Lauren Alaina Announces 2022 Headlining Tour, Tickets On Sale Friday

Monday, December 6, 2021

Multi-Platinum-selling Lauren Alaina wraps up a pinnacle year with the announcement of her 2022 headlining tour. Alaina will kick off her Top of the World Tour presented by Maurices on Feb. 24 in Silver Spring, Md. Joining Alaina on the Top Of The World Tour will be special guest Spencer Crandall. 

“After two long years, I am so excited to get back on the road for my second headlining tour,” said Alaina. “My fans have continued to support me even when we weren’t able to be in the same room together. I’m on Top Of The World thinking about being back on stage, face to face, with the people who got me here.”

“We are proud to be the presenting sponsor of Lauren Alaina’s tour, with Lauren styled in her favorite Maurices outfits,” said David Kornberg, Maurices CEO. “Our customers love country music. Lauren’s tour locations and her mission align strongly with our core purpose of making a positive difference in the lives of women who are the heart of our hometowns.”

The tour is in support of her No. 1 debuting album Sitting Pretty on Top of the World which includes her current hit single “Getting Over Him” featuring Jon Pardi as well as the RIAA Gold-certified “Getting Good” featuring her friend and mentor Trisha Yearwood. The Top of the World Tour presented by Maurices is the follow-up to her sold out and first-ever career headlining tour, That Girl Was Me Tour, that wrapped in early 2020. 

Her book, Getting Good At Being You will be released wherever books are sold on Tuesday.

Tickets go on sale Friday. To purchase tickets to the Top Of The World Tour Presented by Maurices go to http://laurenalainaofficial.com/

Top Of The World Tour Presented by Maurices:
 
Feb 24             Silver Spring, MD                  The Fillmore Silver Spring
Feb 25             New York, NY                       Webster Hall
Feb 26             Warrendale, PA                      Jergel’s Rhythm Grille
Mar 2              Boston, MA                            Paradise Rock Club – Music Hall
Mar 3              Asbury Park, NJ                     Stone Pony
Mar 4              Bethlehem, PA                        Steelstacks – Musikfest Café 
Mar 10            Minneapolis, MN                    Varsity Theater
Mar 11            Columbia, MO                        The Blue Note
Mar 12            Rosemont, IL                          Joe’s Live
Mar 17            Milwaukee, WI                       The Rave / Eagles Club 
Mar 18            Bloomington, IL                     The Castle Theater
Mar 19            Council Bluffs, IA         Horseshoe Council Bluffs | Whiskey Roadhouse
Mar 24            Hobart, IN                               Art Theater
Mar 25            Columbus, OH                        The Bluestone
Mar 26            Indianapolis, IN                      8 Seconds Saloon
April 7             Tulsa, OK                               Cain’s Ballroom
April 8             Cedar Park, TX                       The Haute Spot
April 9             Little Rock, AR                      The Hall
April 13           Atlanta, GA                            Buckhead Theatre
April 14           Nashville, TN                         Brooklyn Bowl
April 15           Charleston, SC                        Charleston Music Hall

Review for Lauren Alaina:

Alaina, who American Songwriter calls “a vibrant force of positivity in the world,” has had a banner year with the release of her third studio album Sitting Pretty On Top of the World which includes her current hit single “Getting Over Him,” a duet featuring Jon Pardi. The multi-award winner was featured on Entertainment Tonight, Billboard, FORBES, PEOPLE, Atlanta Journal Constitution, CMT Hot 20, Holler Country, Music Row, EverythingNash.com, Country Now, RIFF Magazine, Sounds Like Nashville, Taste of Country, The Boot, Outsider.com and more.

In September, the Georgia native starred in her first Hallmark Channel movie “Roadhouse Romance” that premiered to rave reviews and became the #1 most-watched entertainment cable program of the day and week. 

Alaina has shared the stage with superstars including Alan Jackson, Blake Shelton, Carrie Underwood, Luke Bryan, Martina McBride and Jason Aldean, sold out her own, first-ever headlining, That Girl Was Me Tour, and has performed on some of the highest-profile stages in the world including national television performances on PBS’s A Capitol Fourth, Dancing with the Stars, American Idol, TODAY, ABC’s Good Morning America, The Ellen Degeneres Show, Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, ABC’s CMA Fest specials, CMA and ACM Awards, Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day halftime performance, MLB’s World Series national anthem (Game 5, 2021) and more including a performance at the White House for President Obama for a PBS special.


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