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Dierks Bentley To Kick Off 2024 US Open With ‘Sounds Of The Open’ Concert

Dierks Bentley is making his way to the tennis court this summer to headline the Sounds of the Open at Louis Armstrong Stadium in Queens, New York. Per the U.S. Open's website, Sounds of the Open will kick off three weeks of the US Open related events. Fan Week will run from Monday, Aug. 19, and run through Sunday, Aug., 25, during which the grounds of the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center are free and open to the public.  RELATED: Dierks Bentley: The Real Reason He Quit Drinking Bentley will be joined by special guest Chase Rice for the Sounds of the Open concert. The US Open Tennis Championships will take place from August 26 through September 8. Tickets for 'Sounds of the Open' will go on sale via artist presale on Tuesday, June 11, at 10 a.m. The general on-sale will begin on Friday, June 14, at 10 a.m., via Ticketmaster.com. https://twitter.com/usopen/status/1800498344055185875 Bentley is currently out on the road for his headlining ‘Gravel & Gold Tour’ with stops coming up in Toledo, OH, Noblesville, IN, Cincinnati, OH, Lafayette, LA, and Orange Beach, AL. He is joined by Rice as well as Lee Brice, Graham Barham, Tyler Braden, Kaitlin Butts, Mae Estes, Ella Langley, Randy Rogers Band, Zach Top, Tanner Usrey, and Bella White on select dates. “We are so locked in with this production that it allows me to be living right in the moment with the fans, and that’s the magic," expressed Bentley in a press statement. He continued, "I’m bringing along some old friends and some newer artists who are all putting their own unique spin on country, bluegrass and Americana music. I can’t wait to watch their shows and hopefully sing with them too. Those collaborations are a highlight of my summer every year.” In 2023, Bentley released his tenth studio album of the same name, Gravel & Gold, featuring "Gold," "Something Real," and "Cowboy Boots" featuring Ashley McBryde. Most recently, the Nashville hitmaker unveiled a reimagined version of Tom Petty's "American Girl," watch here. Click here for more information on Dierks Bentley's upcoming show dates.

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