Just a day after wrapping up a tour opening for Harry Styles, Kacey Musgraves announced her own Oh, What a World Tour in North America.

The shows — which start in 2019 — kick off with a Jan. 9 performance in Indianapolis and will run through Mid-March.

Almost immediately, Musgraves' loyal fanbase expressed their excitement for the tour with comments about which show they plan to attend. There also seemed to be much hype for Musgraves' three-night run in Nashville in late Feb. 2019. Pre-sales for tickets have already begun at kaceymusgraves.com.

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The new dates come in addition to the already announced European Oh, What a World Tour shows, which will have Musgraves heading overseas for sets on Oct. 13 in Oslo through Nov. 6 in Dublin.

July has been a busy month for the country star, who released her new music video for "High Horse" while wrapping up her tour with Styles and gaining crossover fans. Musgraves' new tour will highlight her Golden Hour album, including the namesake track "Oh, What a World" — a song which got Musgraves out of a personal and professional funk.

"When I got off the road, I was in a funky place,” she explains in a recent interview. “I didn’t feel good about myself. I was coming out of a bad relationship that didn’t help. And we all collectively knew it was time to explore other things. So I went over to Daniel’s one day, and we wrote ‘Oh, What a World,’ which was the song that really opened up everything."

Kacey Musgraves' 2019 Oh, What a World Tour Dates: 

Jan. 9 — Indianapolis, Ind. @ Murat Theatre at Old National Centre
Jan. 10 — Royal Oak, Mich. @ Royal Oak Music Theatre
Jan. 11 — Toronto, Ontario, Canada @ Danforth Music Hall
Jan. 12 — Montreal, Quebec, Canada @ Corona Theatre
Jan. 15 — Portland, Maine @ State Theatre
Jan. 17 — Port Chester, N.Y. @ The Capitol Theatre
Jan. 18 — Philadelphia, Pa. @ The Fillmore Philadelphia
Jan. 19 — Boston, Mass. @ Boch Center Wang Theatre
Jan. 24 — Washington, DC @ The Anthem
Jan. 25 — New York City @ Beacon Theatre
Jan 29 — Columbus, Ohio @ Express Live!
Jan. 31 — Chicago, Ill. @ Chicago Theatre
Feb. 1 — Madison, Wisc. @ The Sylvee
Feb. 2 — St. Paul, Minn. @ Palace Theatre
Feb. 13 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ The Van Buren
Feb. 14 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Theatre at Ace Hotel
Feb. 16 — San Francisco, Calif. @ The Masonic
Feb. 18 — Portland, Ore. @ Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
Feb. 19 — Seattle, Wash @ Paramount Theatre
Feb. 22 — Denver, Colo. @ Paramount Theatre
Feb. 28 through March 2 -- Nashville, Tenn. @ Ryman Auditorium
March 8 — Dallas, Texas @ The Bomb Factory
March 9 through March 10 — Austin, Texas @ Stubb's
March 19 — Knoxville, Tenn. @ Tennessee Theatre
March 21 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Alabama Theatre

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