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McBryde announces first headline tour

Monday, May 21, 2018 – Ashley McBryde announced her first headlining tour throughout the U.S. and Europe today.

"The Girl Going Nowhere Tour" starts Sept. 5 in Atlanta with international stops in the England and Scotland, before culminating Dec. 15 in Rochester, N.Y. The tour follows on the heels of McBryde's Warner Music Nashville release, "Girl Going Nowhere," which was produced and mixed by Jay Joyce. The Arkansas natives's first single is "A Little Dive Bar in Dahlonega," the singer/songwriter played select dates on the "Sirius XM Presents: The Highway Finds Tour."

Tour dates are
Sept. 5 - Terminal West, Atlanta, GA*
Sept. 6 - 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA*
Sept. 7 - Blind Horse Saloon, Greenville, S.C.*
Sept. 8 - Rome City Brewing Company, Rome, GA*
Sept. 11 - Mammy's Kitchen, Bardstown, KY
Sept. 12 - Washington County Fair, Abington, VA
Sept. 13 - The Hamilton, Washington, D.C.*
Sept. 14 - Phase 2 Nightclub, Lynchburg, VA*
Sept. 20 - Red Rocks Amphitheater (w/Little Big Town), Morrison, CO
Sept. 22 - Arkansas State University, Mountain Home, AR
Sept. 27 - The Basement East, Nashville, TN*
Sept. 28 - Zydeco, Birmingham, AL*
Oct. 3 - O2 Institute (w/ Luke Combs), Birmingham, U.K.
Oct. 4 - Shepherd's Bush Empire (w/ Luke Combs), London, U.K.
Oct. 5 - Shepherd's Bush Empire (w/ Luke Combs), London, U.K.
Oct. 7 - O2 ABC, Glasgow (w/ Luke Combs), Scotland
Oct. 8 - O2 Ritz Manchester (w/ Luke Combs), Manchester, U.K.
Oct. 10 - Islington Assembly Hall, London, U.K.
Oct. 13 - Mighty Mississippi Music Festival, Greenville, MS
Oct. 25 - Elevation, Grand Rapids, MI*
Nov. 1 - The Lyric Theatre, Oxford, MS*
Nov. 2 - The Barn at The Wicked Wheel (benefiting Girls Inc. of Bay County), Panama City, FL
Nov. 7 - Brick Street Bar, Oxford, OH*
Nov. 8 - The Bluestone, Columbus, OH*
Nov. 9 - Eight Seconds Saloon, Indianapolis, IN*
Nov. 10 - Dusty Armadillo, Rootstown, OH*
Nov. 29 - The Blue Note, Columbia, MO*
Nov. 30 - Revolution Music Room, Little Rock, AR*
Dec. 5 - Gramercy Theatre, New York, NY*
Dec. 7 - The Foundry at the Fillmore, Philadelphia, PA*
Dec. 8 - Chameleon Club, Lancaster, PA*
Dec. 12 - Jergel's Rhythm and Grill, Warrendale, PA*
Dec. 13 - Iron Works, Buffalo, NY*
Dec. 14 - The Sinclair, Cambridge, MA*
Dec. 15 - Anthology, Rochester, NY*
* denotes a show with special guest Dee White

Tickets go on sale this Friday, May 25.

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