She's got a heart like a truck, but, next year, Lainey Wilson's heart's going to be like a semi-truck. A bunch of 'em!  Lainey's loading those trucks full of concert equipment because she's launching a huge 2024 tour- the Country's Cool Again Tour. And there's exciting news for Lainey fans in southern Indiana, western Kentucky and southern Illinois. She is coming to Evansville, Indiana!

Lainey's rise to the top of the ranks in country music has been meteoric the last couple of years.

Her song "Things a Man Oughta Know"- from her third album Sayin' What I'm Thinkin'-reached #1 on the Billboard Country Airplay Chart.

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She followed that big hit with another. She teamed up with Cole Swindell for 2021's massive chart topper "Never Say Never."

At the same time her solo hit "Heart Like a Truck" was plowing up the charts to #2, she teamed up with Hardy for another "truck" song.

Lainey just reached #1 again on that Billboard Country Airplay chart with her latest release- "Watermelon Moonshine".

And she continues proving she's country music's most sought after female duet partner. She's on the charts with Jelly Roll right now and their powerful song "Save Me".

Lainey's going to be singing these hits and more when she rolls into the Ford Center in Evansville on Saturday, November 2nd, 2024.

There, she'll be joined by two opening acts- Ian Munsick and Zach Top.

Tickets go on sale to the general public on Friday, October 27th at 10am CST at all Ticketmaster locations and the Ford Center Box Office. However, there is an exclusive presale opportunity as well that runs from 10am-10pm CST, Thursday, October 26th. To purchase your tickets in the presale CLICK HERE and use the code WILSON.

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