Ingrid Andress Goes International for The Feeling Things Tour

She'll visit the U.S., U.K., and Europe starting this fall.

Written by Chris Parton
Ingrid Andress Goes International for The Feeling Things Tour
NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: In this image released on June 10th 2021, Ingrid Andress poses for the 2021 CMT Music Awards at The White Limozeen in Nashville, Tennessee broadcast on June 9, 2021. (Photo by John Shearer/2021 CMT Awards/Getty Images for CMT)

Grammy nominated country breakout Ingrid Andress will headline an international tour as 2021 turns into 2022, performing for a growing fan base on The Feeling Things tour.

Starting September 27 in Boston and hitting cities from New York to Los Angeles through December 10 — and then heading to Europe — she’ll bring her acclaimed debut album, Lady Like, to life, and return to the road for the first time in over a year.

“I’m so excited to bring my debut album, Lady Like, to the stage and perform these songs that have been such a huge part of my life for the past few years,” the singer-songwriter says. “More importantly, I can’t wait to see all the fans that I’ve been missing for the last 18 months. As a songwriter, the human connection is one of my favorite parts of the whole experience of touring, so I’m really looking forward to that.”

Following her U.S. dates, Andress will take her tour overseas for more than a dozen dates across Europe. Starting January 18, 2022, in Dublin, Ireland, she’ll also visit the U.K., France, the Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweeden, and Norway, wrapping up in Oslo on February 5.

Meanwhile, Andress will also open shows for Dan + Shay on The (Arena) Tour and will follow up with her debut at Stagecoach 2022, as she continues to build on her Lady Like success. Released in 2020, the project included her double-Platinum Top 5 Billboard Country Airplay hit, “More Hearts Than Mine,” and led to a wave of critical acclaim.

Ingrid Andress was nominated for seven awards from the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association and CMT in 2020 and 2021, and also snagged three Grammy awards at this year’s event. She was the only country artist chosen for the all-genre Best New Artist category, and also scored nods for Best Country Album (Lady Like) and Best Country Song (“More Hearts Than Mine”).


September 27th – Boston, MA – Royale
September 30th – Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre
October 5th – Birmingham, AL – Saturn
October 6th – Athens, GA – Georgia Theater
October 7th – New York, NY – Webster Hall
October 11th – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour
November 6th – Auburn, AL – Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center
November 15th – Columbia, MO – The Blue Note
November 17th – Chattanooga, TN – The Signal
November 18th – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl
December 9th – Richmond, VA – The National
December 10th – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE

UK + European
January 18th – Dublin, Ireland – Whelan’s
January 19th – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Limelight 1
January 21st – Glasgow, Scotland – Saint Luke’s
January 22nd – Manchester, United Kingdom – Gorilla
January 23rd – Birmingham, United Kingdom – O2 Institute 3
January 25th – London, England – Scala
January 27th – Paris, France – Le Pop Up Du Label
January 29th – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg
January 31st – Berlin, Germany – Privateclub
February 1st – Hamburg, Germany – Nochtwache
February 2nd – Copenhagen, Denmark – Lille Vega
February 3rd – Stockholm, Sweden – Nalen Klubb
February 5th – Oslo, Norway – Krosset