Maren Morris has expanded her 2024 RSVP Redux North American Tour with the addition of 15 new dates.

Published by Cel Manero from Global One Media, Inc.

The tour is scheduled to start in San Francisco on Wednesday, May 29th.

Maren Morris was pleased with the foundation of her tour but desired to expand it further. On Friday, April 19, the 34-year-old “My Church” singer announced via Instagram the addition of 15 new dates to her 2024 RSVP Redux Tour.

In her Instagram post featuring a tour poster, Morris wrote, “you asked, we answered. more RSVP Redux dates added. can’t wait to sing with you. 💞 lunatics presale starts tuesday 4/23 at 10am local public on sale friday 4/26 at 10am local.”

Maren Morris’ expanded RSVP Redux Tour includes performances in Chesterfield, MO; Kansas City, MO; Raleigh, NC; Savannah, GA; Hollywood, FL; and more. The tour will also feature appearances at festivals like Sommo Festival, Bourbon & Beyond, and All Things Go Music Festival.

The RSVP Redux Tour is described as a “revival and a reunion” of the 2020 RSVP Tour and will commemorate the fifth anniversary of her album Girl, released in 2019. This album produced hits such as the title track and “The Bones,” which earned Grammy nominations for Best Country Song and Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “Common” with Brandi Carlile. The album peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200.

The fan presale starts Tuesday, April 23, at 10 a.m. local time, with public sales beginning on Friday, April 26, at the same time.

This tour also serves as a makeup for her canceled 2020 RSVP Tour due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s emergence. Morris expressed excitement for the revival of this tour, stating on social media, “the tour that never was, gets a 2024 redux,” with more dates to come.

Starting on May 29 at The Masonic in San Francisco, Maren Morris will visit various U.S. cities, including Seattle, Vancouver, Salt Lake City, Phoenix, and more, concluding on July 31 with a performance at the Festival at Sandpoint in Sandpoint, ID. Betty Who will be the opening act for select shows during the tour.


Maren Morris, known for her longstanding support of the LGBTQ+ community, has committed to donating $1 from every ticket sold for the RSVP Redux Tour to organizations supporting young queer individuals. This partnership with the Ally Coalition aims to provide meaningful assistance to these communities.

Her latest album, “Humble Quest,” was released in 2022. In February, she delighted fans with a cover of Billy Idol’s 1981 hit “Dancing with Myself,” marking her first new music since 2023’s “The Bridge EP.”