Lily Rose To Embark On Headlining Runnin’ Outta Time Tour [Exclusive]

The run kicks off in Rose’s home state of Georgia this August and runs through the fall.


Madeleine O’Connell

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June 11, 2024


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Lily Rose; Photo by Cal & Aly

Lily Rose might be coming to a city near you! Beginning this August, the rising country star will embark on a 20+ stop heading tour named after her latest EP, Runnin’ Outta Time.

Kicking Things Off In Her Home State Of Georgia

The highly anticipated headline trek kicks off on August 22, 2024 with a show in Savannah, Georgia. Rose revealed that she is especially looking forward to opening this run surrounded by friends, family, and some of her most loyal fans. 

“They’re more familiar with the music because all of the Georgia radio stations have played a lot more of my songs than other states,” she said of the fans in her home state. “There’s a sense of ownership I think too. Like when Bruce Springsteen goes back to Jersey, I’m sure all the Jersey people are like, ‘he’s ours,’ and I feel that when I’m in the rooms at the Georgia Theater in Atlanta. There’s just a sense of ownership and half the crowd is family and friends. So it’s always special.”

Lily Rose; Photo by Cal & Aly
Lily Rose; Photo by Cal & Aly

Rose is no stranger to being on the road both as an opener and as a headliner and because of that, she has gotten to showcase her catalog in many different markets. On her next trek, she’s booked to hit some brand-new places and will also deliver her first-ever headline performances in cities such as Knoxville, TN, Raleigh, NC, and more. 

“It’s a really nice mix of some markets we’ve never even gotten to play for and others we’ve never gotten to play for longer than 30 minutes,” Lily Rose told Country Now

In a recent social media post, the country sensation asked fans where she should visit on her headline run. The most highly requested city ended up being Los Angeles, CA, and while Rose won’t be making her way to the West Coast this time around, the overwhelming response from fans has made her realize that 20 tour stops is certainly not enough, and she hopes to visit the other side of the country very soon too. 

The tour is scheduled to run through November 9, when Rose brings things to a close in Jordan, N.Y. Joining her on select dates throughout the trek are Jordan Gray, Michael Warren, Payton Smith and Harper Grace.

Runnin’ Outta Time Tour Dates:


22 – Savannah, Ga. *

23 – Charlotte, N.C. *

24 – Anderson, S.C. *


19 – Birmingham, Ala. °

20 – Athens, Ga. °

21 – Raleigh, N.C. °

26 – Toronto, Ont., Canada °

27 – Rootstown, Ohio °

28 – Indianapolis, Ind. °


3 – Grand Rapids, Mich. ^ 

4 – Rosemont, Ill. ^

5 – West Peoria, Ill. ^

10 – Knoxville, Tenn. +

11 – Lexington, Ky. +

12 – Columbus, Ohio +

17 – Columbia, Mo. °

18 – Oklahoma City, Okla. °

24 – Boston, Mass. °

25 – Baltimore, Md. °

26 – Ardmore, Pa. °


7 – Warrendale, Pa ^

8 – Buffalo, N.Y. ^

9 – Jordan, N.Y. ^ 

* with Jordan Gray

° with Michael Warren

^ with Payton Smith

+ with Harper Grace

Reflecting On Her Time As An Opener For Various Country Superstars

Over the past few years, the “Villain” singer has had the chance to tour with many country superstars including Shania Twain, Sam Hunt, Cole Swindell, and Luke Bryan. As she gears up for her upcoming headline tour, Lily Rose took a moment to reflect on the lessons learned from her previous opening slots. She explained how she plans to use this knowledge to enhance her headline shows for her loyal fanbase.

“I’m so grateful that so many artists in town and out of town have helped me and kind of given me a hand, helped the next person in line. It’s such incredible visibility and validation when you get invited on tours because it’s these giant artists saying, ‘You’re dope. Come and open a show for me.’ But even though we’ve only had ‘Villain’ and it’s not like we have a bunch of hits ready to play, our fans are so loyal and so intentionally read up on all of the songs, that if you came and you had no idea who I was, you’d be looking around and questioning, ‘wait, was this a radio single?’ Because they sing everything so loud. So we have to find a really nice balance of saying ‘yes’ to the right tours while also making sure we serve those fans who want to see 75 minutes.”

Runnin’ Outta Time EP Out Now

Lily Rose; Runnin' Outta Time
Lily Rose; Runnin’ Outta Time

The upcoming tour comes in support of Lily Rose’s just-released EP, Runnin’ Outta Time. The six-song project was co-written by Rose, produced by Paul DiGiovanni and offers an honest look into some of her real-life stories that present authentic displays of growth and personal reflection. 

The lead track, “The Goal,” sets the tone as Rose hones in on her life as a happily married 30-something and the changes that have come into her life recently. The stories behind each of the remaining tracks follow a similar theme, which finds the Georgia native caught between wanting to slow down and savor the present with loved ones and keeping up with the fast-paced life of an artist. This collection allows Rose to put her most authentic self on display while giving listeners some comfort in her relatable tunes like “True North,” “Back Pew,” “Parking Lot,” and “Two Flowers.” 

“When I was going to really start hammering down to write for this project and just the next chapter, I kept getting advice from my CEO at Big Loud. He was like, ‘You’ve got to write more specific to your life’ and I think it was a hard thing for me to grasp for a couple of years because I was like…nobody wants to hear about Dunwoody, Georgia. If they’re not from Georgia, they don’t care,” she explained. “And then I realized my favorite artist, Morgan Wallen, sings about East Tennessee all the time and I’ve always thought of home when I hear him sing it because he sells it. So I really, really dug in and tried to write as specific as I can and I’ve gotten so many comments and people coming up to me being like, ‘When I hear ‘True North’ it makes me want to go back home to Illinois’ or something like that and I’m glad the advice worked.”

Rose’s Runnin’ Out Of Time Tour comes just a few weeks after she wraps up her opening dates on Luke Bryan’s Mind of A Country Boy Tour. This summer she will also serve as a supporting act for Cole Swindell in addition to appearing at some of the hottest fairs and festivals across the country. 

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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.