Meghan Trainor announced her summer MTRAIN Tour today (March 16), including an Aug. 15 stop at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. This is good news for Music City fans who didn’t score a ticket to this Friday night’s (March 20) show at The Cannery Ballroom, the last stop on her sold out That Bass Tour, which is her very first outing.
The MTRAIN Tour, promoted exclusively by Live Nation, kicks off Friday, July 3 in Atlantic City, NJ and has stops scheduled through Sept. 6 in nearly 30 major markets across the country. English trio Life of Dillon, currently riding the charts with debut single “Overload,” will open. Tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. local time on Friday, March 20 at www.livenation.com.
In April, May and June, Trainor is set for international dates in the UK, Australia, Singapore, Japan, Denmark, Germany and Italy.
In tandem with the tour announcement, Trainor premiered the music video for “Dear Future Husband” on NBC’s Today and Cosmopolitan.com. Recently certified Gold by the RIAA, the track impacts radio today as well. This week, she will appear on The Voice as the mentor for Blake Shelton’s team.
Continuing her incredible streak of success, breakout single “All About That Bass” is now six-times Platinum and its follow-up, “Lips Are Movin,'” is double Platinum.
Trainor recorded her debut album Title (Epic) in Nashville with producer Kevin Kadish. The release had first-week total consumption of 237,511 units, making it the biggest-selling debut for a female artist’s first full-length album in more than five years; and the biggest-selling debut for a solo artist’s first full-length album in more than three years.