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Ingrid Andress Plots Headlining ‘Feeling Things’ Tour of U.S. and Europe

Trek kicks off September 27th and fits between Andress’ supporting dates on Dan + Shay’s tour

Ingrid Andress tour dates

Ingrid Andress will kick off the Feeling Things Tour on September 27th.

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Grammy nominee Ingrid Andress has announced dates for a headlining tour this fall and in early 2022. The “Lady Like” singer’s Feeling Things Tour will kick off September 27th and wrap up with a trip around western Europe.

Beginning with a show in Boston in late September, Andress’ trek will fold headlining performances in between her supporting dates on Dan + Shay’s The (Arena) Tour, which runs simultaneously this fall. Her stops in the United States include New York’s Webster Hall, Los Angeles’ Troubadour, and Nashville’s newly opened Brooklyn Bowl. Come January, Andress will head to Europe, where she’ll perform for audiences in Dublin, Paris, Berlin, and Copehagen, among others. The trek wraps up February 5th with a performance at Krosset in Oslo, Norway.

Georgia Webster will join as the opening performer on the U.S. leg of the trek. Tickets go on sale July 29th.

Andress released her major label debut Lady Like on March 27th, shortly after live music had gone on hiatus. In spite of it, she managed to continue building her following and scoring streaming hits, dropping a deluxe edition of the album a few months later in October 2020. She was rewarded with a Best Country Album nomination at the 2021 Grammy Awards.

The Feeling Things Tour dates:

September 27 – Boston, MA @ Royale
September 30 – Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
October 5 – Birmingham, AL @ Saturn
October 6 – Athens, GA @ Georgia Theater
October 7 – New York, NY @ Webster Hall
October 11 – Los Angeles, CA @ Troubadour
November 6 – Auburn, AL @ Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center
November 15 – Columbia, MO @ the Blue Note
November 17 – Chattanooga, TN @ the Signal
November 18 – Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl
December 9 – Richmond, VA @ the National
December 10 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Stage AE
January 18 – Dublin, Ireland @ Whelan’s
January 19 – Belfast, Northern Ireland @ Limelight 1
January 21 – Glasgow, Scotland @ Saint Luke’s
January 22 – Manchester, England @ Gorilla
January 23 – Birmingham, England @ O2 Intitute 3
January 25 – London, England @ Scala
January 27 – Paris, France @ Le Pop Up du Label
January 29 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Melkweg
January 31 – Berlin, Germany @ Privateclub
February 1 – Hamburg, Germany @ Nochtwache
February 2 – Copenhagen, Denmark @ Lille Vega
February 3 – Stockholm, Sweden @ Nalen Klubb
February 5 – Oslo, Norway @ Krosset

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