Jon Pardi shared a quick update on Instagram after taking a break from social media, just in time to kick off his long-awaited “Mr. Saturday Night World Tour” — named in honor of Pardi’s fourth full-length studio album that made its debut in September 2022 — in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Pardi said he’s “been off social media for a little over a month,” and has spend the time “working on some things” ahead of the world tour. The country hitmaker also apologized again for postponing the UK and European leg of the tour, which he announced last month. Pardi said at that time that he “appreciate(s) you all understanding as we get new dates on the calendar, and really excited to get over there to the fans soon.”
Pardi said he’s “ready to kick [the tour] off,” beginning with the show in East Tennessee on Thursday night (September 28). The U.S. dates also include stops in Kentucky, Georgia, Florida, Texas, California and other destinations, along with shows in Amsterdam, Hamburg, Oslo, Stockholm and more. Midland, Jackson Dean, Randall King, Ella Langley, and DJ Highmax are set to join Pardi on the “2023 Mr. Saturday Night World Tour” on select dates. Pardi said he’s “looking forward to the rest of the year,” as the world tour gets underway.