Country music fans have something to look forward to this winter. Following the success of her chart-topping album “Golden Hour”, Kacey Musgraves is coming to a town near you on her “Oh What a World Tour”.
The tour officially starts in Europe, but 29 US shows have been announced to follow, kicking things off Jan 19 at the Old National Centre in Indianapolis, IN. She’ll make her way through major cities coast to coast, including Chicago, IL, Seattle, WA, Nashville, TN, and more. In several cities, she will perform two nights, and for lucky Nashville fans, four nights at the historic Ryman Auditorium. The tour will wrap up at the Alabama Theatre in Birmingham, AL March 21.
Musgraves has come a long way since she first stepped into the limelight on Nashville Star ten years ago. Though she didn’t win the reality show competition, she has released four acclaimed albums since. And she hasn’t been slowing down. Golden Hour debuted at #1 on the Billboard Top 100 Country and #4 overall, and following its release, Musgraves has just wrapped up a tour with Harry Styles. For “Oh What a World,” opening acts vary by city, with Soccer Mommy and Natalie Prass in Indianapolis, and Liz Anne and Sinclair in Nashville announced so far.
The majority of performances will take place in auditoriums, theaters and concert halls with a variety of ticket options available. Prices vary by seat and venue, starting on the low end at about $45-$75 for balcony, a little over $100 for the main floor, and the range of $125 for the closer seats. Other venues, such as L.A.’s Ace Hotel or New York’s Beacon Theatre, have more premium prices, costing about $100-$500 for seats, with floor tickets over $1000. And if you’re a mega-fan, you can even meet Musgraves at her stop in your city for around $2,000. All tickets are available at CountryTourNow.