LeAnn Rimes Announces Fall Leg of the story…so far Tour 

LeAnn Rimes will continue her critically acclaimed 2023 trek. The “I Need You” singer turned to social media earlier this week (May 16) to announce a string of new dates for the story…so far Tour

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“the story… so far tour” is getting even bigger… I’ve seen all of your messages, requesting that we come to a town near you!” wrote Rimes in the caption. “So, we’ve been busy behind the scenes trying to bring the tour to your cities. And today, I’m excited to announce the fall leg of the tour.”

Pre-sale is currently available for upcoming shows. To gain early access, concert-goers must sign up for Rimes’ newsletter. Once they become verified fans, they will receive a “pre-sale code.” 

The songstress has been on the story…so far Tour since before she released her latest record, god’s work. Within the 19th studio album – listeners hear Rimes reflect on her life, navigating grief, and discovering her spiritual side. The eye-opening collection includes the soaring ballad “spaceship,” “awakening,” “i do” featuring Aloe Blacc, and a handful of collaborations with notable names in the industry.

The nationwide run serves as a celebration, as it has been 25 years since Rimes broke into the country scene. The powerhouse vocalist rose to stardom at 13 years old with her timeless track, “Blue.” She went on to receive seven Grammy nominations and walked away with two. She is a decorative artist with a storytelling soul. 

Rimes has included 15 more dates and is expected to stop in massive markets such as – New York, Nashville, Texas, California, and many more. While delivering poignant tracks from her recent project, she will also perform some of her biggest hits to honor her impressive catalog and musical longevity.  

The second leg will kick off Thursday night, May 18, in Wilmington, Delaware. 

See Rimes’ new “the story… so far tour” dates here:

may 18 – wilmington, de

may 19 – new london, ct

may 20 – new brunswick, nj

jun 24 – reno, nv

jul 01 – rancho mirage, ca

jul 22 – park city, ut

aug 12 – lac du flambeau, wi

sep 15 – lagrange, ga

sep 22 – glendora, ca

sep 23 – aliso viejo, ca

sep 24 – scottsdale, az

sep 29 – riverside, ia

sep 30 – cedar falls, ia

oct 13 – longview, tx

oct 20 – skokie, il

oct 21 – lafayette, in

oct 22 – nashville, in

oct 26 – saginaw, mi

oct 27 – flint, mi

oct 28 – salamanca, ny

nov 16 – ridgefield, ct

nov 17 – englewood, nj

nov 18 – stony brook, ny

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