US country singer-songwriter RaeLynn (Warner Music Nashville) returns to the UK, Ireland & Europe at the end of May for tour dates with Maren Morris, following her first London performances London last month at the O2 Arena's C2C Festival.
Two-time ACM New Female Vocalist nominee RaeLynn is continuing to redefine country music with her gift for storytelling through songwriting, accented by a one-of-a-kind, electric personality. The
Warner Bros./Warner Music Nashville recording artist penned her “instantly-singable” (Taste of Country) single “Tailgate” alongside Canaan Smith, Corey Crowder and Florida Georgia Line’s Tyler
Hubbard and recently dropped “a celebration of letting one’s wild side come out” (Rolling Stone) with her upbeat country rocker “Rowdy.” Her empowering anthem “Queens Don’t” showed off another side
of the rising star and has earned upwards of 20 million on-demand streams without radio airplay, adding to her cumulative career streaming total of more than 300 million to date.
In 2018, RaeLynn became the first country artist to represent a global Too Faced cosmetics line, less than a year after releasing her debut album WildHorse. The widely lauded project, which arrived at No. 1 on Billboard’s Country Albums Chart and Top 10 on Billboard’s All-Genre Albums Sales Chart upon release, was recognised among the best country albums of 2017 by Rolling Stone, UPROXX and Stereogum. RaeLynn co-wrote 11 of the 12 tracks on the record, including the critically-acclaimed and emotionally powerful GOLD-certified single “Love Triangle.” With tour credits including runs with Garth Brooks, Keith Urban, FGL, Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton, she’s currently on the road as part of Kane Brown’s Live Forever Tour, before joining Maren Morris' GIRL The World tour and supporting Texas legend George Strait this summer.
May 17 — Berlin, Germany - Columbia Theatre
May 18 — Cologne, Germany - Kantine
May 19 — Zurich, Switzerland - Mascotte
May 21 — Hamburg, Germany - Gruenspan
May 22 — Amsterdam, Netherlands - Paradiso
May 24 — Dublin, Ireland - The Academy
May 25 — Leeds, U.K. - O2 Academy Leeds
May 26 — Glasgow, U.K. - O2 Academy Glasgow
May 27 — Manchester, U.K. - Albert Hall
May 29 — Bristol, U.K. - O2 Academy Bristol
May 30 — Birmingham, U.K. - O2 Institute
May 31 — London, U.K. - Royal Albert Hall