Carrie Underwood’s ‘Storyteller’ Tour to Hit Kansas City on May 15
Carrie Underwood recently wrapped up the European leg of her highly anticipated Storyteller Tour in support of her most recent record Storyteller, which was released back in October. Carrie Underwood will begin her U.S. and Canada dates on March 24, and she will then wrap up her route in London, Ontario on May 30. Tickets to see Carrie Underwood are currently on sale now.
Tickets to see Carrie Underwood on the Storyteller tour are steadily rising in demand on the secondary market. According to data found on TiqIQ, tickets are averaging $153. Underwood will make stops at several arenas across her route including, The Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado on March 30 where the cheapest ticket can be found at $54, and The Spring Center on Kansas City, Missouri on May 15 where the get-in price is $61. Cheap flights to Denver can be found at Hipmunk.com for those looking to see her outside of KC.
The final stop on her tour is set to be at the Budweiser Gardens Centre in London, Ontario, where tickets are averaging $167, with the cheapest ticket priced at $96. You can find flights to Ontario at Hipmunk, as well.
Carrie Underwood has enlisted fellow country artists Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers to join her on the Storyteller Tour. Easton Corbin recently released his third studio album, It’s About To Get Real, with the hit single “Baby Be My Love Song.” The Swon Brothers’ latest EP, Timeless, is also currently available.
The Storyteller Tour will have a 360-degree setup, which will be a first for the singer. Carrie Underwood will perform on a stage set up in the center of the arena, giving fans a more intimate and all around experience.
Over the years, Carrie Underwood has headlined three previous arena tours, where she has played to millions of fans and has always given back to a designated charity on each. This time, Underwood will donate $1 of every ticket sold out of this US portion of her tour to the C.A.Ts Foundation, an organization which supports various causes such as education, and literacy programs in the singer’s hometown in Oklahoma.