Lainey Wilson announces 2024 UK tour

    The 'Wildflowers & Wildhorses' singer will be returning to the UK in April which will be the first time she will be back across the pond since a main stage appearance at C2C in 2023.

    In a post on social media, Lainey said "Surprise! I’m bringin’ country with a flare to AUSTRALIA and EUROPE in 2024 and my good buddies Jackson DeanKameron Marlowe, and Harper O'Neill Music are comin’ along for the ride. 🤠Join the Wild Horses to get exclusive access to presale tickets! https://laineywilson.com

    Australia: 
    Public On Sale: Monday, 13 Nov @ 2pm AEDT
    Wild Horses Presale: Wednesday, 8 Nov @ 2pm AEDT – Friday, 10 Nov @ 2pm AEDT 

    Europe: 
    Public On Sale: Friday, 10 Nov @ 10am local 
    Wild Horses Presale: Tuesday, 7 Nov. @ 10am local – Friday, 10 Nov. @ 9am local"

     

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