Sierra Ferrell Announces Shoot For The Moon Tour, Headlining Ryman Auditorium and More 

Critically acclaimed singer-songwriter Sierra Ferrell has just announced her Shoot For The Moon Tour, headlining prestigious venues like the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville and Los Angeles’ Fonda Theater before joining Zach Bryan in the support slot on his stadium run.

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The whimsical Americana troubadour will be beginning her tour in West Des Moines, Iowa in March before finishing in Floyd, Virginia in late July. She’s also bringing special guest Nikki Lane with her on some of the shows, giving fans even more reason to go and see a great performance that has been a “Long Time Coming”.  

Her Shoot For The Moon tour is coming on the back of a string of sold-out shows across America and this run of performances is set to sell out as well. Not only will Ferrell be performing at the Ryman Auditorium, but she’ll also be at Chicago’s Thalia Hall and DC’s 9:30 Club, two incredible venues known for hosting some of the best performances music can offer.

Tickets will be available via StubHub, where orders are 100% guaranteed through StubHub’s FanProtect program. StubHub is a secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.

[RELATED: Listen: Sierra Ferrell Returns with Fiery Fiddle Tune “Fox Hunt”]

One of her latest hit singles “Fox Hunt”, will be featured in the upcoming Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes blockbuster movie on November 17th. If you haven’t found a concert venue near you, don’t worry, the hit songwriter is planning on adding more dates to come soon.

As we’ve mentioned, Sierra Ferrell has just sold out every show on her last tour and the Shoot For The Moon Tour is set to do the same. She’s performing in some of the most famous theaters and auditoriums across America too, giving you a chance to see a great show at a phenomenal venue. 

Tickets will go on presale Tuesday, November 14th at 10 a.m. local time. General tickets will be on sale Friday, November 17th. If you’re looking for official tickets, you can head to StubHub or click here.

Looking of more tours? Get ready to rock out with Alanis Morissette on her Triple Moon Tour – secure your tickets now!

Shoot For The Moon Tour 2024 Dates

03/01 – West Des Moines, Iowa – Val Air Ballroom

03/02 – Omaha, Nebraska – Omaha, Nebraska

03/03 – Steamboat Springs, Colorado – WinterWonderGrass Colorado

03/04 – Aspen, Colorado – Belly Up Aspen

03/07 – Monterey, California – Golden State Theatre

03/08 – San Francisco, California – The Warfield

03/09 – Del Mar, California – The Sound at Del Mar

03/10 – Santa Barbara, California – Campbell Hall

03/20 – Nashville, Tennessee – Ryman Auditorium 

04/04 – Los Angeles, California – Fonda Theater 

04/06 – Olympic Valley, California – WinterWonderGrass Tahoe

04/09 – Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo, México – Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya

04/10 – Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo, México – Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya

04/11 – Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo, México – Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya

04/12 – Puerto Aventuras, Quintana Roo, México – Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya

04/17 – Kansas City, Missouri – The Truman

04/18 – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – Tower Theatre

04/19 – Fayetteville, Arkansas – JJ’s Live

04/20 – Georgetown, Texas – Two Step Inn

04/21 – Georgetown, Texas – Two Step Inn

04/23 – Chicago, Illinois – Thalia Hall

04/24 – Chicago, Illinois – Thalia Hall

04/26 – Minneapolis, Minnesota – First Avenue

04/27 – Milwaukee, Wisconsin – The Pabst Theater

04/28 – St. Louis, Missouri – The Pageant

05/09 – Atlanta, Georgia – The Eastern

05/10 – Charleston, South Carolina – Charleston Music Hall

05/11 – Raleigh, North Carolina – The Ritz

05/12 – Charlotte, North Carolina – The Fillmore Charlotte

05/14 – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – Union Transfer

05/22 – Washington, DC – 9:30 Club

06/26 – Floyd, Virginia – FloydFest 

06/27 – Floyd, Virginia – FloydFest

06/28 – Floyd, Virginia – FloydFest

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