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Lainey Wilson

July 14, 2023 1:58 pm GMT
Last Edited August 11, 2023 2:48 pm GMT

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Lainey Wilson enjoyed a stellar 2022, and she's taking that momentum with her on the road in 2023. She's embarking on a nationwide Country With A Flare tour, which kicked off on January 4.

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It will take the two-time CMA winner and Yellowstone star to Wyoming, New York, Arizona, Tennessee, North Carolina, Florida and more. Perhaps unsurprisingly, given the immense success of Lainey's latest album, Bell Bottom Country, the tour swiftly sold out.

In mid-March, after a stellar run of packed-out shows and an unforgettable appearance at the UK and Ireland's C2C Festival 2023, Lainey Wilson confirmed she'd be playing her first ever headlining show at The Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

In April, Lainey announced another she'd be ticking another venue off her bucket list, with a headlining performance lined up at Colorado's iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 26.

Here, you'll find all the latest updates and show announcements for Lainey Wilson's 2023 Concert Tour as they are announced.

Lainey Wilson recently gave ticket-holders a taste of what they can expect on tour with an electric performance of ‘Heart Like A Truck’ at Nashville's Big Bash on New Year's Eve.

Shortly after this, on January 2, Lainey sang her 2021 ode to Louisiana, ‘LA’, while standing atop the Louisiana Travel Celebration Riverboat during Pasadena's annual Rose Parade.

Her 2023 tour will feature an array of anthems from her acclaimed 2022 album, Bell Bottom Country, from the quietly addictive ‘Live Off’ to the small-town anthem, ‘Hillbilly Hippie’. Fans will also be excited to hear Lainey perform her first No. 1 hit, ‘What A Man Oughta Know’.

Any avid watchers of the hit TV series, Yellowstone, will be keen for the Louisiana native to perform ‘New Friends’ and ‘Smell Like Smoke’, both of which have featured in the Season 5 soundtrack. As well as playing a musical role in the neo-Western series, Lainey also made her on-screen debut in the latest season as a new addition to the cast, Abby.

The Country With A Flare tour, which is sponsored by Stella Rosa Wine Future Is Female, didn't take long to sell out. In an Instagram post, Lainey expressed her gratitude for fans' support of her first headlining tour, and underlined that they should expect fireworks from her set.

Each of the originally announced dates will be opened by Ben Chapman, while a number will also feature Meg McRee and Leah Blevins.

Due to high demand, Lainey added an extra show at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. This additional set will be supported by Colby Acuff and Tyler Dial. More recently, after The Tabernacle show sold out, Lainey announced another date in Atlanta, Georgia, at Coca-Cola Roxy on April 14, which will also feature Ben Chapman and Harper O‘Neill.

After the Country With A Flare tour concludes at the end of March, Lainey will then join up with Luke Combs for the US and Canadian leg of his 2023 World Tour. Lainey previously supported Luke on his 2022 US dates, and alongside Jordan Davis and Danielle Bradbury, pranked the ‘Beer Never Broke My Heart’ hitmaker on the final night of the tour.

However, Luke isn't the only big-name headliner that'll receive support from Lainey Wilson in 2023, with Lainey set to open for Eric Church on a series of his Outsiders Revival tour dates in August.

Lainey will also take the stage at a slew of festivals in 2023, including the UK's C2C Festival in March, as well as Barefoot Country Music Fest, Country Jam USA, Carolina Country Music Fest and more.

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Written by Maxim Mower