The singer and “Yellowstone” actor will celebrate her string of No. 1 country singles with dates that begin and end in the regions she calls home — starting May 31 at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheatre and wrapping up Nov. 15 in Monroe, Louisiana’s Civic Center. In-between, the “Country’s Cool Again Tour” will hit venues such as New York’s Radio City Music Hall (on June 26) and L.A.’s Greek Theatre (on Sept. 1).
These 2024 dates aren’t Wilson’s first time out as a headliner — she just played Colorado’s Red Rocks — but it’s her first time traveling the U.S. as an amphitheater and theater topper, after a 2023 tour that mostly found her in smaller venues.
A series of presales will begin Monday and run throughout the week before the general onsale starts Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. local time at LaineyWilson.com. Live Nation is producing the tour.
Wilson is going into this year’s CMA Awards with nine nominations, far ahead of the nearest contender, Jelly Roll, who has five. She is up for the top prize, entertainer of the year, along with other awards like album of the year (for her sophomore album, “Bell Bottom Country”) and single of the year, where she has two nominations, for “Heart Like a Truck” and “Wait in the Truck,” the latter being a collaboration with Hardy.
Wilson has spent three weeks at the peak of the Billboard Country Airplay chart this month with “Watermelon Moonshine,” her third No. 1 single. It marked the first time a solo female artist topped the chart for one week, let alone three, since her own breakout hit “Things a Man Oughta Know” her breakout hit,” reached No. 1 two years earlier. She is also currently on the chart as a featured artist on Jelly Roll’s fast-rising top 20 hit “Save Me,” which could ultimately put her in the top spot again.
Jackson Dean, Ian Munsick and Zach Top are booked as the opening acts.
The full 2024 itinerary for Wilson’s tour:
5/31 – Nashville, TN (Ascend Amphitheater) *^
6/14 – Camden, NJ (Freedom Mortgage Pavilion) *^
6/15 – Gilford, NH (Bank NH Pavilion) *^
6/20 – Saratoga Springs, NY (Broadview Stage at SPAC) *^
6/21 – Syracuse, NY (Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview) *^
6/26 – New York, NY (Radio City Music Hall) *^
6/28 – Bridgeport, CT (Hartford HealthCare Amphitheater) *^
6/29 – Bangor, ME (Maine Savings Amphitheater) *^
8/8 – Huntsville, AL (The Orion Amphitheater) *^
8/9 – Southaven, MS (BankPlus Amphitheater at Snowden Grove) *^
8/10 – Rogers, AR (Walmart AMP) *^
8/22 – Prescott Valley, AZ (Findlay Toyota Center) +^
8/23 – Chula Vista, CA (North Island Credit Union Amphitheatre) +^
8/24 – Concord, CA (Toyota Pavilion at Concord) +^
9/1 – Los Angeles, CA (The Greek Theatre) +^
9/13 – Salt Lake City, UT (USANA Amphitheatre) +^
9/14 – Boise, ID (Ford Idaho Center) +^
9/15 – Missoula, MT (University of Montana – Adams Center) +^
9/19 – Fresno, CA (Save Mart Center) +%
9/20 – Lake Tahoe/Stateline, NV (Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys) + ^
9/26 – Vancouver, BC (Rogers Arena) + ^
9/27 – Auburn, WA (White River Amphitheatre) + ^
9/28 – Ridgefield, WA (RV Inn Style Resorts Amphitheater) + ^
10/10 – Lubbock, TX (United Supermarkets Arena) + ^
10/18 – Raleigh, NC (Red Hat Amphitheater) *^
10/19 – Alpharetta, GA (Ameris Bank Amphitheatre) *^
10/20 – Wilmington, NC (Live Oak Bank Pavilion) *^
10/24 – London, ON (Budweiser Gardens) *^
10/25 – Oshawa, ON (Tribute Communities Centre) *^
10/26 – Pittsburgh, PA (Petersen Events Center) *^
11/1 – Little Rock, AR (Simmons Bank Arena) + ^
11/2 – Evansville, IN (Ford Center) *^
11/3 – Charleston, WV (Charleston Coliseum) *^
11/7 – Oklahoma City, OK (Paycom Center) + ^
11/8 – Omaha, NE (CHI Health Center) + ^
11/9 – Sioux Falls, SD (Denny Sanford Premier Center) + ^
11/15- Monroe, LA (Monroe Civic Center) *^
* – Ian Munsick
^ – Zach Top
+ – Jackson Dean
% – To Be Announced