Country superstar Carrie Underwood wasn’t kidding when she teased a big announcement during her Sunday appearance on “American Idol.”
The singer announced today, May 16, that she will be kicking off a concert in 43 US cities this fall, which will include a performance on November 19 at the Chase Center in San Francisco. Tickets for this concert will go on sale to the general public at 10 a.m. PST on May 20 via Ticketmaster. Prices are to be determined. A variety of VIP packages, including encounters, merchandise and more, will be available; more information about this will be at carrieunderwoodofficial.com.
Organizers said $1 from every ticket sold will be donated to the Foundation of the tower tunnelwhich helps find housing for veterans and first responders in need.
The Denim & Rhinestones Tour, named after the new album Underwood, is set for release June 10, kicks off October 15 in Greenville, South Carolina, and includes stops in Nashville, New York, Los Angeles and Seattle, where the tour will take place. will end. March 15. This will be her first major US tour in three years, although she is currently on a Las Vegas residency which will resume next year after the tour concludes.
The November 19 show in San Francisco will be Denim & Rhinestones’ final stop in 2022 and will mark a two-month break from touring. So she should be ready to blow the roof off the joint at this gig, we’re just saying.
Underwood has been one of country music’s biggest success stories since winning season four of “American Idol” in 2005. The album she released that year, “Some Hearts,” remains the best-selling debut solo album by a country music singer. the story. In total, she has sold 70 million albums worldwide and won more major music awards – Grammys, American Music Awards, CMAs, etc. – than any country artist in history.