Jo Dee Messina makes an exciting announcement today, revealing that she will be embarking on the eagerly awaited second leg of her Heads Carolina, Tails California Tour in early 2024.
The tour will kick off on February 3 in Key West, Florida and will feature various tastemaker festival appearances and headline performances at renowned venues, such as Joe’s Live in Chicago and the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. The Massachusetts native will return home to New England on May 31 for a 6-date, region-wide homecoming celebration! This list marks only the beginning, as another round of dates are in the works, extending the tour through the end of 2024.
For more details and to secure your tickets, please visit jodeemessina.com/tour.
Messina’s 2023 touring season has been nothing short of spectacular, selling out shows coast to coast and taking the spotlight at coveted country music festivals. Her electrifying stage presence has solidified her as a must-see act, and it’s clear that there’s no slowing down for the country star.
In addition to her heavy touring schedule, she illuminated the national television stage numerous times in the past year, leaving a mark with her captivating performances at the CMA Awards on ABC, NBC’s TODAY, the ACM Awards on Amazon and a performance on ABC’s CMA Fest special. Her star power continued to shine brightly this year as she clinched a well-deserved nomination at the upcoming CMA Awards for ‘Musical Event of the Year’ with Cole Swindell for the chart-topping hit, “She Had Me at Heads Carolina.” The song was also nominated for ‘Musical Event of the Year’ at the ACM Awards earlier this year. Moreover, Jo Dee gifted her fans with a brand-new single “Just to Be Loved,” which ignited an overwhelming outpouring of love from her dedicated fan base. To stay up to date with Jo Dee, please visit jodeemessina.com.
Heads Carolina, Tails California Tour Dates:
Feb. 3 – Key West, Fla. – Key Western Fest
Feb. 4 – Coconut Creek, Fla. – Seminole Casino
Feb. 16 – Cleveland, Ohio – TempleLive at Cleveland Masonic
Feb. 17 – Lancaster, Penn. – American Music Theatre
Feb. 18 – North Myrtle Beach, S.C. – Alabama Theatre
March 9 – Plant City, Fla. – Florida Strawberry Festival
March 14 – Carterville, Ill. – Event Center at Walker’s Bluff Casino
March 15 – Davenport, Iowa – Rhythm City Casino Resort – Event Center
March 16 – Larchwood, Iowa – Grand Falls Casino Resort
April 4 – Flint. Mich. – Capitol Theatre
April 5 – Wisconsin Dells, Wis. – Crystal Grand Music Theatre
April 6 – Nashville, Ind. – Brown County Music Center
April 27 – Nashville, Tenn. – Ryman Auditorium
May 16 – Shipshewana, Ind. – Blue Gate Performing Arts Center
May 17 – Rosemont, Ill. – Joe’s Live
May 18 – Troy, Ohio – Hobart Arena
May 31 – Stamford, Conn. – Palace Theatre
June 1 – Webster, Mass. – Indian Ranch
June 2 – Boston, Mass. – House of Blues
June 6 – Sidney, Maine – The Bowl in the Pines
June 7 – Hampton Beach – N.H. – Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom
June 8 – Hyannis, Mass. – Cape Cod Melody Tent
June 14 – Santa Rosa, Calif. – Country Summer Music Festival
June 28 – Redwood Falls, Minn. – Vicki’s Camp N Country Jam
June 29 – Fargo, N.D. – Outdoors at Fargo Brewing
June 30 – Dauphin, Man. – Dauphin’s Countryfest
July 11 – Fort Loramie, Ohio – Country Concert