Kelsea Ballerini is planning a tour in 2018

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Kelsea Ballerini is announcing her plans for a tour next year. The country music singer announced dates for 2018 tour, “Unapologetically.” The tour kicks off in February and will continue through April 27. The singer plans to hit cities in Alabama, Virginia, Ohio and several other states during the quick tour.

This is Ballerini’s second headlining tour. Her first, “The First Time Tour,” just finished wrapping up. The singer has also been busy creating a new album, which shares its title with that of her new tour. A couple of the acts that will join Ballerini on tour are Walter Hayes and Bailey Ryan, according to Taste of Country.

In a message to her fans, Ballerini shared her excitement for the upcoming tour as well as her new album.

“Great things happen when music surrounds you; I really believe that,” shared Ballerini. “One of the coolest things to me about headlining is being able to create a world for your fans to step into. I can’t wait for you to join me on this new journey with my good friend Walker and begin chapter two together!”

Before she started headlining tours, Ballerini wasn’t sure she could pull it off. In fact, she told The Boot that she didn’t know if she could even sell tickets or not. Part of the reason she had these thoughts is that she had spent so much time opening for others. In 2017, the singer opened for Thomas Rhett and Lady Antebellum. Luckily, fans did buy her tickets, and the singer is excited to start touring once again.

Along with general admission tickets, Ballerini is planning to offer Meet and Greet and VIP Experience tickets. You can learn more about the upcoming tour and find tickets for the shows on Ballerini’s website. Fan club members did get a head start on buying tickets, so some will not be available. Their ticket pre-sales began on Oct. 31.

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