Kelsea Ballerini Reveals New Heartfirst Tour Dates

Kelsea Ballerini has added nine new concert dates to his Heartfirst tour, beginning March 6 in Toronto, Ontario and running through March 18 in Pittsburgh, Penn. The new dates include stops in Milwaukee, Detroit and Atlantic City. Opening for Ballerini will be Georgia Webster.

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Ballerini not only has her own headlining shows coming up in 2023, but she’s also opening for some major tours this year, including Kenny Chesney’s I Go Back Tour and The Judds: The Final Tour.

In September 2022, Ballerini released what may be her most personal album to date Subject to change (via Black River Entertainment), including her current single, “If You Go Down (I’m Going Down Too).”

That Country star welcomed several female collaborators to the project, including Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild, a co-writer on the album’s title track “Subject to Change” and the tour’s namesake, “Heartfirst.” Alysa Vanderheym is also a co-producer on the project, and wrote “Heartfirst” with Fairchild and Ballerini. She also cooperated with Carly Pearce and Kelly Clarkson on the song “You’re Drunk, Go Home.”

“It’s interesting because in the conversation about ‘Yes, we need more women in country music,’ what does that actually look like?” Former ballerina told Billboard. “We need more female artists and collaborators, but we also need more female opportunities throughout the chain of events, you know? I wanted to intentionally write with more women this time. For me, when you make a record about emotions, when you connect with a woman creatively, you’ll be able to tap into that in a completely different way.”

See the full list of new tour dates below:

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