Lauren Daigle Announces Fall US Tour

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After her first headline arena tour was cut short last winter, two-time GRAMMY Award winner and multi-platinum selling artist Lauren Daigle is finally picking up where she left off. The “Lauren Daigle World Tour” will kick off September 24th in Fort Wayne, IN before making stops throughout the US including Kansas City, Atlanta, Lafayette, Houston, and New Orleans before wrapping in Nashville on November 19th. Tickets are now on sale at www.laurendaigle.com/tour.

The “Lauren Daigle World Tour” features an all-new stage production, design and set list that will be highlighted by Daigle’s raw vocal power and stage presence. She’ll feature some of her hits, including her latest No. 1 single “Hold On To Me,” the platinum selling “Rescue,” and the 4x Platinum selling #1 single “You Say,” as well as tracks from her previous platinum-selling album, How Can It Be. The War and Treaty will join Daigle for the duration of tour.

Since the release of her GRAMMY Award winning, platinum certified album Look Up Child, Lauren Daigle has reigned on the Billboard Charts. The album debuted at No. 3 on the Top 200 Albums chart making Daigle the first female artist to simultaneously hit the Top 10 on both Billboard’s Pop and Christian Billboard Album Charts. In addition, the GRAMMY Award winning crossover hit, “You Say,” became the longest-running No. 1 song of any genre on the weekly Billboard Hot charts at an incredible 129 weeks and was recently certified 4x-platinum by the RIAA. Her latest single “Hold On To Me” is Daigle’s fifth No. 1 and has given her the record of most No. 1s among women on the Hot Christian Songs chart. Daigle has earned seven Billboard Music Awards, four American Music Awards, ten GMA Dove Music Awards and sold-out concert venues all over the world.

Lauren Daigle World Tour – Fall 2021
Sep 24 Fort Wayne, IN, US – Allen County War Memorial Coliseum
Sep 25 Evansville, IN, US – Ford Center
Sep 26 Kansas City, MO, US – T-Mobile Center
Sep 30 Atlanta, GA, US – State Farm Arena
Oct 1 Orlando, FL, US – Amway Center
Oct 2 Sunrise, FL, US – BB&T Center
Oct 7 North Charleston, SC, US – North Charleston Coliseum & Performing Arts Center
Oct 8 Norfolk, VA, US – Prism Theater At Scope Arena
Oct 9 Roanoke, VA, US – Berglund Center Coliseum
Oct 14 Lafayette, LA, US – Cajundome
Oct 15 Jonesboro, AR, US – First National Bank Arena
Oct 16 Huntsville, AL, US – Von Braun Center Arena
Oct 21 Sioux Falls, SD, US – Denny Sanford Premier Center
Oct 22 Minneapolis, MN, US -Target Center
Oct 23 Green Bay, WI, US – Resch Center
Oct 28 Bloomington, IL, US – Grossinger Motors Arena
Oct 29 Omaha, NE, US – CHI Health Center
Oct 30 St Louis, MO, US – Chaifetz Arena
Nov 4 Houston, TX, US – Toyota Center
Nov 5 Austin, TX, US – Frank Erwin Center, University of Texas
Nov 6 New Orleans, LA, US – Smoothie King Center
Nov 11 Columbus, OH, US – Schottenstein Center
Nov 12 Hershey, PA, US – GIANT Center, Hershey Park
Nov 13 Toledo, OH, US – The Huntington Center
Nov 18 Lexington, KY, US – Rupp Arena
Nov 19 Nashville, TN, US – Bridgestone Arena

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