Six-time GRAMMY Award-winning, singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves embarks on her sold-out North American tour, “star-crossed: unveiled,” promoted by AEG Presents. Kicking off last night in Saint Paul, Minnesota, the shows see Kacey performing selections from her critically acclaimed album star-crossed for the first time and marks her first-ever triumphant arena tour across America. With stops including New York City’s iconic Madison Square Garden, Dallas’ American Airlines Center in her native state of Texas, and Bridgestone Arena in her current home of Nashville, Kacey ends the tour on a high note at LA’s famed Crypto.com Arena. The shows feature support artists King Princess and MUNA; more information on tickets is available HERE.
Musgraves’ fourth studio album star-crossed was hailed as one of 2021’s best albums by the likes of Billboard, Stereogum, Complex, Uproxx and People Magazine. Upon its release, USA Today raved “the genre-defying singer is back with an even more sonically adventurous new effort,” The New York Times described star-crossed as “the psychological hangover to Golden Hour,” and Pitchfork noted “she sounds alternately vulnerable and triumphant.”
Once again nominated for two GRAMMY-Awards including Best Country Solo Performance and Best Country Song for “Camera Roll” from star-crossed, Musgraves continues to move audiences with her authentic, confessional, and poignant songwriting. Her emotional performance of “Camera Roll” opened the season of Saturday Night Live; more recently, Kacey made a special appearance on Sesame Street singing “All The Colors of the World” and graced the cover of V Magazine. This past weekend she made a memorable appearance on NPR’s Wait Wait… Don’t Tell Me!
“star-crossed: unveiled,” is a welcome and celebratory return to live music and Kacey’s long-awaited return to the stage following her groundbreaking album Golden Hour, and subsequent Oh, What A World: Tour that spanned over two years. The live dates included an arena tour with Harry Styles and headlining venues including New York’s Radio City Music Hall, as well as festivals including Coachella, Stagecoach, Fuji Rocks Festival, Global Citizen Festival, Austin City Limits, Outside Lands, Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, Governor’s Ball, Farm Aid, Lollapalooza and more.
2022 star-crossed: unveiled US tour :
Jan 19 / Saint Paul, MN / Xcel Energy Center
Jan 20 / Chicago, IL / United Center
Jan 21 / Kansas City, MO / T-Mobile Center
Jan 23 / Cleveland, OH / Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse
Jan 26 / Philadelphia, PA / Wells Fargo Center
Jan 27 / Boston, MA / TD Garden
Feb 3 / Washington DC / Capital One Arena
Feb 5 / New York, NY / Madison Square Garden
Feb 9 / Atlanta, GA / State Farm Arena
Feb 11 / Nashville, TN / Bridgestone Arena
Feb 14 / Dallas, TX / American Airlines Center
Feb 16 / Denver, CO / Ball Arena
Feb 19 / Oakland, CA / Oakland Arena
Feb 20 / Los Angeles, CA / Crypto.com Arena
Feb 25 / Toronto, ON / Scotiabank Arena
star-crossed: unveiled will be following the directive and policy of each city’s governing officials regarding COVID protocol for mass gatherings. For any questions, please visit the specific venue’s website for current regulations.