Carly Pearce To Make Ryman Auditorium Headlining Debut This Fall

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Allister Ann

Carly Pearce is headed to the Mother Church of country music.

She just announced her very first headlining show at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville on October 26th, and of course, it’s a dream come true for the Kentucky native to finally be able to play her own show at the historic venue:

“I truly can’t get over how many people gave me grace and love when I was dealing with so much hurt.

Now to be on the other side, talking to fans not only about their challenges, but also offering hope that it will get better. Country music is three chords and the truth.

Well, those who know me know I can’t help but be honest in my music so what better way to celebrate my first time playing the Mother Church of Country Music than with some cold hard truth songs!”

Carly released her fantastic 29: Written in Stone record last year, and since then, the reigning ACM Female Vocalist of the Year has been on a tear.

She became a member of the Grand Ole Opry in 2021, scored her third #1 single with Ashley McBryde on “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” earlier this month, and just sent her next single at country radio, “What He Didn’t Do,” which could easily become her 4th #1 sometime this year.

Tickets for the show go on sale Friday at 10am.

“I’ve dreamt of playing my own show at the legendary The Ryman for years & it’s finally happening!

Presale tickets go on sale tomorrow using CARLY29 + all other tickets go on sale FRIDAY! I truly can’t wait for this magical night. See y’all there!”

“What He Didn’t Do”

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock