Kacey Musgraves Will Globetrot on 2018 Oh, What a World Tour
Kacey Musgraves has booked a world tour for later this year, and she's launching it across the pond.
Musgraves announced that her 2018 Oh, What a World Tour will begin in the fall during a performance at the London portion (March 10) of the Country to Country Festival, which took place over the weekend.
"It's gonna be called Oh What a World and I'm freaking out because we get to play Wembley Arena on Oct. 27, so I'm assuming you all will be here," she remarked to the crowd, according to Madison.com. "I am so freaking excited to come back."
The tour kicks off Oct. 21 in Amsterdam and continues through early November, making stops in Dublin, Belfast, Manchester and Glasgow, in addition to the famous Wembley Arena in London. The tour will showcase the fresh sound Musgraves has created on her new project, Golden Hour.
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"Space Cowboy" proves that Golden Hour will be a step in the new direction for the eclectic artist, embodying her western flair while delivering a grounded message. She's also shared a track called "Butterflies," which is presumably inspired by her husband Ruston Kelley, and has debuted many other new songs live including "Velvet Elvis," "Wonder Woman" and "Slow Burn."
"I feel like I've gone through a lot since you last heard my music. I love country and I would never want to totally ditch that but my new music incorporates a whole new sound in my own way," she describes.
The "Merry Go Round" singer is currently part of Little Big Town's Breakers Tour through April before setting out with Harry Styles on his 2018 Live on Tour. Golden Hour is set for release on March 30.
U.S. dates for the Oh, What a World Tour have yet to be announced.
Kacey Musgraves' 2018 Oh, What a World European 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
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