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Musgraves extends tour

Friday, February 1, 2019 – Kacey Musgraves has added 17 new North American shows to her Oh, What a World: Tour.

Following her previously announced tour dates, Musgraves will hit the summer festival circuit, becoming the first-ever female country artist to play Coachella, and will then launch the second North American leg of her tour on Aug. 24th at Vina Robles Amphitheatre in Paso Robles, Cal.

Musgraves will return to Phoenix, Philadelphia, Boston and Toronto, and will make stops in Santa Fe, N.M., Charlotte, N.C. and New Orleans. The pre-sale for the new tour dates started today with tickets going on sale to the general public beginning Feb. 8 at 10 a.m.

Musgraves is touring behind "Golden Hour," which received four Grammy nominations. She will perform at the Grammys. She was nominated for Album of the Year and Best Country Album, Best Country Solo Performance for "Butterflies," and Best Country Song for "Space Cowboy."

Tour dates are (new dates are in bold):
Feb. 1 The Sylvee Madison, WI
Feb. 2 Palace Theatre St. Paul, MN
Feb. 5 Grammy Museum Performance Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 13 The Van Buren Phoenix, AZ
Feb. 14-15 The Theatre at Ace Hotel Los Angeles, CA
Feb. 16 The Masonic San Francisco, CA
Feb. 18 Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall Portland, OR
Feb. 19 Paramount Theatre Seattle, WA
Feb. 22 Paramount Theatre Denver, CO
Feb. 25 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo Houston, TX
Feb. 27-March 2 Ryman Auditorium Nashville, TN
March 8 The Bomb Factory Dallas, TX
March 9-10 Stubb's Waller Creek Amphitheater Austin, TX
March 19 Tennessee Theatre Knoxville, TN
March 21 Alabama Theatre Birmingham, AL

March 22-23 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA
March 25 Chicago Theatre Chicago, IL
April 12 and 19 Coachella Indio, CA
June 1 Governors Ball New York
June 15 Bonnaroo Manchester, TN
June 23 Telluride Bluegrass Festival Telluride, CO
June 26 Red Rocks Amphitheatre Morrison, CO
July 26 Newport Folk Festival Newport, RI
July 28 FloydFest Floyd, VA
Aug. 24 Vina Robles Amphitheatre Paso Robles, CA
Aug. 27 Comerica Theatre Phoenix
Aug. 28 Santa Fe Opera House Santa Fe, NM
Sept. 4 Starlight Theatre Kansas City
Sept. 5 Stifel Theatre St. Louis
Sept. 6 Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica Cleveland
Sept. 7 Wolf Trap Vienna, VA
Sept. 9 Sony Centre for the Performing Arts Toronto, ON
Sept. 11 The Met Philadelphia Philadelphia
Sept. 12 Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Boston
Sept. 13 Sprint Pavilion Charlottesville, VA
Sept. 14 Koka Booth Amphitheatre Cary, NC
Sept. 17 Thomas Wolfe Auditorium Asheville, NC
Sept. 19 Charlotte Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre Charlotte, NC
Sept. 20 Volvo Car Stadium Charleston, SC
Sept. 27-29 The Fillmore New Orleans New Orleans

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