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Alana Springsteen Announces Headlining Trek for Fall 2023

August 25, 2023 3:57 pm GMT
Last Edited December 19, 2023 9:32 pm GMT

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Country-pop newcomer Alana Springsteen has unveiled The Twenty Something Tour, which will take her across the eastern half of the United States through the fall of 2023.

To kick off the 15-date trek, the burgeoning singer-songwriter will make her first headlining performance at Nashville's iconic Exit/In on October 25.

Springsteen will make stops in Oklahoma, North Carolina, Georgia, Illinois, New York, Massachusetts and more before wrapping up at the Hard Rock Café in Pittsburgh, PA on December 10.

Also on her busy touring calendar, Springsteen will be making her way across the UK and Europe in August and and September for her headlining European tour. The international trek will see a mix of headline and festival, including for The Long Road Festival 2023. In addition to appearances in London, she'll also visit the Netherlands, Glasgow, Dublin, and more.

Marking her premiere U.S. headlining run, the trek takes its name from her newly released debut album. The final product, told over three parts, includes 16 tracks that explain the hardships and experiences faced during the growing period of your 20's.

Only a few years into her twenties, Springsteen tackles the messiness and beauty that we all experience, expressing complex emotions with the utmost grace and ease.

2023 will also see Springsteen traipsing around the country as support with other acts, including Switchfoot, Tyler Hubbard and Eli Young Band.

Full details and ticket information can be found here.

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