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UNDERWOOD ANNOUNCES TOUR (AND BABY)

Carrie Underwood will tour from May through October—with July and August off—in support of her Capitol Records Nashville release Cry Pretty coming out 9/19. The 54-date outing will be her first major tour since 2016.

Maddie & Tae and Runaway June are the opening acts on the AEG Presents trek that stops at Staples Center on 9/12/2019, Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on 9/27/2019 and Madison Square Garden on 10/2/2019. Ticket pre-sales begin 8/13. Every ticket purchase comes with a code to redeem for a copy of the album.

In addition to announcing the tour this morning, Underwood also noted that she is pregnant with her second child, hence the delay between the release date and the start of the tour.

Carrie Underwood's Cry Pretty Tour Dates: 
5/1 — Greensboro, N.C., Greensboro Coliseum
5/3 — Birmingham, Ala., Legacy Arena at the BJCC
5/4 — N. Little Rock, Ark., Verizon Arena
5/6 — San Antonio, Texas, AT&T Center
5/9 — Phoenix, Talking Stick Resort Arena
5/11 — Las Vegas, MGM Grand Garden Center
5/12 — Fresno, Save Mart Center
5/14 — Sacramento, Golden1 Center
5/16 — Oakland, Oracle Arena
5/18 — Bakersfield, Rabobank Arena
5/21 — Portland, Ore., MODA Center at Rose Garden
5/22 — Spokane, Wash., Spokane Arena
5/24 — Tacoma, Wash., Tacoma Dome
5/25 — Vancouver, B.C., Rogers Arena
5/28 — Edmonton, Alb., Rogers Place
5/31 — Saskatoon, Sask., SaskTel Centre
6/2 — Winnipeg, Man., Bell MTS Place
6/9 — Toronto, Scotiabank Arena
6/10 — Ottawa, Ont., Canadian Tire Centre
6/13 — Hershey, Pa., Giant Center
6/15 — Cincinnati, U.S. Bank Arena
6/16 — Indianapolis, Bankers Life Fieldhouse
6/18 — St. Louis, Enterprise Center
6/20 — Milwaukee, Fiserv Forum
6/21 — Lincoln, Neb., Pinnacle Bank Arena
9/10 — San Diego, Valley View Casino Center
9/12 — Los Angeles, Staples Center
9/14 — Salt Lake City, Vivint Smart Home Arena
9/16 — Denver, Pepsi Center
9/18 — Wichita, Kan., Intrust Bank Arena
9/19 — Kansas City, Mo., Sprint Center
9/21 — Houston, Toyota Center
9/22 — Lafayette, La., Cajundome
9/24 — Dallas, American Airlines Center
9/25 — Oklahoma City, Chesapeake Energy Arena
9/27 — Nashville, Bridgestone Arena
9/29 — Columbia, S.C., Colonial Life Arena
9/30 — Raleigh, N.C., PNC Arena
10/2 — New York City, Madison Square Garden
10/4 — Washington, D.C., Capital One Arena
10/5 — Philadelphia, Wells Fargo Center
10/10 — Boston, TD Garden
10/12 — Pittsburgh, PPG Paints Arena
10/13 — Buffalo, N.Y., KeyBank Center
10/16 — Cleveland, Quicken Loans Arena
10/17 — Louisville, Ky., KFC Yum! Center
10/19 — Atlanta, Philips Arena
10/20 — Jacksonville, Fla., Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena
10/23 — Memphis, Tenn., FedEx Forum
10/24 — Tulsa, Okla., BOK Center
10/26 — Des Moines, Iowa, Wells Fargo Arena
10/27 — Sioux Falls, S.D., Denny Sanford PREMIER Center
10/29 — Chicago, United Center
10/31 — Detroit, Little Caesars Arena

 

 

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