- LAINEY WILSON ADDED TO 2020 LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS TOUR
LAINEY WILSON ADDED TO 2020 LATE NIGHTS AND LONGNECKS TOUR
DES MOINES, Iowa – Des Moines Performing Arts and Outback Presents are pleased to announce the addition of Broken Bow Records’ Lainey Wilson as the opening act for the multiplatinum-selling country artists Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence’s 2020 Late Nights and Longnecks Tour at the Des Moines Civic Center on Thursday, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. Lainey Wilson has been added to the tour as the opening act, followed by a set from Tracy Lawrence. Justin Moore will wrap the show.
Tickets to the Justin Moore and Tracy Lawrence 2020 Late Nights and Longnecks Tour are on sale now and can be purchased at DMPA.org, the Civic Center Ticket Office, or by calling 515-246-2300.
"We’ve done a couple of shows in the past with Lainey and after seeing her live I knew she’d be a great fit for Tracy and me,” says Moore. “We’re really excited to have her out with us. It’s going to be a lot of fun!”
Moore’s current single “Why We Drink,” a track from his fifth studio album ‘Late Nights And Longnecks' (The Valory Music Co.), is climbing Country radio now. Lawrence also recently released an album titled ‘Made In America,’ a milestone for Lawrence, who penned 8 of the 12 tracks featured.
Already named one of CMT’s “Next Women of Country,” Lainey Wilson has performed worldwide with artists like Randy Houser, Morgan Wallen, Eric Paslay and Josh Turner, and is one to watch in 2020.With her debut single “Dirty Looks” out on Country radio now, Wilson will deliver high energy, guitar-wielding rock ‘n’ roll swagger as she brings her recently released ‘Redneck Hollywood’ EP, produced by GRAMMY Award-winning mastermind Jay Joyce, alive.
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About Des Moines Performing Arts
Des Moines Performing Arts is a private not-for-profit organization celebrating 40 seasons of presenting the performing arts to Iowa and the surrounding states on four stages in Des Moines – the Civic Center, the Stoner Theater, the Temple Theater and the newly renovated outdoor space, Cowles Commons. Des Moines Performing Arts is a presenter of major Broadway and educational touring companies, performers and groups, and is home to many local and regional groups, including the Des Moines Symphony. All performances of the Broadway Series are supported by Willis Auto Campus. All performances at the Temple Theater are supported by Prairie Meadows. All performances of the Family Series are supported by Wellmark Blue Cross and Blue Shield. For more information, visit DMPA.org.