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Published on March 01, 2024
Kacey Musgraves to Sparkle in America with "Deeper Well World Tour," Hitting Stages in Arizona and PittsburghSource: Toglenn, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons

Kacey Musgraves is taking her sparkly boots and Grammy-winning talents on the road this year with her "Deeper Well World Tour," and she's set to light up stages across America, including stops in Arizona's Desert Diamond Arena and Pittsburgh's PPG Paints Arena. The country music star announced she'll be gracing the Valley on Friday, September 27. On a tour that could be described as her boldest yet, Musgraves will be joined by the likes of Father John Misty and bluegrass aficionados Nickel Creek, according to ABC15.

Having claimed seven Grammy Awards, Musgraves isn't just strumming chords but is also setting the rhythm for a hefty tour schedule which is poised to enrapture fans in Pittsburgh on November 10. In a concert slated for the PPG Paints Arena, indie rockers Lord Huron and Nickel Creek will again accompany Musgraves, enabling her to warm hearts despite the impending winter chill, as reported by TribLive.

Tickets for the anticipated performances are scheduled to go on sale Friday, March 8 at 10 a.m. local time, with American Express cardholders getting a shot at clinching them earlier. For those Amex users, Musgraves has conjured up an early access option that begins on Tuesday, March 5 and extends until the cusp of midnight on Thursday, March 7. Meanwhile, her latest single "Too Good to be True," has already been unleashed on the same day she dropped the big tour news.

The buzz around Musgraves' newest work is as vibrant as her stage presence. Her album "Deeper Well," will make waves starting March 15, with the artist already having dazzled fans with a performance on "Saturday Night Live" on March 2. With appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and NBC's "Today" set for mid-March, Musgraves appears as busy as ever since her last gig in Pittsburgh back in 2016. When her Country & Western Rhinestone Revue tour stopped at Stage AE, it made a spectacle, and who can forget her opening act for Kenny Chesney back in 2013, at the venerable Heinz Field, as per TribLive.