Keith Urban wraps things up Down Under, brings Graffiti U tour to Europe

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Keith Urban hadn’t toured his home country in nearly two years, so it’s no wonder the Australian leg of the Graffiti U World Tour was a big success.

Keith played sold-out shows to over 100,000 fans in cities like Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne, as well as a club show that benefited Rural Aid, which provides relief for victims of Australia’s droughts.  You can watch a YouTube video of Keith’s adventures Down Under now.

Next up for Keith — who debuted a brand-new song called “We Were” Thursday at Nashville’s Country Radio Seminar — is a run of shows in Europe.  Starting March 2, he’ll play four shows as part of the Country 2 Country festival in Berlin, Germany, along with Lindsay Ell, Brett Eldredge, Hunter Hayes, Cam and others.

After those dates, Keith plays a pre-tour club show in London, as well as a show at London’s O2 Arena with Lady Antebellum and Chris Stapleton.  Shows in Scotland are also on the agenda.

Keith’s latest single “Never Coming Down” just broke into country’s Top 20.

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