Morgan Wade Announces First-Ever Headlining Tour

Morgan Wade; Photo by Jace Kartye
Morgan Wade; Photo by Jace Kartye
Morgan Wade; Photo by Jace Kartye

Rising star Morgan Wade is preparing to embark on her first-ever headlining run, the No Signs of Slowing Down Tour.

After a very busy year supporting major acts like Brooks & Dunn, Chris Stapleton, and Luke Combs, Wade is ready to take center stage at iconic venues including the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tenn. The Troubadour in Los Angeles, Calif. and The Fillmore in San Francisco.

Morgan Wade; Photo by PR Brown
Morgan Wade; Photo by PR Brown

Tickets will go on-sale Friday, September 30th at 10:00 a.m. local time, while members of her fan club will have the opportunity to purchase via a pre-sale on Wednesday, September 28th at 10:00 a.m. local time.

“People who’ve come to the shows to see me, they all say, ‘I really wanted more than 30 minutes…’ I get it,” says the songbird. “But when you get asked to do all these different things with such different artists, I realized: this may be the only time in my career where I can do it. So, I have. And each experience has been unlike the others, really great moments as we’re building.”

The Virginia native has already sold out a complete run in Europe, in which she had the chance to perform two consecutive nights at the Garage. Editing her set from thirty minutes to ninety minutes due to the crowds singing along to all the words, Wade is excited to kick off her new journey at the iconic Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, Kentucky on February 24th.

With thirty-one dates and the potential of more to come, the No Signs of Slowing Down Tour will feature shows in the nation’s finest venues – including rock rooms such as Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club, Dallas’ Kessler Theater, Philadelphia’s World Café Live, Detroit’s El Club, Madison, WI’s Majestic Theatre, and Seattle’s Neptune Theater. 

With an impressive catalog consisting of RecklessReckless (Deluxe Edition), and her Acoustic Sessions EP, Wade is ready to rock the house with new songs and familiar songs. In addition, she has had the opportunity to work with guitarist Sadler Vaden – of Jason Isbell’s 400 Unit – and engineer Paul Ebersold.

The tour’s namesake was inspired by her heartbreak track “Reckless.” See below for a full list of tour dates.

MORGAN WADE: NO SIGNS OF SLOWING DOWN 2023 TOUR

Feb. 24 / Headliners Music Hall / Louisville, KY
Feb. 25 / A&R Music Bar / Columbus, OH
Feb. 26 / 9:30 Club / Washington, D.C.
March 1 / Bowery Ballroom / New York City, NY
March 2 / The Sinclair / Cambridge, MA
March 3 / World Cafe Live / Philadelphia, PA
March 4 / Beachland Ballroom / Cleveland, OH
March 5 / El Club / Detroit, MI
March 7 / Hi-Fi    / Indianapolis, IN
March 8 / Majestic Theatre / Madison, WI
March 10 / Joe’s Live / Rosemont, IL
March 11 / Fine Line / Minneapolis, MN
March 12 / Wooly’s / Des Moines, IA
March 14 / Bluebird Theater / Denver, CO
March 15 / The State Room / Salt Lake City, UT
March 17 / The Coop / Columbia Falls, MT
March 18 / The Neptune Theatre / Seattle, WA
March 19 / Aladdin Theater / Portland, OR
March 21 / The Fillmore / San Francisco, CA
March 23 / Troubadour / Los Angeles, CA
March 24 / BarrelHouse Brewing Co / Paso Robles, CA
March 25 / Lobero Theatre / Santa Barbara, CA
March 26 / Crescent Ballroom / Phoenix, AZ
March 28 / Meow Wolf / Santa Fe, NM
March 30 / Heights Theater / Houston, TX
March 31 / Historic Scoot Inn / Austin, TX
April 1 / The Kessler Theater / Dallas, TX
April 13 / Ryman Auditorium / Nashville, TN
April 14 / Buckhead Theatre / Atlanta, GA
April 15 / The Grey Eagle / Asheville, NC
April 16 / The National    / Richmond, VA

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