Keith Urban is ready to celebrate the release of Ripcord — so much so that he has announced three concerts in New York City, Nashville and Los Angeles leading up to the album's official release on May 6.

On May 4, Urban will stop in New York City, where he will premiere new music from Ripcord as well as previous hits for fans at Stage 48. Those not in the Big Apple can stream the concert live on Tidal beginning at 8PM ET.

Urban will then return home to Nashville on Monday, May 9, for a free outdoor show in Nashville's Bridgestone Plaza at noon.

"Keith is an asset to this city on every level,” says Butch Spyridon of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp in a press release. "His talent as a singer, songwriter and musician is unquestionable and as a citizen he is a model for others to follow. He has given back time and time again and it is truly appreciated. While he is celebrating the release of his next great record, which is already a hit in our book, he is still giving back! We can't say enough and it is an honor to help celebrate the album release by partnering with him for this this event."

Following Urban's free show in Music City, he will fly off to Los Angeles to perform at the Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater. The intimate show will be moderated by Scott Goldman, Vice President of the Grammy Foundation and MusiCares, and include a performance from Urban and stories behind the writing, producing and recording of Ripcord.

Fans are invited to attend each event. For more information on how to gain access to each show, visit Urban's website.

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