On the heels of selling out every one of her live shows this past year, Sierra Ferrell has just announced an initial run of more than 20 U.S. tour dates for spring 2024. Before joining Zach Bryan at a series of arenas and stadiums next summer, Ferrell will headline Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium with special guest Nikki Lane, LA’s Fonda Theatre, two nights at Chicago’s Thalia Hall, DC’s 9:30 Club and dozens of other cities from March 1 through May 22, with additional stops to be revealed soon.
Each night of the Shoot For The Moon Tour will feature brand new music from Nashville’s “rising star” (Rolling Stone), in support of the unannounced but highly-anticipated followup to her debut album, 2021’s Long Time Coming.
Tickets will be available starting with an artist presale at 10 a.m. local time on Tuesday, November 14, ahead of the general onsale at 10 a.m. local time on Friday, November 17. Fans can sign up for early access beginning today at 10 a.m. PST, by visiting sierraferrellmusic.com/tour
In recent weeks, with the release of scorching new single “Fox Hunt,” Sierra Ferrell has continued to prove that “she is, without a doubt, one the most exciting country musicians in all of America” (Paste). Since the release of Long Time Coming, Ferrell won Emerging Artist of The Year at the 2022 Americana Honors & Awards, and was nominated for Artist of The Year this fall. In addition to selling out every headline performance in 2023, she played festivals including Bonnaroo, Newport Folk and Stagecoach, and has shared stages with the likes of Lana Del Rey, The Avett Brothers and Nathaniel Rateliff. “Fox Hunt” previews the enthralling live set she will bring all across the country in the coming months — as Billboard praises, “The instrumentation and Ferrell’s voice display a masterful musicianship that can veer on the edge of untamed, while maintaining exquisite control.”
Following a streak of collaborations with Zach Bryan, Diplo, Margo Price and more, Sierra Ferrell will also have a new song in the soundtrack of upcoming film The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes, out November 17. Before then she will return to Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry and will celebrate Gram Parsons at LA’s GRAMMY Museum.
While she has now become one of Nashville’s most-wanted musicians, whose viral ascent has brought her to much larger stages and screens, “Ferrell built her act not from the comfort of a bedroom but in freight-train boxcars,” explains The New Yorker, “and by playing on the streets as a romantic musical vagabond.” From growing up in small-town West Virginia to singing Shania Twain covers at seven years old in a dead-end bar, to joining a traveling pack of homeless musicians and busking on the streets of New Orleans and Seattle, Sierra Ferrell brings her signature sense of eclecticism to every venue, truckstop or alleyway she plays, driven by the constant desire to expand her audience’s capacity for wonder.
Find Sierra Ferrell’s full list of newly announced tour dates below, and at sierraferrellmusic.com/tour