Jon Pardi Releases New Single, Announces Next Album and Tour

To follow up the Platinum-certified "California Sunrise," Jon Pardi has announced his new album, single and fall tour in support of them.

With a Platinum-selling second album cycle, Jon Pardi is ready to release his third album this fall. The album will be named after his next single, Heartache Medication. The song, which he wrote with Barry Dean and Natalie Hemby, was co-produced by longtime collaborator Bart Butler. The album and tour to follow this fall will both also be naed after Heartache Medication. The tour will feature newcomer Riley Green, an apt tour partner as he, too, is a neo-tradtional country artist. Pardi revealed the new single showcases a taste of what is to come on the next record exclusively to the Associated Press, noting “the songs lift you up. They put you in a higher place.”
"The single 'Heartache Medication' has an 80’s George Strait 'Fool Hearted Memory' feel to it, and is something people can dance to,” said Pardi. “That’s something I really wanted for this album. There really are no sad songs on this record-it covers a range of subjects, but is ultimately about moving on, and having a good time.”

The Heartache Medication Tour, featuring direct support Riley Green,* with select pre-sale opportunities starting May 28 and tickets available to purchase everywhere starting May 31. Marking a career first, Pardi will headline back-to-back nights at the historic Ryman Auditorium, where he will kick off his headlining Heartache Medication Tour in Nashville on Oct. 1 and 2.
Every online ticket purchase for the Heartache Medication Tour  will come with one CD copy of Pardi’s Heartache Medication album. Ticket purchasers will receive an additional email with instructions on how to redeem the CD. Pre-order the album Heartache Medication here, and purchase tickets to the upcoming tour here.

Live Nation is serving as the official tour promoter for the Heartache Medication Tour.

*Riley Green on select Heartache Medication dates

10/01/19: Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
10/02/19: Nashville, TN, Ryman Auditorium
10/04/19: Minneapolis, MN, The Armory
10/05/19: Milwaukee, WI, Eagle's Ballroom*
10/10/19: Oklahoma City, OK, The Criterion
10/11/19: Houston, TX, White Oak Music Hall
10/12/19: Helotes, TX, Floores Country Store*
10/24/19: Seattle, WA, Paramount Theatre
10/25/19: Boise, ID, Revolution Concert House and Event Center
10/26/19: Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot*
10/31/19: Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre*
11/01/1: San Diego, CA, Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre*
11/02/19: Bakersfield, CA, Rabobank Theater
*Does not include Riley Green; support to be announced soon