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MCCREERY IS FIVE FOR FIVE IN EUROPE
10/30/19

Triple Tigers/Sony’s Scotty McCreery is celebrating his first European tour by selling-out all five shows. The North Carolina native kicked off the tour with two shows in Germany, followed by three U.K. shows. “This was an incredible week,” says McCreery about his first time performing as part of European Country Music Week.  

Hitting the road again on 11/1 in Tampa, FL, McCreery will join RCA Nashville's Old Dominion as a part of their U.S. Make It Sweet tour. McCreery then follows up by hosting “One Night for Our Military,” an iHeartCountry radio Veteran’s Day special, where he will perform alongside Jason Aldean and Kelsea Ballerini on 11/11.

Pictured above at London’s Bush Hall just before holding an impromptu Brexit vote are (l-r) Spotify Head of Global Programming for Country Music’s John Marks, McCreery, Triple 8’s Scott Stem, U.K. Parliament member Andrew Percy and Triple 8/Triple Tigers' George Couri.