Kacey Musgraves just finished up a tour where she opened for popstar Harry Styles, and days later, announced her own headlining North American ‘Oh, What a World Tour.’
The two-and-a-half month trek will kick-off on January 9, 2019 in Indianapolis and will make stops in cities like Toronto, Montreal, Philadelphia, Chicago, Los Angeles, Dallas, and Denver. Birmingham, Alabama will wrap-up the show on March 21. Along the way, Musgraves will be joined by a variety of artists, including indie-rock acts Natalie Prass and Soccer Mommy as well as pop-based artists Liza Anne and Sinclair.
Musgraves is hard to categorize. While she started her career revolving around country music, she’s begun to infuse different types of music into her work, mixing in some pop and disco tunes. Her third studio-album, Golden Hour, strays away from her past efforts, exploring light rock and piano balladry amid the pop-infused country rooted tracks.
“These days, genre lines are so blurred,” Musgraves told Rolling Stone Country earlier this year. “I grew up singing all that traditional country & western music…so I can’t get away from it, but there are all these other things, too, that have made me who I am.”
She will be touring in support of Golden Hour, which was released earlier this year. The LP features tracks “High Horse,” “Slow Burn,” and “Lonely Weekend.” Golden Hour follows her 2015 record Pageant Material and 2013’s Same Trailer Different Park.
Check out Musgrave’s full tour dates below and visit Ticket Club to find tickets to see her on tour next year.
‘Oh, What a Wonderful World’ Tour Dates 2019
Jan. 9 – Indianapolis, IN @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Jan. 10 – Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Jan. 11 – Toronto, Ontario @ Danforth Music Hall
Jan. 12 – Montreal, Quebec @ Virgin Mobile Corona Theatre
Jan. 15 – Portland, ME @ State Theatre
Jan. 17 – Port Chester, NY @ Capitol Theatre
Jan. 18 – Philadelphia, PA @ the Fillmore
Jan. 19 – Boston, MA @ Wang Center
Jan. 24 – Washington, DC @ the Anthem
Jan. 25 – New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
Jan. 29 – Columbus, OH @ Express Live
Jan. 31 – Chicago, IL @ Chicago Theatre
Feb. 1 – Madison, WI @ the Sylvee
Feb. 2 – St. Paul, MN @ Palace Theatre
Feb. 13 – Phoenix, AZ @ the Van Buren
Feb. 14-15 – Los Angeles, CA @ the Theatre at Ace Hotel
Feb. 16 – San Francisco, CA @ the Masonic
Feb. 18 – Portland, OR @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Feb. 19 – Seattle, WA @ Paramount Theatre
Feb. 22 – Denver, CO @ Paramount Theatre
Feb. 28-March 2 – Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
March 8 – Dallas, TX @ the Bomb Factory
March 9-10 – Austin, TX @ Stubbs Bar-B-Q
March 19 – Knoxville, TN @ Tennessee Theatre
March 21 – Birmingham, AL @ Alabama Theatre