Carly Pearce announced a second performance at the historic Ryman Auditorium after fans sold out her debut. Pearce announced earlier this week that she would headline her own show at the legendary venue in Nashville, Tennessee. “It’s amazing when people dream your dreams alongside you,” she gushed in a new post on Instagram on Friday (June 3). She added:
“I was just informed that you all have sold out my first headline show at the Ryman. I am speechless. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you! I know many of you are still inquiring about tickets and I am happy to report that we were able to work with [the Ryman Auditorium] to add a SECOND show on October 27. Tickets to this show are available now!”
The first show is set to take place the evening before, on October 26. Pearce has “dreamt of playing my own show at the legendary [Ryman Auditorium] for years & it’s finally happening!!!” The venue sold out in under an hour, according to the Ryman.
The announcement of Pearce’s upcoming debut at the Ryman Auditorium comes as she releases the latest single from her 29: Written In Stone album, “What He Didn’t Do.” Pearce recently explained that “it’s really a song of hope and trying to get smarter before moving forward.” It’s one of many fan-favorites on her 15-track album, along with “Next Girl,” “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” “Diamondback,” “29” and others. See Pearce’s latest announcement about her upcoming performances at the Ryman Auditorium here: