Hot on the heels of a breakout year in 2019, Orville Peck has announced plans to hit the road again in early 2020. He'll begin with an international run in January, kicking things off with a series of stops in Australia, then will play a series of dates in the U.S.

Peck's 2020 tour plans include a just-announced series of shows on the West Coast and in Texas. Currently, his dates close out with an appearance at the Hangout Music Festival in Gulf Shores, Ala. A full list of stops is below, with new dates in bold.

Peck recently captured the energy of his live show in a music video for "Nothing Fades Like the Light," which follows the singer and his band on the road during a time when his star was rapidly beginning to rise in country music. "[The video] captured all of us so well at a time when our shows first started blowing up in a way that was so magical," Peck says of the clip.

Fans who haven't yet experienced that excitement and energy yet can seize the opportunity to see Peck on tour this spring. Visit for more details.

Peck first turned heads in country music as an enigmatic, velvet-throated figure whose debut album, Pony, took an evocative look at cowboy culture and its place in the future of the genre. A confirmed country music history nerd who grew up connecting to the loneliness of artists like Tammy Wynette and Patsy Cline, he has spent the past year meticulously carving out a place for himself among the genre's burgeoning outsider movement.

Orville Peck, Spring 2020 Tour Dates:

Jan. 10 - Sydney, Australia @ Sydney Festival
Jan. 12 - Auckland, New Zealand @ The Tuning Fork
Jan. 14 - Fortitude Valley, Australia @ The Foundry
Jan. 16 - Melbourne, Australia @ Corner Hotel (SOLD OUT)
Jan. 18 - Launceston, Australia @ Mona Foma
Jan. 20 - Sydney, Australia @ Sydney Festival (SECOND SHOW ADDED)
Jan. 25 - Denver, Colo. @ The Mission Ballroom
March 11 - Santa Fe, N.M. @ Meow Wolf
March 13 - Oklahoma City, Okla. @ Jones Assembly
March 14 - Dallas, Texas @ Canton Hall
March 15 - San Antonio, Texas @ Paper Tiger
March 18 - Houston, Texas @ White Oak Music Hall
April 25 - Indio, Calif. @ Stagecoach
May 1-3 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Shaky Knees
May 15 - Gulf Shores, Ala. @ Hangout Music Festival

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