CMT Next Women of Country 2020 rescheduled dates announced

Rescheduled spring dates set for late summer/early fall

Tanya Tucker and CMT have announced rescheduled tour dates for the spring leg of the 2020 CMT Next Women of Country: Bring My Flowers Now Tour to later in the year. The news was announced Monday morning (March 23rd) by Tucker via Instagram. Purchased tour tickets will be honored at all rescheduled dates.

Previously announced tour openers from CMT’s Next Women of Country members Erin Enderlin (2017), Hailey Whitters (2020) and Walker County (2020) will still appear with Tucker at various tour stops.

“Our top priority is the safety of our artists, crews and guests which is why we’re rescheduling the spring leg of the 2020 tour,” shares Leslie Fram, Senior Vice President, Music & Talent. “This move is being made out of an abundance of caution and concern regarding the spread of the COVID-19 virus. We’re continuing to defer to health officials and the CDC for guidance.”

This 2020 Class marks a total of 75 female acts that have been named as part of the program since its inception in 2013. A staunch advocate for country music’s female artists, CMT launched its Next Women of Country campaign in an effort to support and expose developing female talent, both signed and unsigned, in a male-dominated format. The campaign showcases emerging female artists across all CMT screens throughout the year, and in six years since its launch, CMT has expanded the initiative to include five CMT Women of Country Tours, anchored by superstar acts including Jennifer Nettles, Martina McBride and Sara Evans; a digital series titled Next Women of Country Live; and more. Notable alumnae of the franchise who have achieved both commercial and critical acclaim include Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, Maren Morris, Lauren Alaina, RaeLynn and Lindsay Ell.

2020 CMT Next Women of Country Tour Rescheduled Dates:

Aug 5 – House of Blues – Cleveland, Ohio **
Aug 7 – The Wilbur Theatre – Boston, Mass. **
Aug 9 – Hart Theatre at The Egg – Albany, Ny. **
Aug 11 – Danforth Music Hall – Toronto, ON **
Aug 18 – Roxian Theatre – Pittsburgh, Pa. **
Aug 20 – Royal Oak Music Theatre – Royal Oak, Mich. **
Aug 23 – Jefferson Center – Roanoke, Va. **
Aug 27 – The Kessler Theater – Dallas, Texas ^^
Aug 30 – The Heights Theater – Houston, Texas ^^
Sept 18 – Cherokee Casino – Roland, Okla.
Sept 19 – Sugar Creek Casino Event Center – Hinton, Okla.
Sept 25 – Harrah’s Cherokee Event Center – Cherokee, N.C.
Oct 12 – Knuckleheads – Kansas City, Mo. %
Oct 14 – Entertainment Center for the Arts, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs, Colo. %
Oct 15 – Bluebird Theater – Denver, Colo. %
Oct 20 – State Theatre For The Arts – Red Bluff, Calif.%
Oct 21 – The Fremont Theater – San Luis Obispo, Calif. %
Oct 22 – Pappy & Harriet’s – Pioneertown, Calif.
Oct 25 – The Fox Theatre – Bakersfield, Calif.

** Walker County
^^ Erin Enderlin
% Hailey Whitters

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