After selling out nearly all dates on the first and second leg of their “In Real Life Tour,” rising country singers and social media personalities Alexandra Kay, Cooper Alan and Thomas Mac announced that there will be a third and final leg of the tour.
Set to kick off in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Nov. 30, the three up-and-coming artists are excited to end the year with a bang after completing their first successful tour across the country.
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“We had no idea what to expect when we started this tour; we were just excited to play for a live audience again, and thank our fans in person for everything they’ve given us. To think we are embarking on the third leg of this tour and continuing to sell out venues as independent artists is mind-blowing. We have the fans to thank for all of this, and I can’t wait for everyone to see this show we have planned for you!” shared Alexandra Kay.
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“It’s been so wild and awesome to be on tour. Before , I couldn’t go play a show where people would come and be there for my original music and be there to see me” Cooper explained in a quote from his official website. “It was the first time I really experienced any of that. It’s a really special feeling.”
In addition to the success of their tour, each artist has continued to reach great personal accomplishments. Following the release of her tracks “I Kinda Don’t” and “All The Cowboys,” Kay has secured the No. 1 spot on the iTunes Country Singles Chart for the first time in her career. Singles “How Do We Go” and “Tall Boys” are also fan favorites that work to get crowds excited during the tour.
Alan reached a career best with his debut single, “Carolina Saturday Night,” hitting the No.6 spot on the Billboard Hot Singles Chart. His current single, “Small Town Celebrities,” has a special feature from country icon Colt Ford. Fans can hear these hit tracks and more on the “In Real Life Tour.”
See a full list of dates below.
“In Real Life Tour” Dates:
Nov. 30 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – The Stache
Dec. 2 – Sioux City, Iowa – The Marquee
Dec. 3 – Lincoln, Neb. – Bourbon Theatre
Dec. 4 – Des Moines, Iowa – Lefty’s
Dec. 5 – Minneapolis, Minn. – Cabooze
Dec. 7 – Denver, Colo. – Marquis
Dec. 8 – Grand Junction, Colo. – Mesa Theater
Dec. 10 – Oklahoma City. Okla. – 89th St.
Dec. 11 – Wichita, Kan. – Wave
Dec. 12 – Springfield, Mo. – Outland Ballroom
Dec. 14 – Kansas City, Mo. – Red Flag
Dec. 15 – St. Louis, Mo. – Red Flag
Dec. 16 – Evansville, Ill. – Chasers
Dec. 17 – Bowling Green, Ky. – Capitol Arts Center