Celebrated singer-songwriter Sierra Ferrell will embark on a lengthy headlining tour this spring. 

The West Virginia native will start her nearly two-month-long trek with a stop at Sheldon Concert Hall in St. Louis, Mo., on March 2. She'll take the stage at cities across the U.S., including Chicago, New Orleans and San Francisco, before wrapping things up with a performance at Seattle's Neptune Theatre on May 7.

"Performing live music in front of our fans is everything to me," Ferrell says in a statement. "That free flow of energy, back and forth, from performer to crowd, is why we do this for a living. Life on the road always teeters between a magic carpet ride and a regular carpet ride, but regardless, the moment we walk out on stage, it's all worth it. I really feel we keep improving as a band and I cannot wait to see everyone's smiling faces come spring."

The announcement comes at the tail end of a breakout year for Ferrell, who was named Emerging Act of the Year at the 2022 Americana Music Association Honors & Awards in September. Spurred by the surprise viral TikTok success of her song "In Dreams" from her 2021 record Long Time Coming, Ferrell's career has continued to blossom, resulting in celebrated collaborations with an array of fellow musical talents, including The Black Keys, Billy Strings and Old Crow Medicine Show.

An artist presale will begin on Nov. 1 at 10AM local time, while venue-specific presales launch on Nov. 3 at 10AM local time. The general onsales for all concert dates will commence on Nov. 4 at 10AM local time. A complete list of tour dates is below. Additional ticketing information is available at Sierra Ferrell's official website

Sierra Ferrell's Spring 2023 Tour Dates:

March 2 - St. Louis, Mo. @ Sheldon Concert Hall
March 3 - Louisville, Ky. @ Headliners Music Hall
March 4 - Indianapolis, Ind. @ The Vogue
March 5 - Chicago, Ill. @ Lincoln Hall
March 7 - Stoughton, Wisc. @ Stoughton Opera House
March 8 - Des Moines, Iowa @ Wooly's
March 10 - Omaha, Neb. @ Slowdown
March 11 - Tulsa, Okla. @ Cain's Ballroom
March 12 - Dallas, Texas @ Granada Theater
March 15 - New Braunfels, Texas @ Gruene Hall
March 18 - Houston, Texas @ The Heights Theater
March 19 - New Orleans, La. @ Tipitina's
April 12 - Birmingham, Ala. @ Saturn
April 13 - Athens, Ga. @ Georgia Theatre
April 14 - Atlanta, Ga. @ Terminal West
April 21 - Salt Lake City, Utah @ The Depot
April 22 - Boulder, Colo. @ Boulder Theater
April 23 - Denver, Colo. @ Ogden Theatre
April 24 - Santa Fe, N.M. @ The Lensic
April 27 - Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Van Buren
May 1 - Santa Cruz, Calif. @ The Catalyst
May 2 - San Francisco, Calif. @ The Fillmore
May 4 - Boise, Idaho @ Knitting Factory Concert House
May 5 - Portland, Ore. @ Revolution Hall
May 6 - Vancouver, B.C. @ Vogue Theatre
May 7 - Seattle, Wash. @ Neptune Theatre

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Prine's songs had been recorded by George Strait, Bonnie Raitt and others, and he'd dueted with Kacey Musgraves, Miranda Lambert and more, which means you're likely more familiar with his music than you think. Keep reading, though, for a few other things you might not know about Prine:

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