With the sold-out leg of her headlining U.S. tour already in the books, Kacey Musgraves performed at London’s iconic Royal Albert Hall Wednesday night to a full house. Musgraves is only the third country artist to sell out the famous venue in the past 12 years.
“It has been an incredible journey for Kacey in Europe in such a short amount of time. Growing from small clubs to selling out the world-famous Royal Albert Hall is totally unprecedented. This is a testament to the extremely loyal and passionate fan base that Kacey has developed across Europe,” said Nigel Hassler of CAA London.
“Kacey and Sandbox Entertainment have been dedicated to touring in Europe and the U.K. since the release of her first album, and the recent sold-out tour is proof that their investment is paying off,” said Marc Dennis of CAA Nashville.
Musgraves performed a stunning 90-minute set to over 5,000 patrons in attendance.
Domestically, Musgraves’ headlining tour sold out legendary venues across the U.S., including The Wiltern in Los Angeles and two nights at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium. History was made at the Apollo Theater in New York when Musgraves became the first country artist to headline and sell out Harlem’s staple venue.
The Kacey Musgraves Country & Western Rhinestone Revue heads to Germany next before wrapping November 22nd in Amsterdam.