Lainey Wilson Announces Global Lainey Wilson: LIVE Tour

Lainey Wilson is taking her music overseas. The nine-time CMA Awards nominee, who already announced her Country’s Cool Again Tour, kicking off on May 31 in Nashville, Tennessee, just announced another tour. Wilson will embark on her Lainey Wilson: LIVE Tour on March 20th, playing in both Australia and Europe, wrapping up on May 3.

Jackson Dean, who is joining Wilson on her Country’s Cool Again Tour, and Kameron Marlowe will join Wilson for the Australian dates, while Harper O’Neill will join Wilson for the European dates.

“There’s no better feeling than putting on a show for a group of folks who have supported from afar for so long,”  Wilson says. “I’m so excited to bring the LIVE show overseas next year and perform in some brand-new cities for the first time.”

Wilson also announced the overseas tour on social media.

Wilson is the most-nominated artist at this year’s CMA Awards, trailed by Jelly Roll, who has five.

“It’s crazy,” Wilson told the New York Post. “I mean, there’s a few categories where I’m competing with myself. It’s wild. If you would have told little Lainey that this would happen this soon into my career, I would have told you you were lying.”

Wilson will also perform during the live ceremony, along with Jelly Roll, Chris StapletonCarly PearceLittle Big TownOld DominionMegan Moroney, K. Michelle, Tanya Tucker, and Luke Bryan, who will co-host the ceremony with Peyton Manning. Wilson will perform “Wildflowers and Wild Horses.” The song is from her Bell Bottom Country album, released in 2022.

Tickets for Lainey Wilson: LIVE will be available for her Wild Horses fan club beginning on  Tuesday, November 7th at 10:00 AM. Tickets for the general public will go on sale on Friday, November 10th at 10:00 AM local time.

Wilson will also join Morgan Wallen next year on his 2024 One Night At A Time World Tour. Find all of Wilson’s music and upcoming shows at

Lainey Wilson: LIVE Tour Dates:

March 20th – Melbourne, Australia – Margaret Court Arena
March 22nd– Sydney, Australia – Hordern Pavilion
April 17th – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Ulster Hall
April 19th – Glasgow, England – O2 Academy Glasgow
April 20th – Manchester, England– Manchester Academy
April 23rd – London, England – O2 Forum Kentish Town
April 25th – Amsterdam, NL – Melkweg Max
April 29th – Cologne, DE – Kantine
April 30th – Berlin, DE – Columbia Theatre
May 2nd – Stockholm, SE – Nalen
May 3rd – Oslo, NO – Rockefeller Music Hall

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Jonesworks / Alysse Gafkjen