Kelsea Ballerini Announces 2019 Headlining Tour

The tour kicks off in April after she wraps her time opening for Kelly Clarkson.

Written by Lauren Laffer
Kelsea Ballerini Announces 2019 Headlining Tour
Kelsea Ballerini performs at Nissan Stadium on Saturday, June 9 during the 2018 CMA Music Festival in downtown Nashville. Photo credit: Natasha Moustache/CMA

Kelsea Ballerini’s reign as one of the hottest stars in country music continues as she plans to embark on her first headlining arena tour in 2019. Taking Brett Young along for the ride, the “Miss Me More Tour” will hit 14 cities across the United States, kicking off in Salisbury, MD on April 11.

“The message of ’Miss Me More’ means so much to me and that’s why I’m so excited to announce this tour,” said the Tennessee native in a press release. “It’s about being bold and unapologetically standing up for yourself. I can’t wait to sing it with everyone next April!”

Also joining the tour will be special guest Brandon Ratcliff.

Ballerini’s headlining tour will begin shortly after the singer wraps her gig opening for Kelly Clarkson’s “Meaning of Life Tour.”

The news comes hot on the heels of the release of Unapologetically (Deluxe Edition), which features four new tracks. Her single, “Miss Me More,” is currently at country radio.

Pre-sale tickets for Ballerini’s fan club members are available now, with tickets for the general public becoming available on Friday, Nov. 2 at 10 a.m. (local time). For details on VIP Packages and Experiences, visit

Announced dates, cities, and venues of The Miss Me More Tour to date:
4/11– Wicomico Youth and Civic Center – Salisbury, MD
4/12 – Santander Arena – Reading, PA
4/13 – Erie Insurance Arena – Erie, PA
4/17 – Salem Civic Center – Salem, VA
4/18 – Knoxville Civic Coliseum – Knoxville, TN
4/25 – Hertz Arena – Estero, FL
4/26 – Saint Augustine Amphitheatre – St. Augustine, FL
4/27 – James Brown Arena – Augusta, GA
5/2 – Rushmore Plaza Civic Center – Rapid City, SD
5/3 – Bismarck Event Center – Bismarck, ND
5/4 – Tyson Events Center – Sioux City, IA
5/9 – AMSOIL Arena – Duluth, MN
5/10 – U.S. Cellular Center – Cedar Rapids, IA
5/11 – Scheels Arena – Fargo, ND