Heading to Amalie Arena to see Kane Brown in concert? Make sure you stop by the 99.5 QYK set-up on the plaza before you head into the show. You can hang with Tampa Bay’s Morning Krewe and take a pic in our Photobooth! See you at Kane Brown’s “Blessed and Free Tour” at Amalie Arena with Walker Hayes and RaeLynn.

Earlier this month, Kane Brown announced his tour is going international! The “Drunk or Dreaming Tour” will kick off September 17 in Melbourne, Australia, before continuing throughout Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the UK, and Europe.

Just this week Brown also announced he started his own cereal line called Kane Krunch, which fans can buy online.

Kane posted a photo of himself on Instagram hugging his new cereal brand. He wrote, “Does anyone else love cereal as much as I do?! Kane Krunch is available now.”

Here are 9 things you need to know for the Kane Brown concert on Saturday, May 21st.


  • Is it sold out?

    No, as of Wednesday afternoon (5/18/22) there are limited tickets left in the 300 level via Ticketmaster. There are lower-level tickets available as verified resale tickets. If you think you might want to go don’t wait to get your tickets, they may not be there when you decide.

  • How much are tickets?

    According to Ticketmaster, tickets range from $75 to $120 + fees. Verified resale tickets run from $75 up to $1,100 for a seat on the floor.

  • What time does the show start?

    Doors open at 5:00 pm. There is a DJ set that starts at 5:30 pm, but the first artist hits the stage at 7:00 pm. Make sure you stop by the 99.5 QYK set-up on the plaza before you head into the show. You can hang with Tampa Bay’s Morning Krewe and take a pic in our Photobooth!

    *times subject to change without notice

  • What can I bring in?

    Bags smaller than 12x12x12 inches, small point-and-click cameras, binoculars.

  • What CAN'T I bring in?

    • Bags larger than 12x12x12 inches, backpacks or wrapped packages
    • Small “point and click” cameras are permitted, and all other cameras are prohibited. Video and audio recording devices and camera bags are also prohibited.
    • Binoculars are permitted. Binocular bags are not permitted
    • Laser pointers
    • Weapons of any kind
    • Bottles, cans, or containers of any kind
    • Sharp objects, sticks or poles of any kind
    • Fireworks
    • Pepper spray or mace
    • Food or beverage items
    • Drugs or controlled substances
    • Chairs, folding chairs or any other type of individual chair for use
    • Large banners or signs, banners or signs with objectionable language, banners or signs on a pole of any kind
    • Noisemakers and horns
  • How much is parking?

    Pre-purchased parking passes for Amalie Arena events are handled via ParkWhiz. Prices for the show are $20-$25 depending on where you choose to park. You can also park further out along the TECO Streetcar Line and take it to Amalie Arena station (#8) for FREE.

    More info on parking and directions to Amalie Arena can be found here >>


  • Fan safety guidelines:

    At this time, the venue website says “this event does not require a negative covid test (or proof of full vaccination) for entry. Subject to change.”

  • Where can I get food?

    You can stop by Sparkman Wharf, Columbia Cafe inside the Tampa History Center, American Social, Jackson’s, or any of the restaurants that are in the surrounding hotels. To ensure a smooth evening you may want to call and see if you can make a reservation.

    If you want to grab food inside Amalie Arena, you can plan your meal here.

  • Set Times:

      • 5:30 pm: DJ Jevity
      • 7:00 pm: RaeLynn
      • 8:00 pm: Walker Hayes
      • 9:30 pm: Kane Brown


    *times subject to change without notice