Maren Morris is on top of the world right now. After taking home the night’s biggest award, for Album of the Year at the Country Music Awards, Maren Morris wrapped up her huge Girl: The World Tour with a couple final dates in the Midwest, including a big performance at The Rave in Milwaukee, WI.
No stranger to Milwaukee’s historic venue, Maren Morris’ weekend performance was her biggest in Milwaukee to date. From her co-headlining show with Jon Pardi to her opening set for Keith Urban at the Bradley Center, Maren Morris has delivered a number of memorable performances in Milwaukee. The “My Church” singer added to that list of great performances on Friday night.
Kicking off her performance with her newest album’s title track, Morris performed the majority of her critically acclaimed album, Girl, as well as many stand outs from her debut album Hero, and even a couple entertaining covers as well. Maren also treated fans to a special solo performance of “Crowded Table”, one of the Grammy winning singer’s collaborations with her new country supergroup, The Highwomen.
From start to finish, the expecting mother and emerging country superstar showed us again how she is one of the best entertainers in music today. While it’s unclear when Maren Morris will make her next visit to Milwaukee, since needless to say she will be very busy in the next couple years, fans can’t wait to welcome her back.
Check out our favorite photos from Maren Morris’ Milwaukee tour stop below.
Bonnaroo sold out in 2019 and with great reason! With performances from names like Post Malone, Phish, Childish Gambino, Cardi B and more, there was something for everyone at The Farm.
Showing love to Tennessee being the country hub of the world, Bonnaroo also hosted great performances from some of the most exciting names in country music. At the top of that list was Maren Morris, who performed some of her biggest hits and cuts from her new album, Girl.
Check out our photos from Maren Morris’ Bonnaroo performance below.
If a huge headlining tour wasn’t keeping her busy enough, Maren Morris has announced the release of her next project. In partnership with Apple Music, Morris will release a brand new EP, titled Maren Morris: Reimagined.
The upcoming EP will be available on Apple Music on May 31 and will feature reworked acoustic renditions of three of her biggest hits, alongside producer Dave Cobb. About working with Cobbs, Morris says:
“I think the mark of a good song is you can rearrange it up and it still is a very defining song. Dave you know, his production is so–rootsy and very soulful and Americana and he just understands that sound so intensely. I love the way it turned out.”
While we all wait for the new EP, check out some of our photos from opening night of Maren Morris’ current headlining tour below.
Maren Morris is currently traveling the country for her sold-out Girl: The World Tour in support of her brand new sophomore album. And hours ago Maren surprised fans by announcing new dates to the headlining tour, which kicked off a month ago in Chicago.
In addition to her currently announced dates, the ‘Rich’ singer has added performances at the historic Greek Theatre, The Rave in Milwaukee and a show in San Luis Obispo, CA. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, April 5th at 10AM (local time) with a Citi card member pre-sale beginning on April 2nd.
Check out the full dates for the Girl: The World Tour below.
Just a day removed from the release of her highly anticipated sophomore album, Girl, country pop singer-songwriter Maren Morris kicked off her headlining Girl: The World Tour in Chicago at the city’s beautiful Riviera Theatre on Saturday night. Joined by country music’s Cassadee Pope, the all-girl tour also touched down one day after the celebrated International Women’s Day.
Moments ago, country music’s Maren Morris stepped off stage at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre after a memorable opening night performance for the “Rich” singer’s Girl: The World Tour. Performing cuts from her brand new sophomore LP, Girl, which released Friday via Columbia Nashville, as well as tracks from her debut album and her mega-successful Zedd-collab “The Middle”, Morris delivered a great set for the sold-out crowd.
With an opening performance from the punk-pop turned country, Cassadee Pope, fans were in for a treat from the moment the house lights turned off until Morris waved goodbye to her Windy City crowd. Chicago is already counting down the days until both singers return to the city for Chicago’s annual Country LakeShake Festival on Friday, June 21st.
Check out our photos from opening night of Maren Morris’ Girl: The World Tour below.
It’s been a snowy 2019 in Chicago so far, but as the temperatures slowly rise the selection of big name concerts throughout the city will increase as well. You won’t be able to ditch the winter jacket until April (we hope) but you can warm up with some of the hottest concerts of the year this March.
From huge arenas shows with KISS, Eric Church and Mumford & Sons to highly anticipated concerts from some of the biggest emerging names in music like Maren Morris and Nina Nesbitt, there are so many great shows to pick from next month.
Check out our list of the 8 can’t miss concerts in Chicago in March!
Girls meets world this spring and summer as Maren Morris will hit the road on her huge headlining world tour. Joined by Cassadee Pope and RaeLynn for various stretches of the tour, the tour will make stops in over 40 cities around the world.
The ‘Rich’ singer will kick things off on March 9th at Chicago’s Riviera Theatre and will make stops in Nashville, San Francisco, Denver, Portland and many more, until the tour goes international in mid-May. Tickets go on sale for the general public on Tuesday, January 22nd at 10 AM local time.
Check out dates and locations for Girl: The World Tour below.
On the newest leg of The Hero Tour 2017, country music’s rising star, Maren Morris, brought her headlining tour to The Rave in Milwaukee, WI. Less than a year removed from an entertaining show at The Rave with Jon Pardi, as well as a big arena show a couple miles east in support of Keith Urban at the BMO Harris Bradley Center, Morris is quickly finding a second home in Milwaukee.
Wisconsin has some competition though when it comes to Maren’s second home, because the Texas native has been everywhere in the past couple years. With her breakout singles like ‘My Church’ and ’80s Mercedes’, and her infectious country sound which has the broad appeal of a Top 40 pop record, it’s no surprise that Maren Morris has become a star in such a short period of time.
To kick things off Friday night, country singer Ryan Hurd got the show started on a high note. Although Hurd is known by many of Morris’ fans because the two are recently engaged, Hurd and Morris first met when writing a song together for country legend, Tim McGraw. Of course a relationship built from that initial chemistry, but the two complement each musically as well as they do in a relationship, for many reasons it’s no surprise that Morris recruited Hurd for her headlining tour’s newest leg. Hurd warmed up the crowd with two of his best tracks from the past year, ‘Love in a Bar’ and ‘Hold You Back’.
Moments after Hurd said his goodbyes to his Wisconsin fans, it was soon time for the ’90s baby to hit the stage. With a setlist that consisted of fan favorites from Morris’ last Milwaukee visits, like ‘My Church’, ’80s Mercedes’ and ‘Sugar’, with a number of new additions, in many ways Maren Morris’ headlining show Friday was night and day when compared to her co-headlining set last December.
It was those new additions that stole the show last night. A song which premiered live on tour just last night, the highlight of Morris’ performance had to have been her moving encore performance of ‘Dear Hate’, the singer’s new collaboration with Vince Gill and Morris’ tribute to the recent tragedy and shooting in Las Vegas, at a festival which Morris performed the night before.
“We can’t stop playing music and we can’t stop going to concerts. Thank you Milwaukee, thanks for showing up.”
Another highlight of the show included Morris’ duet performance of ‘Chasing After You’ with Ryan Hurt and her tribute to Tom Petty with a cover of ‘I Won’t Back Down’. From start to finish, Morris blew us away with her beautiful voice, catchy records and contagious charisma.
If you were also in attendance for Maren Morris’ last performance at The Rave, you had to weather a major snow storm just to get to the venue. Luckily fans last night had no such trouble and the night will be memorable only for the great performances put on by Morris and Hurd. And if you missed out, fear not, as history suggests that Maren Morris will make her way back to the Badger state in the near future.
Check out our photos from last night’s performance below, and get your tickets for the remaining dates of The Hero Tour 2017here.
Although Niall Horan still has his 2017 tour ahead of him, where he will perform a show at Chicago’s Rosemont Theatre, the former One Direction star will re-launch his tour in 2018 for a number of dates across the globe. And Niall isn’t traveling alone either, as rising Country-star Maren Morris will join the Flicker World Tour 2018.
Kicking things off in Houston, TX on July 18th, Horan will make stops in Nashville, Chicago, Dallas, Los Angeles, Toronto, Irvine, St. Paul, Denver and many more, until the tour concludes over a year from today in Miami. Fans can visit Niall’s official website for tickets and more information.
Peep the dates for Niall’s Flicker World Tour 2018 below, and listen to his brand new track ‘Too Much to Ask’.