Lauren Alaina Sets Dates for Headlining That Girl Was Me Tour
Updated (8/26): Lauren Alaina has postponed her That Girl Was Me Tour to early 2020 so that she can compete on ABC’s Dancing With the Stars. See the new dates below.
“Road Less Traveled” singer Lauren Alaina has announced plans for a headlining tour set to launch in fall 2019. Dubbed That Girl Was Me Tour, the trek will officially get underway September 14th in Columbia, Missouri.
Alaina, who put out her her latest single “Ladies in the ’90s” in 2018, will play nine headlining shows in total, including New York’s Bowery Ballroom and Boston’s Paradise Rock Club. After playing a late-October gig at the Buckhead Theatre in her home state of Georgia, Alaina will return to her adopted home of Nashville to perform at the city’s famed rock club Exit/In. Accompanying Alaina on these shows — save for the October 3rd show in Columbus, Ohio — is new performer Filmore, who recently released his single “Slower” to radio. Tickets will go on sale Friday, May 31st.
“Ladies in the ’90s” also has a newly released video in which Alaina plays a home-shopping-channel host who peddles a variety of signature Nineties items. The upbeat song, which references everything from “Strawberry Wine” to Britney Spears, is Alaina’s first offering from a forthcoming follow-up to her second album, 2017’s Road Less Traveled.
Before she launches her own tour, Alaina will hit the festival circuit this summer and give performances at Summerfest in Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Country Fest in Cadott, Wisconsin; and Pepsi Jam in Panama City Beach, Florida, along with a brief July trek to the United Kingdom.
Lauren Alaina’s updated That Girl Was Me Tour dates:
January 15 — Nashville, TN
January 16 — Nashville, TN
January 18 — Indianapolis, ID
January 23 — Columbia, MO
January 24 — Rosemont, IL
January 25 — Warrendale, PA
January 27 — New York, NY
January 30 — Boston, MA
February 1 — Columbus, OH
February 6 — Richmond, VA
February 8 — Atlanta, GA
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