Ingrid Andress announces her The Feeling Things headline tour today, which kicks off this autumn in Boston making several stops across the US and Europe before ending in Oslo, Norway. The Feeling Things Tour marks the first headline tour for the rising Nashville star since her 2019 US and European tour and will give Andress the opportunity to bring her GRAMMY nominated debut album Lady Like to life.

The UK and European leg kicks off on 18th January in Dublin and includes London Scala on 25th January 2022. Tickets go on sale July 29, 2021, for a complete list of tour dates and ticket information, visit

I’m so excited to bring my debut album, Lady Like, to the stage and perform these songs that have been such a huge part of my life for the past few years,” said Andress. “More importantly, I can’t wait to see all the fans that I’ve been missing for the last 18 months. As a songwriter, the human connection is one of my favorite parts of the whole experience of touring, so I’m really looking forward to that.”

In between headlining shows, Andress will rejoin Dan + Shay on The (Arena) Tour opening alongside The Band Camino. Andress plans to make her Stagecoach debut at the 2022 festival where she will perform alongside Thomas Rhett, Maren Morris, and Midland among others. In addition, the singer-songwriter previously had tour dates slated with Keith Urban and Tim McGraw and has made appearances performing on the CMA and CMT Music Awards stages, where she also racked up four nominations.

Andress released her debut album Lady Like, named “one of the year’s strongest albums” by the Associated Press in 2020. With every song co-written and co-produced by Andress, Lady Like became one of Billboard’s Top 10 Best Country Albums of 2020 and features the 2x platinum-certified No. 1 radio single “More Hearts Than Mine.” Upon its release, the album set the record as the highest streaming country female debut album of all time.

Known for her “lyrically rich, conversational and story-driven songs” (Rolling Stone), the GRAMMY nominated singer-songwriter arrived at this year’s ceremony as the only country artist to be nominated for Best New Artist, in addition to two other nominations for Best Country Album and Best Country Song. The four-time ACM Awards nominee also led the country genre as Apple Music’s pick for their Up Next Program in March of 2020, the first female country artist to do so.



September 27th – Boston, MA – Royale

September 30th – Madison, WI – Majestic Theatre

October 5th – Birmingham, AL – Saturn

October 6th – Athens, GA – Georgia Theater

October 7th – New York, NY – Webster Hall

October 11th – Los Angeles, CA – Troubadour

November 6th – Auburn, AL – Jay and Susie Gogue Performing Arts Center

November 15th – Columbia, MO – The Blue Note

November 17th – Chattanooga, TN – The Signal

November 18th – Nashville, TN – Brooklyn Bowl

December 9th – Richmond, VA – The National

December 10th – Pittsburgh, PA – Stage AE

UK + European

January 18th – Dublin, Ireland – Whelan’s

January 19th – Belfast, Northern Ireland – Limelight 1

January 21st – Glasgow, Scotland – Saint Luke’s

January 22nd – Manchester, United Kingdom – Gorilla

January 23rd – Birmingham, United Kingdom – O2 Institute 3

January 25th – London, England – Scala

January 27th – Paris, France – Le Pop Up Du Label

January 29th – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Melkweg

January 31st – Berlin, Germany – Privateclub

February 1st – Hamburg, Germany – Nochtwache

February 2nd – Copenhagen, Denmark – Lille Vega

February 3rd – Stockholm, Sweden – Nalen Klubb

February 5th – Oslo, Norway – Krosset

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