Following a highly successful tour in 2014, stars of ABC’s Nashville will once again hit the road in an eight-city spring concert tour. Launching on April 29th in New York City, Clare Bowen, Chris Carmack, Charles Esten, Aubrey Peeples and Lennon & Maisy will take the stage and perform various songs from the hit television series. Sam Palladio will join the tour for the New York and Los Angeles shows and Jonathan Jackson will appear in Chicago. All shows go on sale Friday, March 27th.
“It is so exciting and rewarding to see our amazing cast blossom as live artists and be able to have that intimate relationship with our Nashville fans,” said Dawn Soler, Senior Vice President, TV Music, ABC Entertainment Group. She added, “Taking ‘Nashville’ on the road, along with our ‘On The Record’ series, offers our viewers a complete and authentic experience.”
“We were truly energized last year by the fervor and passion we experienced on the road.” shared Steve Buchanan, President, Opry Entertainment. “We have been anxiously awaiting the opportunity to once again share the exceptional talents of our cast with fans from coast to coast. They are all rare individuals that excel as actors, musicians, songwriters and performers.”
4/29 New York, NY, Beacon Theater
5/2 Boston, MA, Wang Theater
5/3 Washington, DC, DAR Constitution Hall
5/5 Chicago, IL, Rosemont Auditorium
5/6 Minneapolis, MN, Northrup Auditorium
5/8 San Francisco, CA, Warfield Theater
5/9 Los Angeles, CA, Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE
5/10 Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theater
The tour is produced by Opry Entertainment. Nashville airs Wednesdays (10-11 p.m., ET) on ABC.
Since its debut, Nashville has inspired six Music Of Nashville soundtracks, as well as a Christmas album, which have collectively sold nearly one million soundtracks and over four million tracks to date. Produced by Big Machine Records, ABC Studios and Lionsgate, the show’s sixth and highly-anticipated soundtrack is on sale May 12th.
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