Gracie Abrams sells out headlining tour in under an hour

Highly acclaimed debut album due Feb 24th

Acclaimed singer-songwriter Gracie Abrams sold out her upcoming headline tour, The Good Riddance Tour, in under an hour after tickets went on sale Friday morning (Jan 13th). The 21 date tour hits 14 cities across North America including Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, Nashville and more. With Tiny Habits opening on all dates, the tour kicks off March 6th and runs through April 11th. Following The Good Riddance Tour, Abrams will join Taylor Swift on her blockbuster The Eras Tour across 30 different stadium shows across the country from April through August.

Before impressively selling out the trek, Abrams also released her new single, “Where Do We Go Now?,” that day. The new track showcases her ability to captivate an audience with her emotional depth as she reaches a new level of lyrical honesty. The single release was accompanied by a music video directed by Gia Coppola.

Abrams’ releases her highly anticipated debut album, Good Riddance, on February 24th via Interscope Records. Produced by Aaron Dressner of The National, the album is filled with powerful, emotionally charged songs the fans are sure to love.

Buddy Iahn
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