Carly Pearce had so much fun on her headlining The 29 Tour, she decided to extend it into 2022! The Grand Ole Opry member will kick off the second leg of her successful tour on March 10, in Chattanooga, Tennessee.
“The experiences that allowed me to write 29 and 29: Written in Stone were some of the most difficult moments of my life but seeing so many faces singing every word of these 15 songs night after night, reminded me of how powerful honesty can be in connecting us with others,” Pearce says. “The way you all showed up is so special, and I’m so grateful to announce another round of The 29 Tour.”
Pearce is partnering with PLUS1 to donate a dollar from each ticket sale to the recovery efforts in Kentucky, following the recent deadly tornado.
“There are a lot of people from my Kentucky home who are going through a really devastating time right now with their lives completely changed overnight so having the opportunity to help with some of the rebuilding is so important to me,” Pearce says.
Rising star Hannah Ellis will serve as the opening act for Pearce’s upcoming shows.
“I’m thrilled to also have my girl Hannah Ellis hit the road with us for these new dates,” Pearce says. “This will be our second time out together on the road.”
Pearce also announced the exciting news on social media.
Had the time of my life on the #29tour, so I’ve decided to extend it into 2022 with my gal pal @hannahgreyellis!! Presale tickets are on sale tomorrow at 10am with code CARLY29. $1 from every ticket will support tornado relief in my home state of KY 🤍 https://t.co/F3iCdp8Xeq pic.twitter.com/eh7uK1Kw06
— Carly Pearce (@carlypearce) December 14, 2021
Following Pearce’s headlining run, she will return to opening act status, when she joins Kenny Chesney on his Here and Now 2022 Tour. Pearce was also just announced as a performer for New Year’s Eve Live: Nashville’s Big Bash. See a list of all of her The 29 Tour dates below. Find more information, and a list of all of her upcoming shows, at CarlyPearce.com.
Carly Pearce The 29 Tour Dates:
March 10 – Chattanooga, TN – Walker Theatre
March 11 – Louisville, KY – The Brown Theatre
March 12 – Springfield, MO – Gillioz Theatre
March 17 – Rutland, VT – Paramount Theatre
March 18 – Portsmouth, NH – The Music Hall
March 19 – Albany, NY – The Egg Performing Arts Center
March 24 – Tulsa, OK – Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
March 26 – Oklahoma City, OK – Tower Theatre
April 7 – Ashland, KY – Paramount Arts Center
April 8 – Kalamazoo, MI – Kalamazoo State Theatre
April 9 – Toronto, ON – The Opera House