Current three-time CMA nominee Dierks Bentley wrapped his 2018 MOUNTAIN HIGH TOUR this past Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl. Since its launch in May, “expectations were instantly met and exceeded” (Arizona Republic) throughout the 30-city run with Bentley’s “eclectic, likable tour of country styles” (Newsday). Bentley brought along special guests Brothers Osborne and LANCO, and the tour’s final show included a two-song jam with the entire lineup and surprise guest Dwight Yoakam.
“This season of my life has been filled with so much meaning and purpose and this tour played a large role in that,” said Bentley. “We launched it with the new album, which was in a lot of ways a reflection of the fans’ stories we’d heard out on the road, combined with my own personal life and career journey. We played and sold out bucket-list rooms like Madison Square Garden and the Hollywood Bowl. Most importantly, it was a year the friendships that already existed with LANCO, Bothers Osborne and DJ AYDAMN were taken to new levels. The family atmosphere that existed on this tour is something I strive for every year and this year was no exception… it was one of the most fun touring seasons of my life on and off the stage.”