Carly Pearce To Headline ‘Magical’ One Night Only Concert At Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium

Carly Pearce; Photo by Allister Ann
Carly Pearce; Photo by Allister Ann
Carly Pearce; Photo by Allister Ann

Chart-topping country star Carly Pearce will be headlining Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium for a one-night-only performance.

After the tremendous response from her recent record, 29: Written In Stone, the Kentucky native is more excited than ever to take her personal songs to the iconic venue.

“I truly can’t get over how many people gave me grace and love when I was dealing with so much hurt. Now to be on the other side, talking to fans not only about their challenges, but also offering hope that it will get better,” Carly shared in a statement. “Country music is three chords and the truth. Well, those who know me know I can’t help but be honest in my music so what better way to celebrate my first time playing the Mother Church of Country Music than with some cold hard truth songs!”

Members of Carly’s fan club will receive pre-sale access for the show on Wednesday, June 1st before the public on-sale, which begins on Friday, June 3rd. All tickets will go on sale at 10am CT.

Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde; Photo by Kevin Winter, Getty Images for ACM
Carly Pearce, Ashley McBryde; Photo by Kevin Winter, Getty Images for ACM

From turning heartbreak into harmonies for her fans to connect with, the songstress recently topped the charts with her duet with fellow country artist Ashley McBryde. The pair joined forces for “Never Wanted To Be That Girl” – which became the third duet between two solo women to top Country Airplay, dating back to the Billboard chart’s January 1990 inception. They also won the ACM Award for Music Event of the Year. This was Carly’s second consecutive win in the category, following “I Hope You’re Happy Now,” her 2x Platinum second No. 1 duet with Lee Brice.

Her latest single “What He Didn’t Do,” penned by Pearce, Ashley Gorley and Emily Shackleton, is a testament to the vulnerability that comes out of ending a relationship, sharing the things she will not allow to happen in her next relationship.

On October 28th, Pearce will be inducted into the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame. Before then, fans can catch her on Kenny Chesney’s Here and Now 2022 Stadium Tour.