Fans seemingly can’t get enough of groundbreaking country singer Lily Rose as the artist adds 10 new stops to her upcoming headlining tour this spring!
The tour — originally announced in December — instantly sold-out major markets with the initial six cities, including Boston, Philadelphia and NYC.
The trek will kick off on Feb. 9 in Allston, Mass. at Brighton Music Hall and will come to a close on April 23 at Houston, Texas’ House of Blues. Griffen Palmer and country newcomer Lauren Watkins will join Rose as direct support on varying dates.
View this post on Instagram
After taking the stage for more than 90 shows in 2022 with country hitmakers such as Sam Hunt, Chris Lane and Dylan Scott, fans can look forward to an energetic performance jam-packed with a mix of the “Villain” singer’s biggest hits.
Lily Rose 2023 Headlining Tour:
Feb. 9, 2023 in Allston, Mass. at Brighton Music Hall (SOLD OUT) +*
Feb. 10, 2023 in Philadelphia, Penn. at Milkboy (SOLD OUT) +*
Feb. 11, 2023 in New York, N.Y. at Mercury Lounge (SOLD OUT) +*
Feb. 16, 2023 in Athens, Ga. at Georgia Theatre +*
Feb. 17, 2023 in Starkville, Miss. at Rick’s Cafe +*
Feb. 18, 2023 in Birmingham, Ala. at Zydeco +*
March 2, 2023 in Milledgeville, Ga. at Ned Kelly’s Down Under +*
March 3, 2023 in Anderson, S.C. at Wendells Dippin Branch +*
March 4, 2023 in Rome, Ga. at Peaches +*
April 13, 2023 in Milwaukee, Wis. at The Rave II +*
April 14, 2023 in Columbus, Ohio at The Bluestone +*
April 15, 2023 in Flint, Mich. at The Machine Shop +*
April 20, 2023 in Tulsa, Okla. at Osage Casino
April 21, 2023 in Dallas, Texas at Granada Theater +
April 22, 2023 in Cedar Park, Texas at The Haute Spot +
April 23, 2023 in Houston, Texas at House of Blues +
+ Griffen Palmer
* Lauren Watkins
View this post on Instagram
Rose is also set to hit the road as a special guest on country music icon Shania Twain’s “Queen Of Me Tour” in 2023. The 11-date stint will kick off on Oct. 12 in San Antonio, TX and will wrap up on Nov. 5 in Fargo, ND.
Shania Twain’s Queen Of Me Tour Dates:
Oct. 12 — San Antonio, TX
Oct. 13 — Fort Worth, TX
Oct. 16 — Knoxville, TN
Oct. 18 — Raleigh, NC
Oct. 20 — Buffalo, NY
Oct. 27 — Columbus, OH
Oct. 28 — Louisville, KY
Oct. 31 — Milwaukee, WI
Nov. 2 — Omaha, NE
Nov. 3 — Des Moines, IA
Nov. 5 — Fargo, ND
Rose started last year off strong with a massive win for “Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist” at the 2022 GLAAD Awards, making the singer the first country artist to accept this honor. Rose went on to be nominated for the ACM Awards’ Best New Female artist and tour with hitmakers including Sam Hunt, Chris Lane and Dylan Scott. She wrapped up 2022 with the release of her newest single, breakup track “Truth Is.”
Penned by Rose alongside long-time friends Stephen Carey, Ian Christian and “Villain” producer Matt Morrissey, “Truth Is” tells the tale of denial over a past relationship as liquor proves to be an easier pill to swallow than accepting the harsh reality of a failed relationship.