Carly Pearce has been on quite a roll as of late with hits like 'I Hope You're Happy Now' and 'Next Girl' as well as ACM and CMA nominations, including Best Female Vocalist.

Her new album, '29: Written In Stone' is extremely personal with lyrics that prove she is not afraid to share her life with her fans. It's also getting rave reviews everywhere so it's safe to say she is about to become an even bigger star and an important voice in country music.

In support of her new album, Carly announced she will be doing a tour that involves 8 cities and one of them is Minneapolis.

Carly Pearcy: The 29 Tour will come to Varsity Theater in Minneapolis on Friday, November 5th. Varsity Theater is located at 1308 SE 4th Street, which is near the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis' thriving Dinkytown district.

Tickets go on sale at 10:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 21.

It appears from her tweet that she will be performing the entire '29: Written In Stone' album as part of the concert, so it should be a fantastic and personal night in a venue that is a great place to see live music.

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After spending the summer and early fall touring with Lady A, in a tour which also includes Tenille Arts and Niko Moon, Carly will be more than ready to lead a tour of her own.

Opening for Carly will be newcomer Andrew Jannakos, who you might remember from Season 16 of The Voice.

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