Yearwood announces tour
Saturday, June 15, 2019
– Fresh off releasing her new single "Every Girl In This Town," Trisha Yearwood has announced the"Every Girl On Tour," which kicks off Oct. 3 for three nights with the Nashville Symphony at Schermerhorn Symphony Center.
The 22-city trek stops in New York, Boston, Atlanta, Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Fort Worth, Minneapolis and Jacksonville. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 21 at 10 a.m. A fan club pre-sale begins Wednesday, June 19 at 10 a.m. local time.
"I can't wait to take my tour solo for the first time in five years," said Yearwood. "I've been absolutely overwhelmed by the positive response to 'Every Girl in This Town,' and, as enthusiastic as folks are about my new music and the upcoming tour, I don't think there is anyone more excited than me."
The tour sets the stage for the upcoming 2019 release of the artist's first full-length country record since 2007's "Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love" and follows on the heels of the 2019 Frank Sinatra homage, "Let's Be Frank." Trisha previously joined forces with husband Garth Brooks on his 2014 - 2017 sold out world tour.
Last week, Yearwood made a history-making return to country radio with "Every Girl In This Town." With 84 total adds, it marks her highest debut and biggest add day of her career. The hit song is Billboard's highest female debut of 2019 on the Country Airplay Chart, coming in at 21.
Tour dates are:
Oct. 3-5 Nashville, TN Schermerhorn Symphony Center
Oct. 13 Atlanta, GA Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
Oct. 24 Carmel, IN The Center for the Performing Arts - The Palladium
Oct. 25 St. Louis, MO Stifel Theatre
Oct. 26 Cincinnati, OH Taft Theatre
Oct. 27 Cleveland, OH Playhouse Square - KeyBank State Theatre
Nov. 2 Tulsa, OK Brady Theater
Nov. 3 Sugar Land, TX Smart Financial Centre
Nov. 4 Fort Worth, TX Bass Performance Hall
Nov. 7 Chicago, IL The Chicago Theatre
Nov. 8 Milwaukee, WI Riverside Theater
Nov. 9 Minneapolis, MN Orpheum Theatre
Nov. 21 New York, NY Town Hall Theatre
Nov. 22 Boston, MA Wilbur Theatre
Nov. 23 Wilkes-Barre, PA The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
Nov. 24 Glenside, PA Keswick Theatre
Dec. 4 Melbourne, FL Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts
Dec. 5 Fort Lauderdale, FL Parker Playhouse
Dec. 6 Clearwater, FL Ruth Eckerd Hall
Dec. 7 Jacksonville, FL Florida Theatre
Dec. 8 Naples FL Artis-Naples - Hayes Hall
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