekly, and more. 2019 also saw The Band CAMINO embark on a completely sold-out U.S. headline tour, along with numerous festival appearances at Forecastle, Lollapalooza, and Austin City Limits, where they were named a "breakout act" by Grammy.com. With a highly anticipated album releasing later this year featuring their singles “1 Last Cigarette” and “Sorry Mom”; a Saturday spot at Bonnaroo on September 4; and extensive touring plans, The Band CAMINO will continue to push boundaries as the rock band of the pop generation. For more information on The Band CAMINO please visit: Instagram | Twitter | YouTube
“A signpost for modern female complexity,” (Billboard) Warner Music Nashville / Atlantic Records recording artist Ingrid Andress received three GRAMMY nominations earlier this year and was the only country artist nominated in the general field “Big Four” categories as a Best New Artist nominee, tying Miranda Lambert as this year’s most-nominated country artist. A 4X ACM Awards nominee, she co-wrote and co-produced every song on her debut album, Lady Like, which features her Multi-Platinum-selling, No. 1 debut single “More Hearts Than Mine,” and her current single “Lady Like,” which is climbing the country radio charts now. Amazon Music recently announced “A Lady Like That”, a new short film spotlighting Andress and premiering on May 14. Watch the trailer, which offers a glimpse into the story of the young artist and songwriter forging her own path in the music industry, HERE. In addition, the 2020 CMA, ACM and CMT Music Awards nominee took home Song of the Year honors from both the MusicRow Awards and NSAI’s Nashville Songwriter Awards. With over 500 million streams to date, she has received widespread acclaim from outlets such as The New York Times, NPR, HUFFPOST, Entertainment Weekly, ELLE, Teen Vogue, WWD, PAPER and Wonderland to name a few and has made several national TV performances including appearances on ELLEN, The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, The Late Late Show with James Corden, TODAY, Late Night with Seth Meyers, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, The 54th Annual CMA Awards and The 2020 CMT Music Awards.
Mandatory Face Coverings
- Regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status or negative test result, all guests are required to wear a face-covering throughout the arena unless they are eating or drinking in their seats.
- Face coverings must cover the nose and mouth.
- Children under 2 years of age will not require a face covering.
- Neck gaiters, bandanas, and masks with valves or vents are not permitted.
COVID-19 Health & Safety Protocols
The Atlanta Hawks & State Farm Arena maintain that the health and safety of our fans, players, partners, and staff is our top priority. We will continue to work closely with local and state health officials, infectious disease specialists, and the NBA for best practices to avoid the spread of COVID-19. To learn more about our protocols, click here.
*Information on this page is subject to change in accordance with the CDC and local health officials.
Contactless Entry, Screening & Transactions
- Anyone with symptoms should stay home.
- Mobile tickets will be used for entry into State Farm Arena. How to Manage Mobile Tickets
- State Farm Arena will be a cashless environment. Card payment will be required at all ticket, food & beverage, and retail locations. We suggest contactless payments such as tap to pay, contactless Chase cards.
- X-ray scanners have been staged at all entrances to reduce touchpoints for bag checks. Bags must meet the 14” x 14” x 6” size requirement.
- Parking can be reserved in advance with ParkMobile.
- For guests coming to a Hawks game, click here to learn more.
Plan Your Visit
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State Farm Arena is a cashless environment. Card payment will be required at all ticket, food & beverage, and retail locations. No cash payments will be accepted. We suggest contactless payments such as tap to pay, contactless Chase cards.
Parking + Transportation
Parking can be reserved in advance with ParkMobile.
State Farm Arena is located in the heart of downtown Atlanta, near the intersection of Marietta Street and Centennial Olympic Park Drive.
Our address is 1 State Farm Drive, Atlanta, GA 30303.
Whether you're driving yourself, catching MARTA, or hopping in an Uber or Lyft, there are plenty of convenient ways to get to State Farm Arena.
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State Farm Arena is required to prohibit all bags, including briefcases, purses, luggage, and diaper bags, larger than 14" x 14" x 6" from being brought into the arena. Backpacks and hard-sided bags of any kind are also prohibited. Single-compartment drawstring bags and fashion backpack purses that are smaller than 14" x 14" x 6" are permitted.
State Farm Arena does not permit the following items into the arena:
- Weapons (guns, knives, pepper spray, mace, chains, spiked bracelets, brass knuckles, etc.)
- Aerosol cans
- Backpacks (with the exception of single-compartment drawstring bags that meet the NBA bag-size requirements and media backpacks that have been screened at the media entrance). Purses (including fashion backpack purses) and diaper bags that have the appearance of backpacks will be allowed, provided that they meet the 14" x 14" x 6" size requirement.
- Hard-sided bags
- Outside food or beverages
- Whistles, air horns, electric noise makers or vuvuzelas
- Illegal drugs or drug paraphernalia
- Beach balls, frisbees, bats, clubs, or any projectile
- Laser light pointers
- Optical illusions (items intended to create optical illusions or interfere with the ability of the eye to perceive depth or distance, such as pin wheels or umbrellas)
- Cameras with interchangeable or detachable lenses, or fixed lenses larger than 3 inches are prohibited at State Farm Arena
- Poles, selfie-sticks, tripods, monopods and missile-like objects that can be thrown
- Clothing, garments or signs displaying explicit language, profanity or derogatory characterization towards any person(s)
Bags that exceed the 14" x 14" x 6" size requirement can be checked outside the arena for a ($5) cash fee.
State Farm Arena Management reserves the right to prohibit other items as deemed necessary.