THIS is the kind of Monday morning news I like to see… another tour announcement.
Ashley McBryde is hitting the road on a headlining tour starting this summer with a great group of rotating openers in Morgan Wade, Ray Fulcher and Priscilla Block.
She announced the news this morning on her Instagram, saying:
“AAAAAND we’re back!!
I’ve been waiting to be able to say that! We’ve missed you all so much. There aren’t even words to do it justice. We can’t wait to see you. I CANT WAIT TO SEE YOU!
Being back on the road is a deep breath of fresh air. Now let’s be together and make some damn music!”
The “This Town Talks Tour” will kickoff on June 12th and go through January of 2022.
It also features her first headlining shows at the Ryman Auditorium in August.
It’s so exciting to see Ashley getting back on the road on such a big tour. There’s not many people as talented as her in the business right now, and I can’t think of many people who deserve it more.
She also added there might be some kinks to work out, but she knows everyone’s ready to see live music again in a bad way:
“There’s a hunger, an angst and a real calling that we’ve all been feeling. There’s so much ground to cover musically, a little rust to kick-off and a whole lot of love ahead.”
No kidding, Ashley. She’s got that right.
She’s also gearing up for the release of her new EP Never Will: Live From a Distance that comes out next Friday, May 28th.
Tickets for all shows go on sale this Friday, May 21st.
Here’s the full list of dates… you’re gonna want to mark your calendar for this one:
2021-2022 THIS TOWN TALKS TOUR DATES:
6/12/2021 Roanoke, Va.- Dr. Pepper Park at the Bridges*
6/16/2021 Lake Charles, La.- Gold Nugget Grand Event Center
7/17/2021 Helotes, Texas- Floore’s Country Store#
7/18/2021 Austin, Texas- Nutty Brown Café & Amphitheatre#
7/28/2021 Lincoln, Neb.- Bourbon Theatre^
8/5/2021 Tulsa, Okla.- Cain’s Ballroom*
8/6/2021 Memphis, Tenn.- Orpheum Theatre*
8/7/2021 Little Rock, Ark.- Robinson Performance Hall*
8/17/2021 New York, N.Y.- Irving Plaza+
8/19/2021 Philadelphia, Pa.- Theatre of Living Arts+
8/20/2021 Boston, Mass.- House of Blues+
8/21/2021 Silver Spring, Md.- The Fillmore Silver Spring+
8/26/2021 Nashville, Tenn.- Ryman Auditorium
8/27/2021 Nashville, Tenn.- Ryman Auditorium
9/2/2021 St. Louis, Mo.- The Pageant+
9/3/2021 Cincinnati, Ohio- Bogart’s+
9/16/2021 Madison, Wis.- The Sylvee^
9/22/2021 Missoula, Mont.- The Wilma~
9/23/2021 Spokane, Wash.- Martin Woldson Theatre at the Fox ~
9/25/2021 Seattle, Wash.- Showbox~
9/26/2021 Portland, Ore.- Roseland Theater~
9/29/2021 Sacramento, Calif.- Ace of Spades~
10/3/ 2021 San Diego, Calif.- House of Blues+
10/5/ 2021 Los Angeles, Calif.- The Wiltern+
10/13/ 2021 Denver, Colo.- Ogden Theatre~
11/12/2021 Atlanta, Ga.- The Eastern+
11/13/2021 Chattanooga, Tenn.- Tivoli Theatre+
11/14/2021 Charlotte, N.C.- The Fillmore Charlotte+
12/8/2021 Chicago, Ill.- Riviera Theater+
12/11/2021 Dubuque, Iowa- Mississippi Moon Bar+
12/12/2021 Indianapolis, Ind.- Egyptian Room at Old National Centre+
1/6/2022 Louisville, Ky.- Brown Theatre+
1/7/2022 Pittsburgh, Pa.- Roxian Theatre +
1/8/ 2022 Richmond, Va.- The National+
1/13/2022 Grand Rapids, Mich.- 20 Monroe Live*
1/14/2022 Detroit, Mich.- The Fillmore *
1/15/ 2022 Cleveland, Ohio- Agora Theater #
I can’t wait to see this one live: