Kane Brown is hitting the road for an international headlining tour in 2020, and he's excited to get the chance to take his wife Katelyn and infant daughter, Kingsley, along for the ride.

Brown announced the cities and dates for his 2020 Worldwide Beautiful Tour on Thursday (Nov. 7), revealing a string of overseas dates that commence in Dublin on Feb. 2 and visit London, Paris, Amsterdam and Berlin before returning to the United States for a run of dates from Feb. 29-May 9. Russell Dickerson and Chris Lane are joining him as opening acts for his first run of shows since his longtime drummer, Kenny Dixon, died in a car accident on Oct. 12.

The tour marks his first headlining shows overseas, and it will also mark the first time his daughter — who was born on Oct. 29 — will get to join him on the road. Brown tells Nashville's Tennessean newspaper that his wife and daughter will join him and his band for some of the dates.

“They probably won’t be at every stop, but we plan to have the family out as much as possible,” he shares. “The band and everyone's all excited to have her out.”

Brown released a song titled "For My Daughter" after he and his wife welcomed Kingsley. The song is a promise to his daughter that he will be there for her in a way that his own father was not for him.

"I feel like a lot of stuff in my life has led to this moment, and being able to be there for her and be better for her is inspiring,” Brown states. “This is the first tour she will get to see what her dad does, so I want to be able to put on the best show, make the best music, be the best dad ... Just overall try to be the best version of myself for our family and the fans that have been with us through everything this year.”

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