Megan Moroney Announces The Lucky 2.0 Tour, Following Two Sold-Out Stints
The upcoming trek includes seven new dates.
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Megan Moroney spent 2023 bringing her electrifying live shows to fans across the U.S. on two consecutive SOLD-OUT headline tours. With her name and music still in high demand, the female songstress has announced her next run, THE LUCKY 2.O TOUR.
Announces Seven New Tour Dates
These seven newly-added dates mark the end of Moroney’s Lucky era, which spawned her debut album and fan-favorite song of the same name. As she shared in her announce on social media, each night of this upcoming tour will showcase the entire full-length collection as well as some unreleased tracks.
Moroney’s post read, “While I’m SO excited for all the new music I’m recording in the studio right now, I wanted to give my debut album 7 more headlining shows before we ✨officially✨ move on to the next chapter. We’ll be playing all of lucky & you’ll get to hear some of the new stuff too 😉.”
Kicking off April 19 in Dothan, Alabama, THE LUCKY 2.O TOUR is currently set to run through July 26 in Aspen, Colorado, with special guest Logan Crosby as support.
She added, “I’m bringing @reallogancrosby with me & I absolutely cannot wait to see y’all!!!!”
Tickets and VIP packages are available now with presales running throughout the week ahead of the general on sale, which begins Friday, January 26, at 10 a.m. local time. For more information, visit meganmoroney.com.
The LUCKY 2.0 Tour Dates
19 – Dothan, AL – The Plant
26 – Wilmington, NC – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater
3 – Waukee, IA – Vibrant Music Hall
17 – St. Augustine, FL – St. Augustine Amphitheatre
12 – Spokane, WA – Spokane Pavilion
19 – Saratoga, CA – The Mountain Winery Amphitheatre
26 – Aspen, CO – Belly Up
Announcement Follows Release Of Buzzed-About New Song, “No Caller ID”
THE LUCKY 2.0 Tour announcement comes just days after the release of Moroney’s brand-new song, “No Caller ID.” Released on Friday (Jan. 19), the new tune was co-written by the “Tennessee Orange” singer with Jessi Alexander, Connie Harrington, and Jessie Jo Dillon and produced by Kristian Bush.
Throughout the song, Moroney illustrates a story of growth after experiencing a downfall of heartbreak with an ex who continues to rear his head just when things are looking up. Her captivating vocals and smooth instrumentals elevate the sincerity of the message, which encourages listeners to say goodbye to anyone who doesn’t have the best intentions in mind.
“Here you come again and there you go/ No coincidence, you always know/ When I’m moving on you move back in/ With a half-ass sorry and ‘how you been’/ Why do you do it?/ Do you just hate losing?/ Here you come again, who could it be?/ It’s 3 am, no caller ID,” she sings on the chorus.
Fans first got a taste of “No Caller ID” through teasers on social media and live deliveries during Moroney’s recent performances.
“I played this song on THE LUCKY TOUR last fall, and I could tell my fans wanted me to release it,” Moroney shared in a statement. “It feels like this song has helped my fans as much as it has helped me. By the end, there is a lot of strength and growth that I’m proud of. I am really excited for this one!”
“No Caller ID” Marks The Beginning Of Moroney’s New Musical Era
Additionally, this marks another look into the new chapter for the Georgia native following the release of her debut album, LUCKY, which made an electrifying impact on May 5 via Sony Music Nashville/Columbia Records. Through songs like “Girl in the Mirror,” “Traitor Joe,” “Tennessee Orange,” her current Top 30 single, “I’m Not Pretty,” and more, the full-length project gives an intimate look into all the love, loss, success and low points that Moroney has crossed paths with throughout her mid-twenties.
This spring and summer, Moroney will also take the stage at stadiums across the country in support of Kenny Chesney’s SUN DOWN 2024 TOUR and make appearances at a number of highly anticipated festivals.
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.