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Tenille Townes

Tenille Townes Tour Dates and Upcoming Concerts

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On tour Yes
Followers 23,225
Category Country
Concerts
Sep
12
CCMA Legends
Edmonton
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Oct
09
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Moncton
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Oct
10
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Saint John
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Oct
11
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Halifax
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Oct
12
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Fredericton
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Oct
24
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Belleville
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Oct
25
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Guelph
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Oct
26
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Toronto
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Oct
30
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
London
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Oct
31
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Ottawa
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Nov
01
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Montreal
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Nov
13
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Winnipeg
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Nov
14
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Saskatoon
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Nov
15
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Calgary
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Nov
16
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Edmonton
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Nov
18
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Red Deer
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Nov
19
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Grande Prairie
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Nov
22
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Vancouver
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Nov
23
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Kelowna
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Nov
24
Tenille Townes - Thing That Brought Me Here Tour
Kelowna
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About Tenille Townes
One minute with Tenille Townes and it’s instantly clear that she doesn’t see, or hear, the world like everyone else. Maybe it comes through in how she learned to read by pouring through lyric sheets and liner notes, or how she starting singing by belting along to U2 and Shania Twain in the back of her parents’ car. Or maybe it will come to light in the thousands she’s raised and the miles she’s logged supporting the charitable initiatives she created while still a teenager. Or maybe it will simply come across in her stunning voice and wise, insightful lyricism, all infinitely beguiling for someone of her young age. But that’s the thing about Townes. She’s never operated by the clock or the calendar. She operates from her heart, and from her soul. The Canadian-born Townes, isn’t quite like anyone else who has graced the city’s stages. With the lyrical fortitude of Griffin or Lori McKenna, the soulful nature of Chris Stapleton or even Adele, Townes is paving ground all her own. Working on her debut LP with Jay Joyce, the Nashville-based Townes started her journey to becoming one of country’s most promising new artists back in rural Canada, in the backseat of a car. “I would obsess in the back seat over lyrics,” says Townes, who recalls drives in her home of Grande Prairie, a small town in Alberta, Canada, with her parents. “I would follow along to all of the words and sing along, and call out my favorites. Eventually, I started to learn all of the writer and producer names, just soaking it all up.” Townes insisted that her parents – supportive, hard-working local entrepreneurs – sign her up for singing lessons at the age of five, which led to owning her first guitar from her grandparents at fourteen. It was perfect timing, as Townes had already started to explore what it would be like to set her poetry to music. While other kids were reading Shakespeare and studying, Townes added the craft of famed songwriters like Carolyn Dawn Johnson to her workload, developing her own narrative style before most other teenagers even headed to prom. “There were a lot of things to write about at fourteen,” Townes says. “I’ve always craved what it felt like to step into other people’s shoes. And if songwriting was a way to step into character and make someone feel less alone, then I was all in.” It’s telling that Townes’ first song came from a conversation in social studies class – she thought about it on the entire bus ride home and hurried to her bedroom to put her feeling to words. Ever since then, so many of her lyrics have come from that place of empathy and observance – a few years later, moments she’s seen in passing or discussed at the dinner table with her family or wept about alongside strangers have worked their way into her sonic perspectives. Soon, she was traveling to Nashville regularly to exercise this developing talent and falling in love with everything Music City had to offer. “Coming here for the first time felt like walking into a dreamland,” she says. She made the move to Nashville permanently four years ago, at just nineteen – driving 45 hours from Grande Prairie. Once settled in Nashville, Townes spent her days songwriting and her nights at guitar pulls or at the Bluebird, studying everything she could. Eventually, she scored a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog, and headed into the studio with Joyce to record her debut. Together, they tapped into her organic nature and her sheer ability to tell a story and emote it through the visceral range of her vocals – tender, bluesy, wise and full of wonder but never naive. “He has a way of pulling out people’s most honest self,” says Townes of her experience working with Joyce. “I always loved telling stories and writing songs, and a lot of these songs deal with things that are hard to talk about. Concepts about losing someone and asking hard questions and about seeking whatever your sense of faith is. Songs about looking for love.” Songs, most importantly, from the heart. And that’s because Townes’ heart is huge. At fifteen, she organized a fundraiser called Big Hearts For Big Kids benefiting a youth shelter in her home town. To this day, they’ve continued it yearly and raised over $1.5 million dollars – Townes was inspired to start the event by a pamphlet her mother brought home one day, not an uncommon occurrence at her house. “We’d sit around the dinner table and talk about what was going on in the world, homelessness and loneliness,” she says, “and I grew up being aware of those things. The parts of human existence that remind us we are all more similar than we think we are. And those stories need to be told.” After school, she continued this ethos by launching a tour called Play It Forward, where she spent 32 weeks on the road, visiting 106 schools and playing music for over 35,000 students. Meant to encourage leadership and inspire youth, it was a huge success and completely born out of Townes’ own scrappy sense of “anything is possible.” Some of the stories she heard along the way even inspire songs on her debut LP. The idea of community that she grew up with comes through, too. Her music is that kitchen table, her words are the experiences and struggles and moments of joy she wants to share, packed with her dynamic vocals and, at the core, that heart. “Music pushes walls down you didn’t know were up,” she says. “A song will take you places you didn’t even ask it to, and I’m always thankful that it does.”
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What fans are saying
Robyn
5 / 5
This woman has an amazing voice!! She is going far!!
FirstOntario Centre Hamilton, Canada
Jan 19, 2019
Kira
5 / 5
Tenille is one of a kind. Strong and beautiful voice.
The Louisville Palace presented by Cricket Wireless Louisville, KY
Dec 11, 2019
Brenden
5 / 5
She was really beautiful and she has a beautiful voice
Mizzou Arena Columbia, MO
Feb 25, 2019
Tyler
4 / 5
Amazing show such a great personality and very thankful person
Kelowna Community Theatre Kelowna, BC
Jan 23, 2023
Fiona
5 / 5
Tenille Townes was phenomenal! Outstanding performance Venue was too hot 🥵
Oran Mor Glasgow, United Kingdom
Oct 18, 2022
Darryl Ryland
5 / 5
Very good girls little bit different to other shows
Athenaeum Theatre Melbourne, Australia
Mar 24, 2019
Amanda
5 / 5
She was amazing as always!
GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE Los Angeles, CA
Apr 25, 2024
Mike
5 / 5
Energetic as always.
Union Stage Washington City, DC
Apr 30, 2023
Reiner
5 / 5
Super Konzert
Tsunami Club Köln, Germany
Nov 06, 2023
Big Worm
4 / 5
Good show
Legacy Arena at the BJCC Birmingham, AL
Feb 25, 2022
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Tenille Townes Tour Cities
Kelowna, BC Toronto, ON Vancouver, BC Grande Prairie, AB London, ON Red Deer, AB Calgary, AB Saint John, NB Montréal, QC Guelph, ON Saskatoon, SK Edmonton, AB Fredericton, NB Winnipeg, MB Ottawa, ON Halifax, NS Moncton, NB Belleville, ON

Frequently Asked Questions About Tenille Townes

Concerts & Tour Date Information

Is Tenille Townes on tour?

Yes, Tenille Townes is currently on tour. If you’re interested in attending an upcoming Tenille Townes concert, make sure to grab your tickets in advance. The Tenille Townes tour is scheduled for 20 dates across 18 cities. Get information on all upcoming tour dates and tickets for 2024-2025 with Hypebot.

How many upcoming tour dates is Tenille Townes scheduled to play?

Tenille Townes is scheduled to play 20 shows between 2024-2025. Buy concert tickets to a nearby show through Hypebot.

When does the Tenille Townes tour start?

Tenille Townes’s tour starts Sep 12, 2024 and ends on Nov 24, 2024. They will play 18 cities; their most recent concert was held in Edmonton at Winspear Centre and their next upcoming concert will be in Toronto at The Danforth Music Hall.

What venues is Tenille Townes performing at?

As part of the Tenille Townes tour, Tenille Townes is scheduled to play across the following venues and cities:

2024 Tour Dates:

Sep 12 - Edmonton, AB @ Winspear Centre
Oct 09 - Moncton, NB @ Capitol Theatre
Oct 10 - Saint John, NB @ Imperial Theatre
Oct 11 - Halifax, NS @ Light House Arts Centre
Oct 12 - Fredericton, NB @ Fredericton Playhouse
Oct 24 - Belleville, ON @ Empire Theatre
Oct 25 - Guelph, ON @ River Run Centre
Oct 26 - Toronto, ON @ The Danforth Music Hall
Oct 30 - London, ON @ London Music Hall
Oct 31 - Ottawa, ON @ Algonquin Commons Theatre
Nov 01 - Montreal, QC @ Le Studio TD
Nov 13 - Winnipeg, MB @ Burton Cummings Theatre
Nov 14 - Saskatoon, SK @ Coors Event Centre
Nov 15 - Calgary, AB @ Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Nov 16 - Edmonton, AB @ Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
Nov 18 - Red Deer, AB @ Red Deer Memorial Centre
Nov 19 - Grande Prairie, AB @ Bonnetts Energy Centre
Nov 22 - Vancouver, BC @ Commodore Ballroom
Nov 23 - Kelowna, BC @ Kelowna Community Theatre
Nov 24 - Kelowna, BC @ Kelowna Community Theatre
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