Ashley McBryde Adds 30 New Dates To Her Headlining The Devil I Know Tour

The country star will return to the U.S. after a sold-out run in the U.K. and Ireland.


Madeleine O’Connell

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November 14, 2023


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Ashley McBryde has extended her The Devil I Know Tour with 30 additional dates scheduled across the U.S. 

Presented by Ariat, the now 60-date headlining trek launched Oct. 7 in Mobile, AL and was originally set to run through January with a sold-out run in the UK and Ireland. With the newly added dates, McBryde will return to the U.S. with a show in Charleston, SC on February 22 and continue to bring her show-stopping sets to cities such as Phoenix, AZ, Las Vegas, NV, San Francisco, CA, Denver, CO and more. The run is now scheduled to wrap up on June 15 in La Vista, NE. 

Joining McBryde on the road are special guests Corey Kent, Bella White, Harper O’Neill, Kasey Tyndall, Will Jones, Meg McRee, JD Clayton, and Zach Top on select dates. 

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Ashley McBryde – The Devil I Know tour

The TRYBE presale began today, Nov. 14 at 10am local time, while the public sale will open Friday, Nov. 17 at 10am local time at

The Arkansas native has been in partnership with Ariat since 2018, and as a longtime fan, she will continue to work with the brand on this extended headlining run. 

“It has been exciting to watch Ashley’s career grow over the past five years, and we couldn’t be more proud to support her headlining tour,” said Susan Alcala, VP Partnership Marketing at Ariat.

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This tour comes in support of the Grand Ole Opry member’s latest project, The Devil I Know, which dropped September 8 via Warner Music Nashville. Throughout the entire 11-track collection, listeners are entranced by McBryde’s rich vocals and captivating storytelling skills that continue to take her career to new heights.  

Fans first got a taste of the album through songs like “Learned To Lie,” “Made for This,” “Cool Little Bars,” her current single that’s climbing the charts in the top 25, “Light On In The Kitchen.”

Sitting down with songwriters Connie Harrington and Jessi Alexander, McBryde penned “Light On In The Kitchen” as a way to pay tribute to the strong woman in their lives who have proved that they will always remain in their corner, ready to offer advice at any given time. 

“When I tell someone there’s a ‘Light On In The Kitchen’ for them, to me it means you’re thinking of them, even if they’re not coming home that night,” she shared following the release. “While writing this, we were all able to look back and remember the women in our lives who comforted us, gave us advice and made sure we knew we had a place to go. Writing this song showed me how necessary that simple comfort had been.”

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Last week, she earned a standing ovation after performing the lead single and Music Video of the Year nominee at the 57th Annual CMA Awards. The raw tune came to life as McBryde strummed her guitar on the stage that was illuminated by a variety of stunning light fixtures hanging above her. This warm setting fit perfectly with her tender vocals and sentimental narrative.  

“Honey, trust yourself / You better love yourself / ‘Cause ’til you do you ain’t no good for anybody else / And honey, boys are dumb / But you’re gonna to find you one / Love him hard, bless your heart / When you need someone to listen / That’s why I leave the light on in the kitchen,” McBryde delivers on the chorus. 

McBryde only has nine more dates of the current leg of The Devil I Know Tour in 2023. She is next slated to perform at Stage AW in Pittsburgh, PA on November 30. 

For a complete list of upcoming tour dates, visit McBryde’s official website

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Madeleine O’Connell graduated from North Central College with a bachelors degree in Journalism and Broadcast Communications before deciding to pursue her studies further at DePaul University. There, she earned her masters degree in Digital Communication & Media Arts. O’Connell served as a freelance writer for over two years while also interning with the Academy of Country Music, SiriusXM and Circle Media and assisting with Amazon Music’s Country Heat Weekly podcast. In addition to Country Now, she has been published in American Songwriter, Music Mayhem, and Holler.Country. Madeleine O’Connell is a member of the Country Music Association and the Academy of Country Music.