2019 Grammy Award Winners on Tour This Year

From killer live performances to artist and Grammy-producer beef to its nearly four-hour total runtime, the 61st annual Grammy Awards were quite the spectacle.
Among the winners Sunday night were Dua Lipa, Lady Gaga, Greta Van Fleet, Kendrick Lamar and Cardi B, who dedicated her history-making Grammy to the late Mac Miller, who was also nominated for Best Rap Album.
Luckily for you, a handful of Grammy-winners are hitting the road for 2019 tours. Keep reading to find out how you can get tickets.

Kacey Musgraves

Oh, what a YEAR for the 30-year-old country singer. Musgraves won Album of the Year (Golden Hour), Best Country Album (Golden Hour), Best Country Song ("Space Cowboy") and Best Solo Performance ("Butterflies") at the 61st Grammy Awards on Sunday, adding four more to her collection of now seven awards.
Musgraves' Oh, What a World tour in support of Golden Hour kicked off January 9th in Indianapolis and expands through September.
Her shows have been consisting of an 18-song set featuring songs from Golden Hour, Pageant Material, Same Trailer Different Park and a variety of covers before rounding out with a two-song encore of "Neon Moon" and "High Horse."
Kacey Musgraves Setlist (01/24)
The Texas native covers an array of artists, performing hits like "I Will Survive" and "Girls Just Want to Have Fun."
You can check out her website for more details and a full list of dates.
Kacey Musgraves "Butterflies" Official Music Video

Childish Gambino

Childish Gambino– nee Donald Glover– brought home four Grammy awards for his smash hit "This Is America" on Sunday, including Record of the Year, Best Song, Best Rap/Sung Performance and Best Music Video.
Childish Gambino "This Is America" Official Music Video
The multifaceted Gambino kicks off the UK leg of his This Is America tour in March, and runs through the summer. Gambino plays jams like "Terrified," "Summertime Magic," "Boogieman" and new fan-favorite, "Human Sacrifice," before a four-song encore.
Check out one of his setlists from the North American leg.
Childish Gambino setlist (12/19)
You can visit his website for more info and a full list of upcoming tour dates.

Ariana Grande

Fans cannot get enough of Ari right now. The "7 rings" singer took home her first ever Grammy for Best Pop Vocals on her fourth studio album, Sweetner, which was released in August.
The pop sensation kicks off her thank u, next tour on March 18th in Albany before heading across the pond to the U.K. in August.
In the meantime, go listen to her anthemic new album, thank you, next (you'll thank me later).
Ariana Grande "7 rings" Official Music Video
You see it, you like it, you want it? Check out Ari's website to snag your tickets today.

H.E.R.

If you didn't see H.E.R. shredding during her performance of "Hard Place" at the Grammys on Sunday, wyd?
Check out the performance below:
H.E.R. "Hard Place" live
Can you believe that was her third time ever playing it live?
The 21-year-old (yes, you read that right) won Best R&B Album (H.E.R.) and Best R&B Performance ("Best Part" featuring Daniel Caesar) out of her five nominations.
H.E.R., whose real name is Gabriella "Gabi" Wilson, has a couple of upcoming tour dates in the U.K. and Europe. You can peep her website for those tickets and dates.

Beck

All the Grammys, see the Grammys, make the Grammys, feel the Grammys... uh, I mean, colors.
Beck won Best Alternative Music Album and Best Engineered Album for his 2017 thirteenth studio album, Colors, which features singles "Dreams," "Wow," "Dear Life," "Up All Night" and "Colors."
Beck "Colors" Official Music Video
He and Cage the Elephant have just announced a massive, co-headlining 2019 tour that kicks off in July in Washington (check out our tour announcement).
You can find a full list of dates and ticket info on his website.

Ella Mai

English songwriter Ella Mai snagged her first Grammy award on Sunday for "Boo'd Up," which won Best R&B Song and made her the first British artist since 1992 to top the U.S. R&B charts.
Ella Mai "Boo'd Up" Official Music Video
The 24-year-old kicked off The Debut tour on January 8th in the U.K. and makes a "Trip" to the U.S. tomorrow (February 14th) for her North American leg. What a perfect way to spend your Valentine's Day!
Fans can expect to hear songs like "Gut Feeling," "Cheap Shot" and "Dangerous." Check out one of her recent setlists below:
Ella Mai setlist (01/14)
Check out Ella Mai's website for details.

Visit the official Grammys website for a complete list of winners, and make sure to follow Setlist.fm on Twitter for the latest in live music.
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Last updated: 22 Mar 2019, 09:37 Etc/UTC