Little Big Town announces Nightfall album, tour

Country superstar group announces Nightfall and the accompanying headlining tour

Grammy Award-winning vocal group Little Big Town announced this morning, the release of their ninth studio album Nightfall, and accompanying headline tour, The Nightfall Tour. The foursomes’ new album will drop January 17, 2020 succeeding a once-in-a-lifetime performance at the historic Carnegie Hall in New York City on January 16, 2020. This is the first mainstream country performance featured at Carnegie Hall since Alan Jackson in 2013.

The tour will continue the following two nights at The Apollo and will proceed all spring in over 30 of the most prestigious theaters in the country, closing with two nights at Denver’s art deco gem, The Paramount. Every show excluding Carnegie Hall will feature critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Caitlyn Smith.

Pre-sales for the tour begin Monday (Sept 9th) at noon EST and will continue through Thursday night, Sept 12th. American Express Card Members can purchase tickets in select markets before the general public beginning Wednesday, September 11th at 10 am local time through Thursday, September 12th at 10 pm local time. Tickets go on sale everywhere Friday, September 13th at 10 am local time. Carnegie Hall will follow an hour later at 11 am EST.

Little Big Town also released new song, “Over Drinking” to all DSP’s. The single, written by Jesse Frasure, Cary Barlowe, Hillary Lindsey, Ashley Gorley, and Steph Jones is the first official single off of Nightfall and features Fairchild on lead with the band’s signature vocal harmonies woven throughout. The group will be performing the song for the first time, this Thursday, September 12th in the 8 am hour on NBC’s Today.

More album information will be unveiled in the coming months.

Nightfall Tour Dates:
 DATE
MARKET 
VENUE 
1.16.20
New York, NY 
Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall 
1.17.20
New York, NY 
Apollo Theater 
1.18.20 
New York, NY 
Apollo Theater 
1.30.20 
Philadelphia, PA 
The Met Philadelphia 
1.31.20
Philadelphia, PA 
The Met Philadelphia 
2.01.20
Pittsburgh, PA 
Benedum Center 
2.07.20 
Boston, MA 
Boch Center Wang Theatre 
2.08.20 
Boston, MA 
Boch Center Wang Theatre 
2.14.20
Cincinnati, OH 
Taft Theatre 
2.15.20 
Cincinnati, OH 
Taft Theatre 
2.20.20 
St. Louis, MO 
Fabulous Fox Theatre 
2.21.20 
Indianapolis, IN 
Murat Theatre
2.22.20 
Indianapolis, IN
Murat Theatre
2.26.20 
Tampa, FL 
Ruth Eckerd Hall 
2.27.20 
Tampa, FL 
Ruth Eckerd  Hall 
3.05.20 
Charleston, SC 
Charleston Gaillard Center 
3.06.20 
Charleston, SC 
Charleston Gaillard Center 
3.07.20 
Atlanta, GA 
Fox Theatre 
3.12.20 
Detroit, MI 
Fox Theatre 
3.13.20 
Chicago, IL 
The Chicago Theatre 
3.14.20 
Chicago, IL 
The Chicago Theatre 
3.27.20 
Salt Lake City, UT
Eccles Theater 
3.28.20 
Salt Lake City, UT 
Eccles Theater 
4.09.20 
Seattle, WA 
The Paramount Theatre 
4.10.20 
Seattle, WA 
The Paramount Theatre 
4.15.20 
Portland, OR 
Keller Auditorium 
4.17.20 
Oakland, CA 
Fox Theater-Oakland 
4.18.20 
Oakland, CA 
Fox Theater-Oakland 
4.23.20 
Los Angeles, CA 
The Theatre At Ace Hotel 
4.24.20 
Los Angeles, CA 
The Theatre At Ace Hotel 
4.26.20 
Las Vegas, NV 
The Colosseum at Caesars Palace 
4.28.20 
Phoenix, AZ 
Comerica Theatre 
5.01.20 
Denver, CO 
Paramount Theatre 
5.02.20 
Denver, CO
Paramount Theatre 

Author: Buddy Iahn

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