Taken from Carly Pearce's show at CMA Music Festival at Nissan Stadium in Nashville, TN on June 8 2023
Although Carly Pearce has enjoyed a hugely successful couple of years, she seems to be taking it up another notch in 2023.
In the space of a couple of weeks, Pearce made her 100th Opry appearance, earned a couple more Platinum RIAA plaques and racked up her fourth Country Radio No. 1 with ‘What He Didn't Do’.
As she keeps this surge of momentum going, the Kentucky star is heading back out on the road for another run of dates that stretches long into the summer.
Earlier in the year, Pearce was supporting Blake Shelton on his blockbuster 2023 tour, and fans are glad to see she now has a range of solo headlining dates in store.
Here you can find Carly Pearce's updated setlist as she embarks on her 2023 concert tour.
Unsurprisingly, ‘What He Didn't Do’ and ‘I Hope You're Happy Now’, both of which recently earned Carly Pearce new RIAA certifications, remain key parts of her 2023 tour setlist.
A number of highlights from her celebrated 2021 album, 29: Written in Stone, have also made the cut, with Pearce's 2023 shows kicking off with a swaggering rendition of ‘Diamondback’.
This is followed by two more Written in Stone fan-favourites, ‘Easy Going’ and ‘Dear Miss Loretta’, before Carly Pearce launches into another of her much-loved break-up anthem, ‘Next Girl’.
Thankfully, the 2023 chart-topper still finds space in her setlist for her cover of The Chicks’ iconic hit, ‘Cowboy Take Me Away’.
Pearce has also been performing her 2023 Grammy-winning collaboration with Ashley McBryde, ‘Never Wanted To Be That Girl’, midway through her sets, and attendees will undoubtedly be hoping the dynamic duo take the stage together again at some point during Carly Pearce's 2023 tour.
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