Alt-disco-country queen and weed pun master Kacey Musgraves announced a second leg of her world tour today, and the new stops include her first-ever headlining concert in Charleston.
In an Instagram post, Musgraves announced a solo show at the Volvo Car Stadium on Daniel Island on Fri. Sept. 20 at 8 p.m.
The concert is one of 17 new shows announced as part of the second leg of the Oh, What a World: Tour II in support of her third album, Golden Hour. The colorful and brisk record was released last year via MCA Nashville.
Last month, Musgraves racked up four Grammy nominations, including one for Album of the Year for Golden Hour. In the genre categories, the album's second single, the breakup ballad "Space Cowboy," was nominated for Best Country Song. Golden Hour was also nominated for Best Country Album, with lead single "Butterflies" earning Musgraves a nod for Best Country Solo Performance.
The 30-year-old Texas native burst into the scene back in 2013 with "Follow Your Arrow," a prog-country, guitar-strummed tune that celebrated kissing boys, girls, and toking up in between.