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Lauren Watkins & Griffen Palmer Announced as Support for Lily Rose's 2023 Tour

By Maxim Mower

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Two of Big Loud's most exciting prodigies, Lauren Watkins and Griffen Palmer, are set to join Lily Rose's 2023 headlining tour.

With a number of new dates added, the three artists will be teaming up for performances across states such as New York, Georgia, Oklahoma, Texas and more.

Lauren Watkins is building a burgeoning following as a result of her array of covers. Most recently, she posted a beautifully stripped-back rendition of Ernest's ‘Miss That Girl’.

Like Watkins, Griffen Palmer is making the transition from ‘Big Loud songwriter’ to ‘Big Loud recording artist’. Palmer was today unveiled as Big Loud Records’ newest signing, and is set to release his label debut, ‘Second Guessing’, on Friday, January 13.

Palmer originally showcased the sweet, loved-up track on NBC's Songland, during which the song was honed by Shane McAnally and Florida Georgia Line's Brian Kelley and Tyler Hubbard. Florida Georgia Line went on to release their version of ‘Second Guessing’ in 2021.

Lauren Watkins and Griffen Palmer will be supporting Georgia's Lily Rose, who was propelled into the mainstream via her 2020 single, ‘Villain’. Fans will be hoping she performs her latest track, ‘Truth Is’, which Rose released in early December.

For all 2023 Lily Rose Concert Tour Dates and Tickets, see below:

February

9 - Brighton Music Hall - Allston, MA^*

10 - Milkboy - Philadelphia, PA^*

11 - Mercury Lounge - New York, NY^*

16 - Georgia Theatre - Athens, GA^*

17 - Rick's Cafe - Starkville, MS^*

18 - Zydeco - Birmingham, AL^*

March

2 - Ned Kelly's Down Under - Milledgeville, GA^*

3 - Wendell's Dippin Branch - Anderson, SC^*

4 - Peaches - Rome, GA^*

April

13 - The Rave II - Milwaukee, WI^*

14 - The Bluestone - Columbus, OH^*

15 - The Machine Shop - Flint, MI^*

20 - Osage Casino - Tulsa, OK

21 - Granada Theater - Dallas, TX^

22 - The Haute Spot - Cedar Park, TX^

23 - House Of Blues - Houston, TX^

^ - Supported by Griffen Palmer

* - Supported by Lauren Watkins