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Pearce plans ahead

Friday, March 8, 2024 – Carly Pearce is already making plans for next year.

The singer announced today her headlining hummingbird 2025 uk/eu tour, kicking off Feb. 9 in Stockholm, Sweden. The 14-city tour includes stops in Oslo, Copenhagen, Hamburg, Amsterdam, London and Manchester before concluding on Feb. 28 in Dublin.

Tickets go on sale, March 11 at 10 a.m. GMT with the Official Carly Pearce Fan Club presale. General tickets will be available on March 13 at 10 a.m. GMT.

Tour dates are:
Feb. 9 Stockholm, Sweden Berns
Feb. 10 Oslo, Norway Rockefeller Music Hall
Feb. 12 Copenhagen, Denmark Vega
Feb. 13 Hamburg, Germany Gruenspan
Feb. 14 Munich, Germany Backstage Werk
Feb. 17 Cologne, Germany Kantine
Feb. 18 Amsterdam, Netherlands Melkweg
Feb. 20 London, UK O2 Sheperd's Bush Empire
Feb. 21 Bristol, UK O2 Academy Bristol
Feb. 22 Birmingham, UK O2 Institute Birmingham
Feb. 23 Manchester, UK Albert Hall
Feb. 24 Glasgow, UK Barrowland Ballroom
Feb. 25 Belfast, UK Limelight
Feb. 28 Dublin, Ireland The Academy

The news comes after Pearce's recent announcement that she will release her fourth studio album, "hummingbird," on June 14 via Big Machine Records. The album will feature the newly released title track, plus the GRAMMY-nominated, GOLD-certified single "we don't fight anymore" featuring Chris Stapleton.

Pearce is currently on the road performing at Country 2 Country Festival in the United Kingdom, and starting March 14 she will join Tim McGraw as direct support on all dates of his 2024 arena Standing Room Only Tour.

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