Lucy Hale Announces 2015 Headline Tour

Lucy Hale Announces 2015 Headline Tour

Lucy Hale announced this morning via Rolling Stone Country that she will headline a run of dates in the new year in support of her debut album, Road Between, featuring her hit songs “You Sound Good To Me” and “Lie A Little Better.”

“THE ROAD BETWEEN” Tour will kick off on January 29th in Boston, MA, including RCA Records Nashville singer/songwriter Josh Dorr as the opening act, and marks Hale’s first official leap into touring.

“It’s been a dream come true for me to have released my first album this year,” shared Hale. “To be able to hit the road and perform is so exciting. I look forward to seeing everyone in 2015!”

Hale will bring her tour to her native Tennessee with a performance in Nashville on February 5. Tickets for “THE ROAD BETWEEN” Tour go on-sale on December 5th, visit LucyHale.com for more information.

This announcement comes on the heels of a whirlwind week for Hale who performed during last week’s Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and appeared on last night’s “CMA Country Christmas” where she performed the original song, “Mistletoe,” alongside fellow country singers Carrie Underwood, Hunter Hayes, Little Big Town, Jennifer Nettles and more.

The Memphis born and bred singer’s debut album, Road Between, was released by DMG Nashville on June 3. In 2014 Lucy has earned the distinction of being named one of CMT’s “Next Women Of Country” and was invited to make her debut on the Grand Ole Opry. Learn the latest about Hale on Facebook and follow her on Twitter and Instagram to find out more about her single, album and touring plans.

LUCY HALE “THE ROAD BETWEEN” TOUR 2015

January 29 Boston MA Paradise
January 30 New York NY Gramercy Theatre
January 31 Philadelphia PA Trocadero Theatre
February 3 Washington DC The Fillmore
February 4 Charlotte NC The Fillmore
February 5 Nashville TN 3rd & Lindsley
February 7 Atlanta GA The Loft

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