Mercury Nashville recording artist and breakout Country act, Priscilla Block, has announced the Welcome To The Block Party Tour – Block’s first headlining tour since exploding onto the Country music scene in 2020 with her massive viral hit, “Just About Over You.” Since then, Block has appeared on numerous “Artist to Watch” lists and the refreshingly upfront honesty in her music continues to resonate with a generation ready to join the Block Party!
“Well holy cow y’all…. My first headlining tour… is this real life? I cannot wait for you to hear this album live and for you to experience the Block Party in person,” says Block. “Not long ago, I was quarantining and posting my songs on social media, hoping that the day would come where I could sing songs again in person… and here we are with a whole tour!”
Ticketing information for the Welcome To The Block Party Tour, can be found at HERE.
Welcome to the Block Party Tour :
February 10 Las Vegas, NV Loser’s Bar at MGM
March 24 Birmingham, AL Zydeco
March 25 Huntsville, AL Sidetracks Music Hall
March 26 Rome, GA Peaches
March 31 Decatur, GA Eddie’s Attic
April 1 Oxford, MS Proud Larry’s
April 2 Hattiesburg, MS Brewsky’s
April 7 Knoxville, TN Open Chord Music
April 8 Charlotte, NC Coyote Joe’s
April 9 Savannah, GA District Live
April 14 Springfield, MO The Outland Ballroom
April 15 Columbia, MO Rose Music Hall
April 16 Peoria, IL Crusens
April 21 Houston, TX The Rustic
April 22 San Antonio, TX The Rustic
April 23 Dallas, TX Ferris Wheelers Backyard & BBQ
Recently, Priscilla released her latest single, “My Bar,” off her debut album, Welcome To The Block Party. The defiantly self-assured song was the most added on the Mediabase Country Music Chart – landing 52 stations in its first week of release.
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“I am so excited to be announcing my first headlining tour. It’s so exciting that I’m going to be able to take my album and bring it to a live show and let the fans get that full Block Party experience. I want fans to see this show as nothing that they’ve ever seen in a club setting before. And it’s really, really important for me to start building my hard tickets, and I think that you do that by getting out and kind of starting from the ground up. Welcome to the Block Party, baby!”