Ballerini launches tour with Young
Monday, October 29, 2018
– Kelsea Ballerini is launching the Miss Me Tour next year with Brett Young.
Named after her anthem, the most-added new single on xountry radio upon release, the 14-date run will catapult Ballerini kicks off on April 11, 2019, at Wicomico Youth and Civic Center in Salisbury, Md., concluding at at Scheels Arena in Fargo, N.D. on May 11, 2019.
"The message of 'Miss Me More' means so much to me and that's why I'm so excited to announce this tour," saidBallerini. "It's about being bold and unapologetically standing up for yourself. I can't wait to sing it with everyone next April."
Young has enjoyed several hits from his debut including "Mercy." His new disc is out in December. Special guest Brandon Ratcliff round out the line-up.
Tour dates are:
April11- Wicomico Youth and Civic Center - Salisbury, MD
April12 - Santander Arena - Reading, PA
April13 - Erie Insurance Arena - Erie, PA
April17 - Salem Civic Center - Salem, VA
April18 - Knoxville Civic Coliseum - Knoxville, TN
April25 - Hertz Arena - Estero, FL
April26 - Saint Augustine Amphitheatre - St. Augustine, FL
April27 - James Brown Arena - Augusta, GA
May2 - Rushmore Plaza Civic Center - Rapid City, SD
May3 - Bismarck Event Center - Bismarck, ND
May4 - Tyson Events Center - Sioux City, IA
May9 - AMSOIL Arena - Duluth, MN
May10 - U.S. Cellular Center - Cedar Rapids, IA
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