Fans are going to fall in love twice next Valentine’s Day, with Elle King announcing a new month-long headlining tour in February 2023. Called “A-Freaking-Men Tour,” this new tour features 36 concerts and the live reveal of her new album: Come Get Your Wife.
A four-time Grammy nominated artist, Elle King has not only dominated in one, but two separate music industries. Starting off in the rock genre, King had early success with the 2014 hit single “Ex’s & Oh’s.” Oh, I’m sure you all remember that throwback. This song alone would launch King into the stratosphere, reaching double Platinum certification, top ten positions in every Billboard category, and 2 Grammy nominations. Since then, King has released 8 singles, two EPs, and two albums.
Yet Elle King wasn’t content on just being the queen of rock—she has since been crushing it in the country genre as well. Following the early success of her first experimental country tune “Different For Girls” in 2016, she has since been perfecting her craft in the genre. Collaborating with country artists such as Dierks Bentley, and eventually even garnering recognition from the Academy of Country Music Awards.
Come Get Your Wife will be King’s debut country album, and her first full country project. Judging by how catchy and critically acclaimed her previous country songs have already been, her work will undoubtedly shake up the country genre.
Furthermore, Elle King states: “I am so excited to be going back out on tour, not just because I love to perform, but because I’m finally putting out a new record. I have put all of my energy and love into this album and I cannot wait to share it live for everyone.”
Elle King’s 2023 Tour Dates:
- Feb 14 – New Orleans – The Fillmore
- Feb 16 – Atlanta – Tabernacle
- Feb 17 – Asheville, N.C. – The Orange Peel
- Feb 18 – Asheville, N.C. – The Orange Peel
- Feb 19 – Lexington, Ky. – Manchester Music Hall
- Feb 21 – Silver Spring, Md. – The Fillmore
- Feb 22 – Huntington, N.Y. – The Paramount
- Feb 24 – Boston – Roadrunner
- Feb 25 – Harrisburg, Pa. – XL Live
- Feb 27 – Cleveland, Ohio – Masonic Auditorium
- Feb 28 – Cincinnati – The Andrew J Brady Music Center
- March 1 – Indianapolis – Egyptian Room at Old Red Centre
- March 3 – Detroit – The Fillmore
- March 4 – Chicago – TBA
- March 5 – St. Paul, Minn. – The Palace
- March 7 – St. Louis – The Pageant
- March 8 – Kansas City, Mo. – Uptown Theater
- March 10 – Denver – Summit
- March 11 – Salt Lake City – Union Event Center
- March 14 – Portland, Ore. – Revolution Hall
- March 15 – Portland, Ore. – Revolution Hall
- March 17 – Stateline, Nev. – Harrah’s Lake Tahoe South Shore Room
- March 18 – Sacramento, Calf. – Ace Of Spades
- March 20 – Tempe, Ariz. – Marquee Theater
- March 23 – Austin, Texas – Austin City Limits Live At Moody Theater
- March 24 – Tulsa, Okla. – Cain’s Ballroom
- March 25 – Bossier City, La. – Margaritaville Resort Theater (*Red Clay Strays not available for this show)