‘Yellowstone’s’ Lainey Wilson to launch 2024 tour after rocking the CMA

Nashville sensation Lainey Wilson, who leads the nominees for the Nov. 8 Country Music Awards with nine nods,

Is getting ready to take her show on the road, as if she needed more reason to be hot right now.

The 31-year-old singer revealed on Friday that her Country's Cool Again Tour will begin in 2024, with a stop at Nashville's Ascend Amphitheater on May 31.

The "Yellowstone" star's highly anticipated tour will include a stop at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on June 26.

"Nothing gets me buzzin' like putting on a show and singing along with the crowd," Wilson told The Washington Post.

"I want to thank all of the fans who have consistently shown up and showed out this year." We can't wait to see you on the Country's Coolest.

Again Indeed, Wilson — who is presently riding high on the country charts with her latest single,

"Watermelon Moonshine" — is on a roll after previous singles "Things a Man Oughta Know," "Never Say Never" (with Cole Swindell), "Heart Like a Truck," and "Wait in the Truck" (with Hardy).

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