Jennifer Nettles, Brandy Clark and Lindsay Ell Team Up for 2016 Next Women of Country Tour
Jennifer Nettles has been revealed as the headliner for the 2016 Next Women of Country Tour.
The four country ladies will be making stops in more than 30 different cities across the U.S. and Canada. The fun kicks off in mid-January in Orillia, Ontario, Canada, and wraps up in late April in Albany, N.Y. A full list of tour dates is below.
“We are honored to have a superstar headline and curate our second Next Women of Country Tour," says CMT SVP of Music Strategy and Talent Leslie Fram. “This will be the year for Jennifer Nettles, with new music coming out on Big Machine Label Group. Brandy Clark will release her sophomore album on Warner Bros. Records, Lindsay Ell just premiered her new video on CMT for "By the Way," and newly signed Tara Thompson has already generated huge buzz for her talents to round out a stellar lineup for our 2016 Tour.”
Nettles and Clark teamed up to write many of the songs on Nettles’ upcoming debut album with Big Machine Label Group. The singer signed with the label in August, shortly after announcing her departure from Universal Music Group, on which she released her solo album, That Girl, in 2014. She is currently on the road on her 2015 Playing With Fire Tour, which also features Clark and Ryan Kinder.
Ticketing information and more details about the 2016 Next Women of Country Tour will be available on Nettles' website.
2016 Next Women of Country Tour Dates:
Jan. 15 -- Orillia, Ontario, Canada @ Casino Rama
Jan. 16 -- Northfield, Ohio @ Hard Rock Live
Jan. 17 -- Wheeling, W.V. @ Capitol Theatre
Jan. 20 -- New York City @ Beacon Theatre
Jan. 22 -- Upper Darby, Pa. @ Tower Theater
Jan. 23 -- Boston, Mass. @ House of Blues
Jan 24 -- Lancaster, Pa. @ American Music Theatre
Feb. 5 -- Durham, N.C. @ DPAC
Feb. 6 -- Cherokee, N.C. @ Harrah's Cherokee Event Center
Feb. 12 -- Wendover, Nev. @ Peppermill Concert Hall
Feb. 13 -- Beaver Creek, Colo. @ Vilar PAC
Feb. 14 -- Colorado Springs, Colo. @ Pikes Peak Center
Feb. 17 -- Hobbs, N.M. @ Lea County Events Center
Feb. 19 -- Phoenix, Ariz. @ Celebrity Theatre
Feb. 20 -- Prescott, Ariz. @ Yavapi College
Feb. 23 -- Los Angeles @ Wiltern
Feb. 26 -- Santa Rosa, Calif. @ Wells Fargo Center for the Arts
Feb. 27 -- Bakersfield, Calif. @ Majestic Fox Theatre
March 1 -- Oakland, Calif @ Fox Theater
March 3 -- Tacoma, Wash. @ Emerald Queen Casino
March 4 -- Airway Heights, Wash. @ Northern Quest Casino
March 5 -- Grand Ronde, Ore. @ Spirit Mountain Casino
March 17 -- Ft. Wayne, Ind. @ Embassy Theatre
March 18 -- Hammond, Ind. @ Horseshoe Casino
March 19 -- Milwaukee, Wis. @ TBA
April 8 -- Branson, Mo. @ TBA
April 10 -- Lawrence, Kan. @ Lied Center
April 14 -- Ralston, Neb. @ Ralston Arena
April 15 -- Cedar Rapids, Iowa @ U.S. Cellular Center
April 16 -- Green Bay, Wis. @ Resch Center
April 21 -- Morristown, N.J. @ Mayo Performing Arts Center
April 22 -- Albany, N.Y. @ Palace Theatre
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