Carrie Underwood’s 'Storyteller' Tour Features Easton Corbin And The Swon Brothers; Tickets Prices Climbing In Secondary Market

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Carrie Underwood just began her highly anticipated ‘Storyteller‘ tour in support of her latest record of the same name, released back in October. This tour will hit arenas in 40 cities throughout the U.S. and Canada, bringing us through the spring and wrapping up on May 30 in London, Ontario at Budweiser Gardens. Fellow country artists Easton Corbin and The Swon Brothers will join Underwood as direct support on the ‘Storyteller’ tour. Tickets to see Carrie Underwood are currently on sale now.

Tickets for the ‘Storyteller’ tour are climbing on the secondary market with prices averaging $152.51, according to the data provided on TiqIQ. Carrie Underwood will stop at cities and arenas across the country including Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with the cheapest ticket at $54, and the Pepsi Center in Denver, Colorado where the get-in price is $69. Parking in Denver, and other cities across the tour can be found at ParkWhiz.com and secured ahead of time.

The ‘Storyteller’ tour will have a 360-degree set-up, which will be a first for the singer. Underwood will perform on a stage set up in the center of the arenas, giving fans a more intimate and all around experience.

Easton Corbin, who recently released his third record, ‘It’s About To Get Real,’ with the hit single, ‘Baby Be My Love Song,’ last summer, will join Underwood, as well as The Swon Brothers. The Swon Brothers just released their latest EP, ‘Timeless,’ back in January.

Over Carrie Underwood’s touring career, the singer has headlined three previous arena tours, where she has played to over millions of fans and raised money for various organizations. Her most recent 2012- 2013 Blow Away’ tour, raised money for the Red Cross Disaster Relief, and consisted of over 100 shows across the world.

For the ‘Storyteller’ tour, Underwood will donate $1 of every ticket sold out of her US dates to her C.A.T.S. Foundation, which supports various causes, such as education and literacy programs in her hometown of Checotah, Oklahoma.

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