Trisha Yearwood Brings All-Female Lineup To ‘Every Girl On Tour’ Dates

Trisha Yearwood is welcoming an all-female lineup of opening acts on her upcoming Every Girl On Tour, her first major North American solo tour in five years.

Caylee Hammack, Caroline Jones, Kim Richey and Rachel Wammack will serve as direct support on select dates. The tour will resume on Oct. 13 at Atlanta’s Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre.

“This tour is a very special one, because I haven’t done a proper U.S. run in five years. I know, I know, it was long overdue! Because it’s such an important moment for me, I wanted to showcase and support a really diverse and dynamic group of girls on the bill. These are strong and confident women who have their own voices, styles, and attitudes. I love that. They’re going to make every night stand out and be unforgettable. I had the support of some really great mentors and artists I admired over the years. There’s nothing better than being able to shine a spotlight on someone else now. Make sure you get to Every Girl On Tour early to watch these ladies bring down the house,” Yearwood said.

Yearwood recently released Every Girl, her first full-length project in 12 years and launched her tour with three nights at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center last week, performing with the 70-piece Nashville Symphony conducted by Enrico Lopez-Yanez.

Several of country music’s top female artists have been touring with all-female lineups this year. Carrie Underwood’s current Cry Pretty Tour 360 features Runaway June and Maddie & Tae. Miranda Lambert’s Roadside Bars & Pink Guitars Tour has a rotating lineup including Maren Morris, Elle King, Ashley McBryde, Tenille Townes, Caylee Hammack, and the Pistol Annies. Earlier this year, Morris led her own headlining GIRL Tour featured artists including Cassadee Pope, Hailey Whitters, Tenille Townes, Kassi Ashton, Ashley McBryde, Pistol Annies and RaeLynn.

Trisha Yearwood Every Girl On Tour Dates:
10/13/19 Atlanta, GA° Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre
10/24/19 Carmel, IN° The Center for the Performing Arts – The Palladium
10/25/19 St. Louis, MO° Stifel Treheatre
10/26/19 Cincinnati, OH° Taft Theatre
10/27/19 Cleveland, OH° Playhouse Square – KeyBank State Theatre
11/02/19 Tulsa, OK* Brady Theater
11/03/19 Sugar Land, TX* Smart Financial Centre
11/04/19 Fort Worth, TX Bass Performance Hall
11/07/19 Chicago, IL* The Chicago Theatre
11/08/19 Milwaukee, WIˆ Riverside Theater
11/09/19 Minneapolis, MNˆ Orpheum Theatre
11/21/19 New York, NY+ Town Hall Theatre
11/22/19 Boston, MA+ Wilbur Theatre
11/23/19 Wilkes-Barre, PA+ The F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts
11/24/19 Glenside, PA+ Keswick Theatre
12/04/19 Melbourne, FL° Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts
12/05/19 Fort Lauderdale, FL° Parker Playhouse
12/06/19 Clearwater, FL° Ruth Eckerd Hall
12/07/19 Jacksonville, FL° Florida Theatre

*Caylee Hammack
ˆCaroline Jones
°Kim Richey
+Rachel Wammack

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