Carrie Underwood Announces Cry Pretty Tour Dates, Pregnancy Carrie Underwood Announces Cry Pretty Tour Dates, Pregnancy
Carrie Underwood handed her fans a double bundle of exciting news today. While unveiling plans for her 2019 Cry Pretty Tour 360, the singer... Carrie Underwood Announces Cry Pretty Tour Dates, Pregnancy

Carrie Underwood handed her fans a double bundle of exciting news today. While unveiling plans for her 2019 Cry Pretty Tour 360, the singer also revealed that she is expecting her second child with husband Mike Fisher.

Underwood made the announcement in a video posted to her social media accounts, sharing that the 55-date tour will launch in May of 2019 before the camera pans out to reveal balloons spelling out “baby.” Already mom to three-year-old son Isaiah, Underwood appeared to hint that she’d be expecting a little girl this time around, as she sat in front of an pink curtain donning a jacket of the same hue.

“Mike and Isaiah and I are absolutely over the moon and excited to be adding another little fish to our pond,” she said. “This has just been a dream come true with album and baby news. We’re just so excited.”

Watch the official announcement video below.

As for the tour, the massive trek will keep the soon-to-be mother of two on the road throughout May and June. It will resume in September and conclude on Halloween. Over 50 North American cities are on the itinerary, including Chicago, Tulsa, Boston, Houston and Los Angeles, as well as Canadian markets like Toronto, Ottawa, Vancouver and Edmonton. Rising stars Runaway June and Maddie & Tae are joining Underwood on the road in support.

The Cry Pretty Tour comes in support of Underwood’s forthcoming album of the same name, due out September 14. Underwood will employ the same staging used in her previous Storyteller Tour, which allowed 360° views of the stage for all concert-goers.

It’s been a year of ups and downs for the Grammy winner. A scary fall last November outside her Nashville home left the singer with a broken wrist and facial lacerations that required over 40 stitches. She spent months out of the spotlight and told fans that the incident may have left her looking different than before.

After several teasers, she triumphantly returned to music with lead single “Cry Pretty,” a power ballad that shows off a more vulnerable side to Underwood. Following the song’s release, the singer made notable appearances at the ACM Awards, CMA Fest, and the show which launched her head-first into stardom, American Idol, all of which played crucial roles in boosting her confidence again after her accident.

Her exciting double dose of news today follows the announcement that she will return to co-host this year’s CMA Awards in November alongside Brad Paisley for the 11th consecutive year.

See the full list of tour dates below.

Carrie Underwood – 2019 Cry Pretty Tour 360 Dates

May 1 – Greensboro, NC – Greensboro Coliseum
May 3 – Birmingham, AL – Legacy Arena at the BJCC
May 4 – North Little Rock, AR – Verizon Arena
May 6 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
May 9 – Phoenix, AZ – Talking Stick Resort Arena
May 11 – Las Vegas, NV – MGM Grand Garden Arena
May 12 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center
May 14 – Sacramento, CA – Golden1 Center
May 16 – Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena
May 18 – Bakersfield, CA – Rabobank Arena
May 21 – Portland, OR – Moda Center at Rose Garden
May 22 – Spokane, WA – Spokane Arena
May 24 – Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome
May 25 – Vancouver, BC – Rogers Arena
May 28 – Edmonton, AB – Rogers Place
May 31 – Saskatoon, SK – Sasktel Centre
June 2 – Winnipeg, MB – Bell MTS Place
June 9 – Toronto, ON – ScotiaBank Arena
June 10 – Ottawa, ON – Canadian Tire Centre
June 13 – Hershey, PA – Giant Center
June 15 – Cincinnati, OH – U.S. Bank Arena
June 16 – Indianapolis, IN – Bankers Life Fieldhouse
June 18 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center
June 20 – Milwaukee, WI – Feserv Forum
June 21 – Minneapolis, MN – Target Center
June 23 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena
Sept. 10 – San Diego, CA – Valley View Casino Center
Sept. 12 – Los Angeles, CA – Staples Center
Sept. 14 – Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena
Sept. 16 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
Sept. 18 – Wichita, KS – Intrust Bank Arena
Sept. 19 – Kansas City, MO – Sprint Center
Sept. 21 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
Sept. 22 – Lafayette, LA – Cajundome
Sept. 24 – Dallas, TX – American Airlines Center
Sept. 25 – Oklahoma City, OK – Chesapeake Energy Arena
Sept. 27 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena
Sept. 29 – Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena
Sept. 30 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena
Oct. 2 – New York City, NY – Madison Square Garden
Oct. 4 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
Oct. 5 – Philadelphia, PA – Wells Fargo Center
Oct. 10 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
Oct. 12 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena
Oct. 13 – Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center
Oct. 16 – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena
Oct. 17 – Louisville, KY – KFC Yum! Center
Oct. 19 – Atlanta, GA – Philips Arena
Oct. 20 – Jacksonville, FL – Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
Oct. 23 – Memphis, TN – FedExForum
Oct. 24 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center
Oct. 26 – Des Moines, IA – Wells Fargo Arena
Oct. 27 – Sioux Falls, SD – Denny Sanford Premier Center
Oct. 29 – Chicago, IL – United Center
Oct. 31 – Detroit, MI – Little Caesars Arena

Kelly Byrnes