Carrie Underwood Tour 2023: Buy concert tickets, schedule

Carrie Underwood flies high.

Fresh from a stunning aerial performance of her hit single “Crazy Angels” at the American Music Awards, the magnetic country star will return to the streets for the 2023 leg of her “Denim and Rhinestones Tour” beginning in February.

These include huge arena shows at Newark’s Prudential Center on February 18 and New York’s Madison Square Garden on February 21.

Other key stops on the remaining 25 tour dates include Miami, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Nashville and Los Angeles.

While it may seem like Underwood is exhausted from her busy 2022 — releasing the album Denim and Rhinestones, visiting 18 venues on the first leg of her tour, and appearing at the AMAs — she shows no signs of being it will stop in the foreseeable future.

After her last headlining gig in 2022, she shared on Instagram: “I’m looking forward to touring again in 2023!!!”

So, if you’re keen to see Underwood take it live on tour next year, we’ve found some of the lowest prices for upper level and ground floor seating for every upcoming concert on their “Denim and Rhinestone Tour” on Vivid Seats.

Some are even as low as $45 before fees.

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They offer a 100% buyer guarantee, saying your transaction is safe and secure and your tickets will be delivered before the event.

Carrie Underwood tour schedule 2023

A full calendar with all upcoming tour dates, venues and links to purchase tickets is below.

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02/02 at the FTX Arena in Miami, FL $52 $121
02/04 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, FL $93 $218
02/06 at the Vystar Arena in Jacksonville, FL $57 $127
02/07 at the State Farm Arena in Atlanta, GA $58 $136
02/08 at the Spectrum Center in Charlotte, NC $55 $256
02/10 at the Bryce Jordan Center in University Park, PA $75 $103
02/11 at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut $136 $200
02/14 at the Charleston Coliseum in Charleston, WV $55 $114
02/15 at the Capital One Arena in Washington, DC $54 $130
02/17 at the TD Garden in Boston, MA $102 $198
02/18 at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ $49 $103
02/21 at Madison Square Garden in New York, NY $68 $157
02/22 at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, PA $52 $115
02/24 at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, VA $72 $138
02/25 at the PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, PA $45 $130
02/26 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, MI $52 $113
01.03. at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tennessee $55 $183
02.03. at the Heritage Bank Center in Cincinnati, OH $47 $111
03/04 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH $76 $161
03/08 at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX $64 $182
03/11 at Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, AZ $69 $167
March 13th at the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles, CA $52 $119
03/14 at the Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, CA $50 $113
03/16 at the Moda Center in Portland, OR $45 $134
03/17 at the Climate Pledge Arena in Seattle, WA $45 $130

(Note: The New York Post has confirmed all above prices at the time of publication. All prices are subject to change and include additional fees at checkout.)

Carrie Underwood as opening act

Country music star Jimmie Allen accompanies Underwood on most shows.

Allen, 37, known for the hit singles “Best Shot” and “Make Me Want To,” was crowned with the 2021 Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year.

Additionally, Allen is quite active in the reality TV world. In 2021, he placed seventh on ABC’s Dancing with the Stars, and this year he was a guest mentor on season 20 of American Idol.

His latest album, Tulip Drive, featuring performances by Jennifer Lopez, Cee-Lo Green and T-Pain, can be streamed or purchased here.

Carrie Underwood’s “Denim and Strass” album

As previously mentioned, Underwood released her “Denim and Rhinestones” record earlier this year.

The 38 minute, 12 track album includes the monster singles “Crazy Angels”, “Hate My Heart” and of course the rollicking poppy title track “Denim and Rhinestones”.

In a rave review, Riff Magazine raved that the record’s “sound really integrates the imagery of flashy denim jackets and dripping jewelry.”

wanna hear the whole thing

You can stream or buy the album here.

Carrie Underwood AMA’s performance

In mid-November 2022, Carrie Underwood lit up the crowd at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with her aerial performance of her single “Crazy Angels.”

To see the former “American Idol” winner sing at the same time as he, you know, no big deal, flies over the crowd in a spherical cage, check out the mind-blowing stunt below.

Country stars on tour in 2023

You better get your cowboy boots ready because next year is going to be a non-stop hoedown.

For a quick preview of what’s to come, here are just five of the biggest live country tours that you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.

• George Street

• Reba McEntire

• Garth Brooks

• Kenny Chesney

• Shania Twain

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