Columbia Records NY/Sony Music Nashville artist Alana Springsteen is set to embark on “The Twenty Something Tour,” beginning Oct. 25 with a Nashville show at the Exit/In.
The tour will also stop in Dallas, Charlotte, Chicago, New York, Boston and more during the 15-date run, wrapping on Dec. 10 at Hard Rock Café in Pittsburgh. Tickets for the shows go on sale tomorrow (Aug. 25) at 10 a.m. CT. For more information, click here.
“The most fulfilling part of releasing this music is the connection I feel with people of all ages and backgrounds all over the world when they reach out because they feel less alone after hearing these songs,” shares Springsteen. “Being able to see them face-to-face on my own headline tour is everything I’ve ever dreamt of. Each of these shows are going to be special in their own way. I can’t wait to give them everything I have.”
The headlining run is in support of Springsteen’s newly-released three-part debut album, Twenty Something. She marks her inaugural arrival to Europe and much-anticipated return to the United Kingdom for a mix of headline and music festival dates, starting tomorrow at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, Netherlands, along with international appearances in London, Glasgow, Dublin and more through early September. Springsteen will hit another global milestone in November, when she makes an introductory stop in Australia for back-to-back festival dates.
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