Colton Dixon Announces Fall Tour Dates


Atlantic Recording Artist Colton Dixon has announced his fall 2024 Up + Up Tour featuring Austin French with special guest Jeremy Rosado.  Sponsored by Compassion International, the tour will kick off September 19th in Dothan, AL and ultimately hit 24 other cities across the country.  Tickets for fifteen of the shows are on sale now via, with more being added daily.  So far there are no shows scheduled in Tennessee. Additionally, limited VIP Tickets with early entry Q&A and signed tour poster are available. 

Named after his brand new single, “UP + UP,” Dixon is excited to share the stage with French and Rosado.

“I’m stoked to be on the road with such incredible artists sharing a common goal,” remarked Dixon. “The message of “UP + UP” is that God’s plan is to give us a hope and a future – lifting us up and up again no matter the battle. That’s exactly what this fall tour is all about.” 

New single, “UP + UP” collects 23 adds in its first week at radio

“UP + UP” has received a very warm welcome at Christian radio, with 23 adds in its first week alone, including including KLTY/Dallas; WGTS/Washington DC; WCIE/Tampa; KLJY/St. Louis; and WJQK/Grand Rapids. He performed the track live for the first time at the annual Christian Music Broadcasters MOMENTUM conference in Orlando, FL.  

Most recently Dixon received his first RIAA Gold-Certification for his massive hit, “Build A Boat,” the biggest Christian radio song of 2022 holding the No. 1 spot for 11 weeks and also receiving Song of the Year nominations for both the K-LOVE Fan Awards and GMA Dove Awards.   

Who Is Colton Dixon?

Colton Dixon first emerged as a phenomenon after finishing in the top seven on Season 11 of American Idol. Delivering a series of fan favorite albums, 2013’s A Messenger achieved “the biggest first-week sales by a new solo Christian act” and catapulted into the Top 15 of the Billboard 200 and #1 on the Billboard Christian Albums Chart, not to mention, joining the iconic company of Harry Connick, Jr. and Billy Joel as a Steinway & Sons artist. A year later, Anchor yielded his third and fourth #1 hits on Christian Hot AC with “More of You” and “Through It All.” In 2017, he returned to #1 on the Christian Albums Chart for the third time. He has collected a pair of Dove Awards in the categories of “Rock/Contemporary Album” and “Recorded Music Packaging.” Following an invite from the White House, he also shined at the 2019 National Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony in addition to performing on Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight and in the pages of Peoplemagazine. During 2020, he embarked on a new chapter with Atlantic Records ignited by the self-titled Colton Dixon EP and runaway hit “Miracles”—one of his most popular tracks to date. 2022 saw him make his show-stopping debut at the Grand Ole Opry amid kicking off another era and experiencing a creative breakthrough with “Build A Boat.” Between the original and duet version with multi platinum country songstress Gabby Barrett, it has reeled in over 100 million streams. It stood out as “the longest running Mediabase Christian AC #1 song of 2022” and locked down #1 on the Billboard Hot Christian Songs Chart and Christian AC Airplay Chart. People premiered the accompanying music video and hailed it as “inspiring” for its depiction of the work of medical charity Mercy Ships. 

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