Maddie & Tae Announce “Tourist in This Town Tour”

Maddie & Tae Announce “Tourist in This Town Tour”

Before joining Lady Antebellum’s Ocean Tour this summer, Maddie & Tae will perform a handful of headlining dates on their Tourist in This Town Tour, which takes its moniker from a song on their 2019 EP, One Heart to Another.

Kicking off on April 15 in Baltimore, the eight-date tour will make additional stops in Atlanta, Charleston, Wichita and more. Avenue Beat will serve as support.

“Feels so surreal to be going out on a headlining tour, especially with our new record,” said Tae. “These songs are our raw unfiltered stories, and we can’t wait to tell them live.”

“We’ve waited five years to go back out on a headlining tour,” said Maddie. “We are so excited to see our beautiful fans singing all of this new music.”

Tickets go on sale on Jan. 17 at 10 a.m. local time.

Tourist in This Town Tour

April 15 | Baltimore Soundstage | Baltimore, MD
April 16 | The Bluestone | Columbus, OH
April 17 | Manchester Music Hall | Lexington, KY
April 29 | Buckhead Theatre | Atlanta, GA
May 1 | Music Farm | Charleston, SC
May 2 | Von Braun Center | Mars Music Hall | Huntsville, AL
May 15 | Varsity Theatre | Baton Rouge, LA
July 11 | Temple Live | Wichita, KS

photo by Tammie Arroyo, AFF-USA.com

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