Pearce extends The 29 Tour into '22
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Pearce extends The 29 Tour into '22

Tuesday, December 14, 2021 – Carly Pearce will extend her headline run into 2022.

Wrapping a sold-out first leg of The 29 Tour, 11 additional headline dates will go on sale this Friday at The Taylor Mill, Ky. native has partnered with the non-profit group PLUS1 so $1 of every ticket will go to support tornado recovery efforts in her home state of Kentucky.

Hannah Ellis will open the shows.

The new round of shows will kick off in Chattanooga, Tenn. on March 10 and culminate April 9 in Toronto, before Pearce joins Kenny Chesney's 2022 Here and Now Tour.

"The experiences that allowed me to write "29"and "29: Written in Stone" were some of the most difficult moments of my life but seeing so may faces singing every word of these 15 songs night after night, reminded me of how powerful honesty can be in connecting us with others," Pearce said. "The way you all showed up is so special, and I'm so grateful to announce another round of The 29 Tour. There are a lot of people from my Kentucky home who are going through a really devastating time right now with their lives completely changed overnight so having the opportunity to help with some of the rebuilding is so important to me."

Each night, she will perform all of "29: Written in Stone," written int he aftermath of her 2020 divorce from fellow singer Michael Ray.

"I'm thrilled to also have my girl Hannah Ellis hit the road with us for these new dates. This will be our second time out together on the road."

Tour dates are:
March 10 - Chattanooga, TN - Walker Theatre
March 11 - Louisville, KY – The Brown Theatre
March 12 - Springfield, MO - Gillioz Theatre
March 17 - Rutland, VT - Paramount Theatre
March 18 - Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall
March 19 - Albany, NY - The Egg Performing Arts Center
March 24 - Tulsa, OK – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
March 26 - Oklahoma City, OK - Tower Theatre
April 7 - Ashland, KY - Paramount Arts Center
April 8 - Kalamazoo, MI - Kalamazoo State Theatre
April 9 - Toronto, ON - The Opera House

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