Lainey Wilson is adding another performance date — in a new city — to her sold-out, first-ever headlining tour.
The Bell Bottom Country superstar revealed on Tuesday morning (January 24) that she’s slated to play The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. The new show is scheduled for April 16, with special guests Colby Acuff and Tyler Dial. Tickets will go on sale on Friday (January 27).
Wilson announced the “Country With A Flare Tour” in October, with the release of her highly-anticipated sophomore album, Bell Bottom Country. The reigning CMA Female Vocalist of the Year is set to stop in dozens of cities along the nationwide trek, presented by the Stella Rosa Future is Female music series.
Bell Bottom Country blended influences from several genres — ‘70s rock, funk, soul and more — while staying true to Wilson’s country core. The Louisiana native named her project after the nickname of her signature sound and style, listing 14 tracks on the original project. Wilson wrote all but one song, with the exception being her cover of “What’s Up (What’s Going on).” Bell Bottom Country included “Watermelon Moonshine,” “Hold My Halo,” “Heart Like A Truck” and other fan-favorites, and Wilson extended the album with added tracks from the smash-hit series Yellowstone. Wilson made her acting debut, playing Abby, in the latest season.
“This past year has been such a roller coaster – it’s truly been one of the most rewarding and challenging of my career. We’ve worked so hard on this album and I’m so proud of it,” Wilson said when she released her new album. “I can’t wait to headline my first tour next year and play all my new music across the country.”