While headlining C2C: Country to Country Festival at London’s famed O2 Arena broadcast live by BBC 2 Radio, Kacey Musgraves exclusively announced to a sold-out crowd of over 14,000 fans that she’ll soon return on a headlining world tour of her own. The Oh, What A World: Tour will kick off in countries across Europe this fall, including The Netherlands, England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Ireland.
Kacey will embark on the Oh, What A World: Tour in support of her highly-anticipated fourth studio album Golden Hour, available March 30th. Ahead of release, Kacey has introduced Golden Hour with singles Butterflies and Space Cowboy, which have been met with critical acclaim from everyone including TIME, Rolling Stone, CMT, The FADER, Consequence of Sound, Vulture, and Paste, with RNP declaring “she’s relaxed into the sound she’d already designed, going deeper beneath its sparkly, vintage-tinted surface and further cultivating her innate commitment to clarity and craft” and Noisey proclaiming “it’s clear that the Texan is still the most talented songwriter in mainstream pop-country.”
Kacey will perform at York Barbican on Wednesday 24th October.