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Star Crossed Tour: Announces Kacey Musgraves

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Kacey Musgraves is soon going to bring the songs from her upcoming Star Crossed album to fans across the United States. She’s launching her Star Crossed: Unveiled headlining tour, promoted by AEG Presents, on January 19th in St. Paul, Minnesota. The Grammy award winning country star will headline Denver’s Ball arena on February 16th, 2022. 

The 15-city tour includes a stop at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on February 11th, 2022, and concludes February 20th at Los Angeles’ Staples Center. She will also visit Atlanta, Boston, Chicago and many other places. King Princess and MUNA will join her as supporting artists.

The tour marks Musgraves’ first slate of headlining shows since her Oh, What a World tour wrapped in October 2019.Star Crossed which is Musgraves’ fourth studio album is set to release on the 10th of September. She recently released the album’s title track as well as the follow-up Justified. Musgraves will also be releasing a film by the same name alongside the album.

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Musgraves will reunite with collaborators Daniel Tashian and Ian Fitchuk ,for Star Crossed who also worked with Musgraves on her 2018 album Golden Hour, which earned a Grammy in the coveted all-genre album of the year category.

Reports from Denver Post say that, Musgraves’ show is part of a jam-packed schedule for early 2022 at Ball Arena, including several shows that will have been delayed by up to two years. Big concerts during those months — most taking place in February and March — include Bad Bunny, The Weeknd, Celine Dion, Billie Eilish, Justin Bieber, John Mayer, Tyler the Creator and Deftones.

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The announcement also comes following the many canceled or postponed tours by other big artists like, Nine Inch Nails, Garth Brooks, Stevie Nicks and BTS. Similar concerns over rising cases of the delta variant of COVID-19 — or, in some cases, positive tests by band and touring members — have caused Florida-Georgia Line, Colorado’s String Cheese Incident, Neil Young, Pixies, Counting Crows, Korn and others to cancel individual shows or runs of shows.

Promoters and touring artists have increasingly responded by setting rules that include proof of vaccination or negative COVID-19 tests with 48 to 72 hours of the show, at minimum, while some artists have set even stricter rules for their shows.

Watch the Star Crossed trailer below:


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