HARDY Wraps Up ‘Epic’ 5 Years of Touring With Morgan Wallen

It’s the end of an era for HARDY and Morgan Wallen. The two have spent the last several years touring together, with HARDY opening for Wallen on his recent The Dangerous Tour and One Night At A Time World Tour, along with other dates. But now, their time on stage has ended, and no one is more grateful than HARDY for the time they had together.

“5 years of touring with [Morgan Wallen] came to an end last night,” HARDY shared on social media. “There’s so much I can say about how much it’s done for me and my career, but at the end of the day, it all ends in ‘thank you.’. So, thank you. I love you like a brother and these have been the most epic 5 years of my life. And I hate the word epic. But damn it’s true. So proud of ya and everything you accomplished.”

HARDY has also been headlining his own shows, including his recent the mockingbird & THE CROW Tour, in honor of his most recent album of the same name.

HARDY will likely headline even bigger tours in the future, since his career is at an all-time high. The 33-year-old just won two CMA Awards, both for his “wait in the truck” collaboration with  Lainey Wilson. The song also won the pair two ACM Awards, and a People’s Choice Country Award.

Earlier this year, HARDY predicted how he would feel when their time touring together came to an inevitable end.

“Me and Morgan had a conversation the other day about how it’s gonna be a really sad day, but a cool day at the same time, where we hopefully, one day, that we can’t tour with each other because we’ll be at the same level — and ERNEST too,” he said on Audacy’s Superstar Power Hour.

“That’s kind of Nashville in a nutshell though,” he added. “It’s a competitive town, but people really are rooting for each other’s success. I love that about this town.”

HARDY recently made headlines when he bravely canceled a few shows on his own tour, in order to deal with his own crippling anxiety, which stemmed from a bus accident he was in last year that resulted in serious injuries.

“I need to be honest with everyone for a second,” HARDY said at the time. “I’ve been dealing with some serious anxiety since the bus accident last year and over the last two weeks, it has taken control of my life. It’s caused me to suffer many panic attacks which have landed me in the hospital. I need a moment to focus on me and to make myself better for my wife, family, and you, the fans,”

HARDY currently has a top 25 hit, with “Truck Bed.” Find all of his music and tour dates at HardyOfficial.com.