GRAMMY-nominated Country singer/songwriter CAM, has announced that she is heading back to Europe this summer for her “Oh, The Places We’ll Go!” Tour, today. The tour kicks off on August 31st in Millport, UK and will visit 10 cities across Europe before wrapping up in Berlin, Germany on September 14th. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, June 7th at CamCountry.com. See below for a complete list of dates.
“I’m over the moon in love with the European music fans (and the C2C crowds this year definitely made me feel like it’s a mutual thing),” says CAM. “I love the kind of show I get to put on for those audiences, it’s so genuine and connected. And adding shows in cities I’ve never played before, feels like a beautiful adventure.”
CAM kicked off 2019 with a world tour that included dates in Europe, Asia, and Australia and performances at C2C Festival in both Germany and the UK, as well as CMC Rocks in Australia. Her sets garnered rave reviews from the likes of The Guardian, Rolling Stone, The Queensland Times and Music Week, who raved her C2C set was “no ordinary performance – it felt like a genuine moment of witnessing someone’s career kick up several notches… It was hard to tell what was more potent, her incredible voice or her infectious personality.”
Following that, she performed at Stagecoach during the coveted sunset slot, which Variety declared “a winning performance.” She recently released the video for her acoustic rendition of “So Long,” her collaboration with Diplo for his new country project, Thomas Wesley. The two artists filmed the official video for the song backstage at this year’s Stagecoach, which features guest appearances from Billy Ray Cyrus, Lil Nas X, Guy Fieri, Dwight Yoakam and Sam Hunt, who was also a co-writer on the track. Watch the official video HERE.
August 31 – Millport, UK – Millport Country Music Festival
September 1 – Belfast, Northern Ireland- Empire Music Hall
September 4 – London, UK – O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire
September 5 – Sheffield, UK- Leadmill
September 6 – Manchester, UK – Manchester Academy 2
September 8 – Lutterworth, UK – The Long Road Festival
September 9 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg (Oude Zaal)
September 11 – Paris, France – Les Etoiles
September 13 – Hamburg, Germany – Fabrik
September 14 – Berlin, Germany – Huxleys