Musgraves tours in Styles
Thursday, June 8, 2017
– Kacey Musgraves is continuing to stretch her musical horizons as she announced today she would be the opening act on Harry Styles' summer 2018 world tour.
"We are gonna light up the road next summer and I couldn't be more excited. It will be a unique and fun blend of two 'styles' coming together," said Musgraves. Styles, who just released a solo album, is the lead singer of boy band One Direction.
Styles announced the addition of 56 new show dates today in 2018 to his world tour. The new dates will be supported by directly by Musgraves in the U.S. and Canada, including stops at Madison Square Garden in New York, The Forum in Los Angeles, and Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. All tickets go on sale on Friday, June 16 via local ticket agents.
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