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Kameron Marlowe and Meagan Bennington at the 59th Academy of Country Music Awards at Ford Center at The Star on May 16, 2024 in Frisco, Texas; photo courtesy of ACM

Kameron Marlowe has already had a busy start to the new year, and it doesn’t look like it’s slowing down anytime soon. Not only is the country star busy maintaining his rapidly growing career, but he’s also busy planning his wedding to his soon-to-be wife, Meagan Bennington.

When I recently spoke to Country Now about his recently released second album, Leave the light onMarlowe also talked about the progress they have made in preparing for their big day.

“Wedding planning is moving along, not smoothly, but slowly. We’re making progress. She’s working all the time and I’m always on the road too, so we’ve spent a lot of time planning the wedding,” he explained, before admitting, “There are a lot of moving parts that I didn’t know were part of a wedding, so we’re learning a lot.”

The big day is getting closer

The couple have not yet announced the exact date of their wedding, but Marlowe hinted that the date is fast approaching and that they are “in the home stretch.”

“We’re taking it slow. I know everything will be ready by the wedding day, so we’re not too stressed about it, but at the same time, time is running out. It’s tight, but it’s going to be great.”

He added that they are “just looking forward to spending the day with our family and friends.”

Kameron and Meagan’s love story

The two first met in 2019 after being introduced by the singer’s manager, Kaitlin Madewell, at Whiskey Jam in Nashville, Tennessee. From that moment, their love blossomed for two years, and on April 13, 2023, the “On My Way Out” singer finally proposed.

At the time of the proposal, the lovebirds were visiting Belgrade, Montana, the same place they took their first trip together in 2021. Marlowe told Bennington that the reason for the trip was to celebrate her birthday, but he actually had much bigger plans. Before their dinner that memorable evening, the North Carolina native suggested taking a walk in hopes of catching the sunset, but instead he found himself kneeling in the foot of snow.

“I never had any doubts that forever would be with you, 04/13/23,” the two wrote in their joint Instagram post announcing the news of their engagement.

Dates for Marlowe’s first world tour announced

The exciting news continues, as on Monday morning, June 3, Marlowe announced his first-ever world tour. Named after his second album, the Keepin’ The Lights On World Tour will kick off this fall with 22 stops across the country, including six international dates recently announced across Europe.

On select dates, Marlowe will be joined by special guests Laci Kaye Booth, Jake Worthington, Vincent Mason, Owen Riegling, Mitchell Ferguson, Wyatt McCubbin and more.

“It’s hard for me to comprehend that I’m embarking on my first world tour, but I’m so excited to play this new record live for you all,” Marlowe wrote in his announcement on Instagram.

He also introduced the “Keepin’ The Lights On Fund,” which is designed to “help families and individuals in need of basic necessities (electricity bills, shoes, food, and more).” For every ticket sold on the Keepin’ The Lights On World Tour 2024$1 will be donated to the Keepin’ The Lights On Fund.

“The KTLO Fund is very special to me because in the song I sing about how my parents made sure we had shoes on our feet and food on our plates,” Marlowe adds. “Times are tough out there and I wanted to give back where I can!”

Tickets for the North American leg of the Keepin’ The Lights On tour are on sale now at UK and EU dates are available from Friday 14 June.

Kameron Marlowe; Photo by Trea Allen
Kameron Marlowe; Photo by Trea Allen

Tour dates for “Keepin’ The Lights On”:


31 – Fort Collins, Colorado – New Belgian brewery


4 – Kansas City, Missouri.Midland Theatre ^

14 – Chicago, Illinois – Joe’s Live ~

19 – Ottawa, Ontario – The Bronson Center ~

20 – Buffalo, NY – City Ballroom ~

21 – Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Level AE ~

23 – Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix Concert Theater ~

27 – Des Moines, Iowa – Val Air Ballroom *

28 – St. Louis, Missouri – The factory *

29. 2024 in Springfield, Missouri – Gillioz Theater *


3 – Baltimore, Maryland – Rams Head Live ^

4 – Norfolk, Virginia – The NorVa ^

11 – Sayreville, New Jersey – Starland Ballroom *

12 – Boston, Massachusetts – Roadrunner *

13 – New York, NY – Webster Hall *

18 – Baton Rouge, Louisiana – Texas Club ~

26 – Nashville, Tennessee – Ryman Auditorium =


1 – Dallas, Texas – The factory in Deep Ellum +

3 – Houston, Texas – House of Blues +

7 – Richmond, Virginia – The National ~

9 – Newport, Kentucky – MegaCorp Pavilion ~


6 – Charlotte, NC – Coyote Joe’s ~

11, 2024 in Amsterdam, Netherlands at Milking Way and

13 – Birmingham, England – O2 Institute 2 Birmingham and

15 – Glasgow, Scotland – Galvanizing plants and

16 – Manchester, England – Academy 2 and

17 – London, England – Electric Ballroom and

19 – Belfast, Ireland – In the spotlight 2 and

* with Jake Worthington

^ with Vincent Mason

< with Owen Riegling

+ with Mitchell Ferguson

= with Wyatt McCubbin

& with Laci Kaye Booth

~ Support will be announced

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