Morgan Wallen announces a trip across the country following the racist scandal

The "Dangerous Tour" will last for about eight months from February. ! ! ! ! ! !

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Morgan Wallen, who was released on the radio with his company this year after being caught in a racist video, has announced a trip across the country.

The "Dangerous Tour" will last for about eight months from February, announced Monday. Wallen will perform in 46 cities, including two nights at Madison Square Garden in New York and one at Los Angeles' Staples Center.

Wallen was temporarily removed from the national radio playlist after a video released in February showed him scolding his friend.

Following the incident, sales of Wallen's digital album increased by almost 1,220 percent, and sales of his songs increased by 327 percent. His album “Dangerous: The Double Album” remains the most successful album of the year so far, and his live performances have sold out in minutes.

In a July ABC interview with "Good Morning America," Wallen, 28, said he had not yet considered what the response to his racist behavior would be to the South African music industry.

“I didn’t sit down and think about that,” he said.

After the video was released, Wallen posted an apology on his Instagram account, asking his followers not to defend his actions.

Wallen's trip is sponsored by Live Nation, which is facing charges after 10 people were killed and several others injured in Travis Scott's Astroworld musical crowd in Houston.

Wallen and Live Nation did not immediately respond to requests for comment Tuesday.

Morgan Wallen, who was released on the radio with his company this year after being caught in a racist video, has announced a trip across the country.

The "Dangerous Tour" will last for about eight months from February, announced Monday. Wallen will perform in 46 cities, including two nights at Madison Square Garden in New York and one at Los Angeles' Staples Center.

Wallen was temporarily removed from the national radio playlist after a video released in February showed him scolding his friend.

Following the incident, sales of Wallen's digital album increased by almost 1,220 percent, and sales of his songs increased by 327 percent. His album “Dangerous: The Double Album” remains the most successful album of the year so far, and his live performances have sold out in minutes.

In a July ABC interview with "Good Morning America," Wallen, 28, said he had not yet considered what the response to his racist behavior would be to the South African music industry.