Ramsey launches tour
Monday, January 28, 2019
– Mason Ramsey will launch the How's Your Girl & How's Your Family Spring Tour 2019 in late March.
Ramsey will start the tour at the Druid City Music Hall in Tuscaloosa, Ala. on March 22 and end up in Milwaukee, Wisc. at The Rave II on April 26.
Tour dates are:
March 22 - Tuscaloosa, AL - Druid City Music Hall
March 23 - Starkville, MS - Rick's Café
March 27 - Austin - Scoot Inn
March 28 - Waco, TX - Baylor University (Waco Hall)
March 29 - Nacogdoches, TX - Banita Creek Hall
March 30 - Baton Rouge, LA - Texas Club
April 12 - Iowa City, IA - Blue Moose Tap House
April 13 - Lincoln, NE - The Bourbon Theatre
April 24 - Nashville - Exit/In
April 25 - Oxford, OH - Brick Street Bar
April 26 - Milwaukee - The Rave II
Presale tickets are available for purchase on Jan. 29 at 10 a.m. local time with general ticket sales beginning Feb. 1 at 10 a.m. local time.
Ramsey, an Illinois native, released the EP "Famous" last year with the title track being the first single.Ramsey was a special guest during the Florida Georgia Line Live From Last Vegas residency, becoming the youngest artist ever billed to a Las Vegas residency. He also opened on Chris Lane's Laps Around the Sun Tour.
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