Kacey Musgraves Plots 2018 European Tour
Kacey Musgraves soaked up every minute she spent abroad during the annual C2C Festival, but it wasn’t enough for her as she planned her next adventure overseas coming this fall.
Bonding in such a special way to the fans across the pond, Musgraves wanted to bring her music back over another time through once she releases her third album, Golden Hour. Hoping to see more than just what the U.K. and Ireland have to offer, the country singer also plugged in a gig right in Amsterdam to check out what’s happening in The Netherlands.
With this news coming hot off the press from her appearances at the C2C Fest, Musgraves shared the announcement during one of her recent shows as an exclusive piece of gossip for them to write down in their schedules. Musgraves specifically spilled everything during her London set on Saturday night, giddy over the fact that she’d be performing at Wembley Stadium next time she flew over.
“I would like to make an announcement while I have you all here. I haven’t told anyone this yet. We are gonna go on a world tour this year and we’re starting over here in the fall. It’s gonna be called ‘Oh What A World’ and I’m freaking out because we get to play Wembley arena on October 27th so I’m assuming you all will be here. I am so freaking excited to come back,” she told the crowd, according to Madison.com.
Before she does her own headlining run, Musgraves will play the opening slot of Harry Styles’ World Tour when it travels around the U.S. The majority of the dates lock her in during the summer months as support for the solo pop singer.
The first date of the Oh, What a World Tour kicks off in Amsterdam on October 21 and runs until the first week of November. Information about purchasing tickets is available on Musgraves’ website.
2018 Oh, What a World Tour Dates:
Oct. 21 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg Max
Oct. 23 – Bristol, England @ Bristol Hippodrome
Oct. 24 – York, England @ York Barbican
Oct. 26 – Nottingham, England @ Nottingham Concert Hall
Oct. 27 – London, England @ Wembley Arena
Oct. 28 – Birmingham, England @ Birmingham Academy
Oct. 30 – Manchester, England @ Manchester Apollo
Nov. 1 – Gateshead, England @ The Sage Gateshead
Nov. 2 – Glasgow, Scotland @ Armadillo
Nov. 3 – Liverpool, England @ Liverpool Philharmonic Hall
Nov. 5 – Belfast, Ireland @ Belfast Waterfront Hall
Nov. 6. – Dublin, Ireland @ Olympia Theatre