We have a touring first in 2024 as pop-punk up-and-comer Taylor Acorn embarks on her first full headlining tour of North America. Acorn is playing an East Coast tour in 2023, but this is the first time the Nashville-based artist will get to show all of the United States how badass she is.
The tour begins in Australia before Acorn plays her first US date at The Crowbar in Tampa on Thursday, April 11. A stop in Nashville at The Basement East (April 14) is almost required before Acorn hits pots like The Atlantis in Washington D.C. (April 19), Convergence Station in Denver (April 26), and Polaris Hall in Portland, OR (April 30). The final announced show is at The House of Blues in Houston on Saturday, May 11.
An interesting aspect of this tour is the difference in price between the venues. In Nashville – where Acorn is a known quantity – her tickets are $125+ for the cheapest seats. In a city like Houston – where she is currently less popular – tickets can be had through Immortal Seats for the crazy price of $40.
The former country music singer will blow up at some point, which will likely be soon. Tickets for her next headlining tour will be nothing like this cheap, so we strongly advise getting tickets through Immortal Seats today to catch a future star at the genesis of her breakout moment.