Block announces new Welcome to the Block Party Tour
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Block announces new Welcome to the Block Party Tour

Monday, July 11, 2022 – Priscilla Block announced fall tour dates for her Welcome to the Block Party Tour.

The second run of U.S. dates for the North Carolina native's first headlining tour follows her spring dates where she sold out 11 of 14 shows.

"I am so excited to announce the second leg of my Welcome to the Block Party Tour," said Block. "As a little girl, I always dreamed of writing my own songs and singing them to crowds of people. The fans absolutely blew me away earlier this year, selling out shows, singing every word to every song and making my songs their own. There were so many places that we didn't get to the first time around, so I can't wait to give the fans this second round of shows. See y'all on the road."

Tour dates are:
Oct. 13 LRH Liberty Township, OH
Oct. 14 Jergel's Warrendale, PA
Oct. 15 8 Seconds Saloon Indianapolis, IN
Oct. 20 Wooly's Des Moines, IA
Oct. 21 Joe's on Weed Chicago, IL
Oct. 22 Elevation at the Intersection Grand Rapids, MI
Oct. 26 Rick's Cafe Starkville, MS
Oct. 27 Cotton Eyed Joe's Knoxville, TN
Oct. 28 Silverado's Black Mountain, N.C.
Oct. 29 Rome River Jam Rome, GA
Nov.3 Nashville Palace Nashville, TN
Nov.11 Bluestone Columbus, OH
Nov.12 Boondock's Springfield, IL
Nov.17 Blue Room Statesboro, GA
Nov.18 Blind Horse Greenville, SC
Nov.19 Music Farm Charleston, SC

Pre-sale tickets go on sale on July 12. Regular ticketing starts July 15.

Block, 26, first gained attention from her TikTok video of the RIAA Gold-certified "Just About Over You." She later put out her her debut album, "Welcome to the Block Party" (Mercury Nashville), which came out in February. She also garnered an ACM Award nomination for New Female Artist of the Year. She received play for her single "Thick Thighs" and is currently out with "My Bar."

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