On the heels of selling out every one of her live shows this past year, Sierra Ferrell has just expanded her extensive run of U.S. tour dates for spring 2024.
Before joining Zach Bryan at a series of arenas and stadiums next summer, Ferrell will now headline two nights at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, two nights at LA’s Fonda Theatre, and a newly added stop at NYC’s Webster Hall, all on top of the nearly two dozen performances she announced last month. Each night of the cross-country 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.
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.”