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Tenille Townes To Embark On Her SIDE A + B TOUR Next Year

Reigning CCMA Entertainer of the year and two-time ACM Award winner Tenille Townes will embark on her SIDE A + B TOUR in January, continuing to demonstrate how Townes has explored duality throughout her most recent works. Kicking off Jan. 18 in Portland, OR, tickets are available beginning Oct. 21 at

“We’re going to be doing something a little different on this tour, creating a show that reflects both sides of who I am and the music I make: the reflective songwriter and the rock and roll entertainer all in one setlist,” said Townes. “I can’t wait to see everybody at these clubs, singing these songs and coming together as our community!”

Having earned her Entertainer of the Year title delivering heart wrenching, personal ballads that can stop an audience in their tracks coupled with searing, high-energy moments, Townes’ latest trek will reflect the duality that inspired her project Masquerades. Featuring collaborations “Shared Walls” with BRELAND and “When You Need It” with Wrabel, Masquerades earned superlatives from The Boot (“excellent”), Essentially Pop (“brilliant”), Wide Open Country (“full of great songs”), and more, in addition to being named Ford F-150 Album of the Year at the 2022 CCMA Awards.

Townes recently joined JUNO award-winning Canadian indie-pop band Walk off the Earth for their new single “Tomorrow Can Wait,” as well as her own new song “The Last Time,” which she premiered at the 2022 Canadian Country Music Association Awards. Townes, who co-hosted the awards alongside Blanco Brown, earned trophies for Single of the Year and Songwriter of the Year (both for “Girl Who Didn’t Care,” co-written with Steph Jones and David Pramik), her fourth consecutive Female Artist of the Year award, as well as her Entertainer and Album of the Year honors.

She is nominated for the Country Music Association’s International Artist Achievement Award while in the midst of her European tour that continues Oct. 17 in Glasgow. She’ll continue her own headlining dates stateside with a performance Nov. 2 at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City.


Oct. 17—Glasgow, UK—Oran Mor

Oct. 18—Bristol, UK—Fleece

Oct. 19—London, UK—Scala

Oct. 20—Manchester, UK—Gorilla

Oct. 22—Utrecht, Netherlands—Tivoli Vreden Burg

Oct. 24—Berlin, DE—Privatclub

Oct. 25—Hamburg, DE—Häkken

Nov. 2—New York, NY—Gramercy Theatre

Nov. 3—Cambridge, MA—The Sinclair

Nov. 4—Philadelphia, PA—World Café Live

Nov. 8—Oshawa, ON—The Music Hall

Nov. 10 —Kitchner, ON—Wax

Nov. 11—London, ON—London Music Hall

Nov. 12—Toronto, ON—Danforth Music Hall

Nov. 13—Ottawa, ON—Bronson Centre

Nov. 18—Fort Worth, TX—Dickies Arena (Opening for George Strait)

Nov. 19—Fort Worth, TX—Dickies Arena (Opening for George Strait)


Jan. 18, 2023 – Portland, OR – Mississippi Studios

Jan. 19, 2023 – Seattle, WA – Tractor Tavern

Jan. 20, 2023 – Vancouver, BC – Commodore Ballroom

Jan. 21, 2023 – Kelowna, BC – Kelowna Community Theatre

Jan. 25, 2023 – Calgary, AB – Jack Singer Concert Hall

Jan. 26, 2023 – Edmonton, AB – Winspear Centre

Jan. 27, 2023 – Saskatoon, SK – Coors Event Centre

Jan. 29, 2023 – Winnipeg, MB – The Park Theatre

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