Category Archives: NCD Tours

Lucinda Williams Announces 20th Anniversary “Car Wheels On a Gravel Road” Tour

Lucinda Williams Announces 20th Anniversary “Car Wheels On a Gravel Road” Tour

2018 marks the 20th anniversary of Lucinda Williams’ critically acclaimed, Grammy Award-winning album, Car Wheels On a Gravel Road. In celebration of the milestone year for this milestone work, Williams will embark on a select 12-date, 10-city tour where she will perform the album in its entirety, followed by a second set of songs from…MORE

Brett Young Announces “Here Tonight Tour” With Tyler Rich & Rachel Wammack

Brett Young Announces “Here Tonight Tour” With Tyler Rich & Rachel Wammack

Brett Young will hit the road this fall for his headlining Here Tonight Tour. Officially dubbed CMT On Tour: Here Tonight, the trek will kick off on Nov. 16 in Royal Oak, Michigan, and make stops in St. Louis, New York, Atlanta and more. Tyler Rich and Rachel Wammack will serve as support. “This tour…MORE

Robert Earl Keen Announces “Cosmic Cowboy Christmas Tour”

Robert Earl Keen Announces “Cosmic Cowboy Christmas Tour”

Lone Star State luminary Robert Earl Keen will once again hit the road this holiday season for his annual Christmas tour. This year’s eight-stop holiday extravaganza, which is dubbed Robert Earl Keen’s Cosmic Cowboy Christmas, will kick off on Dec. 18 in Oklahoma City and make additional stops in Houston, Nashville, Dallas and more. The…MORE

Chris Lane Announces “Laps Around the Sun Tour” With Mason Ramsey

Chris Lane Announces “Laps Around the Sun Tour” With Mason Ramsey

Chris Lane will embark on his headlining Laps Around the Sun Tour on Oct. 12. The tour takes its moniker from Chris’ new album of the same name, which dropped in July. The 21-city trek will hit both coasts, making stops in Las Vegas, San Diego, Denver, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Boston, New York and more. Mason…MORE

Martina McBride Reveals New Christmas Album and Tour

Martina McBride Reveals New Christmas Album and Tour

Great news for folks who consider Martina McBride’s 1998 holiday album, White Christmas, the yuletide standard. On Oct. 19, Martina will release a new album, It’s the Holiday Season, which will feature nine classic Christmas songs with accompaniment from more than 40 world-class musicians at the famed Capitol Studio in Los Angeles and Blackbird Studio…MORE

LANCO Announces Headlining “Hallelujah Nights Tour”

LANCO Announces Headlining “Hallelujah Nights Tour”

LANCO will launch its 14-city Hallelujah Nights Tour on Oct. 24 in Columbia, Mo., with additional stops slated for Cincinnati, Cleveland, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Nashville and more. The tour takes its moniker from LANCO’s 2018 debut album of the same name, which spawned No. 1 hit, “Greatest Love Story.” “This is a brand-new show we’ve put…MORE

Ruston Kelly: Tour

Ruston Kelly: Tour

Ruston Kelly: Tour Aug. 11 – Hutto, TX – KOKEFEST Sept. 17 – London, U.K – The Slaughtered Lamb Sept. 23 – Indianapolis, IN – Holler On The Hill Festival Oct. 13 – Austin, TX – Austin City Limits Music Festival Oct. 23 – New York, NY – Mercury Lounge* Oct. 25 – Allston, MA…MORE

Carrie Underwood to Launch All-Female “Cry Pretty Tour 360” in May 2019

Carrie Underwood to Launch All-Female “Cry Pretty Tour 360” in May 2019

Carrie Underwood will launch an all-female Cry Pretty Tour 360 in May 2019. The new tour will kick off on May 1 in Greensboro, N.C., and will play 55 arenas across the U.S. and Canada, including stops in Las Vegas, Toronto, Denver, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Boston, Atlanta and more. Carrie will be…MORE

Vince Gill Announces More Than 25 Tour Dates for the Remainder of 2018

Vince Gill Announces More Than 25 Tour Dates for the Remainder of 2018

After touring with the Eagles for most of the year, Vince Gill announced more than 25 solo dates to close out 2018. Vince’s 28-date trek will make stops in Atlanta, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Oklahoma City and more. Vince will be backed by his band comprised of Glenn Worf, Billy Thomas, John Jarvis, Jeff White, Tom…MORE

Maggie Rose: Change the Whole Thing Tour

Maggie Rose: Change the Whole Thing Tour

In support of the Sept. 21 release of her upcoming album, Change the Whole Thing, Maggie Rose will embark on a tour of the same name. Kicking off on Aug. 17 in St. Louis, Maggie will make stops in Los Angeles, Nashville, New York City, Dallas and more. Additional dates will be announced soon. Change…MORE

Craig Campbell: See You Try Tour

Craig Campbell: See You Try Tour

Craig Campbell is hitting the road for a new tour this summer and fall. Kicking off on Aug. 3, Craig’s See You Try Tour will make more than 20 stops from coast to coast, including dates in Des Moines, Indianapolis, San Diego, Knoxville and more. See You Try Tour Aug. 3 – Providence, KY –…MORE

Cam Announces 16-Date “Road to Happiness Tour”

Cam Announces 16-Date “Road to Happiness Tour”

Cam will hit the road this fall for her biggest headlining tour to date. Dubbed the Road to Happiness Tour, the 16-date trek will kick off in Nashville on Sept. 26 and make stops in Atlanta, Boston, Dallas, Denver and more. Lucie Silvas will serve as the opener. Cam, who is currently on the road…MORE

Tegan Marie Announces Summer Tour Dates

Tegan Marie Announces Summer Tour Dates

Tegan Marie will embark on her first major tour this summer. The 14-year-old will make eight appearances in support of her new single, “I Know How to Make a Boy Cry.” July 24 – Grand Junction, CO – Mesa County Fairgrounds July 31 – Broken Bow, NE – Custer County Fairgrounds Aug. 4 – Marion,…MORE

Cole Swindell Announces Six-Date “All of It Tour”

Cole Swindell Announces Six-Date “All of It Tour”

Cole Swindell announced a six-date All of It Tour. Yup, six dates is all of it. The tour, which launches on Aug. 17 in St. Louis, coincides with the release of his third studio album, All of It, on the same day. Additional tour stops include Cleveland, Pittsburgh and more. Tickets for the All of…MORE

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Honky Tonk Girl

Honky Tonk Girl

Loretta Lynn will celebrate her 87th birthday on April 14, but she will get the party started on April 1 with an All-Star Birthday Celebration Concert at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena featuring performances by Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, George Strait, Miranda Lambert, Trisha Yearwood and more.