Kacey Musgraves is headlining Hampton Court Palace Festival as part of her Star-Crossed Tour
Kacey Musgraves has announced a headline UK show on her Star-Crossed Tour.
The singer will perform at Hampton Court Palace Festival this summer on 22 June.
Fans can get their hands on tickets on 7 February from Ticketmaster here.
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It currently marks her only UK date scheduled on the tour, which recently kicked off in North America.
She’s performing 15 shows across the US and Canada in support of her fifth studio album, star-crossed.
Musgraves been sharing images from the tour so far on her Instagram page, which features a heart-shaped stage and plenty of rainbow confetti.
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The setlist features tracks from the album, including “Justified”, “There Is a Light” and “Good Wife”.
She released the LP in September 2021 alongside an accompanying film, which features some LGBT+ stars.
The visual sees cameos by Drag Race winner Symone, Orville Peck, Princess Nokia, Meg Stalter and Victoria Pedretti as well as Schitt’s Creek’s Eugene Levy.
Her current headline tour also includes songs “Rainbow”, “High Horse” and “Butterflies” from her Grammy Award-winning album, Golden Hour.
Alongside Musgraves, it’s been confirmed that McFly and The Human League will also headline Hampton Court Palace Festival on 15 June and 23 June.
Other previously announced headliners include Elbow, George Benson, Crowded House and Jack Savoretti.
You can find out how to get tickets for Hampton Court Palace Festival below.
How to get tickets
Tickets for Hampton Court Palace Festival shows – including Kacey Musgraves – go on general sale at 9am on 7 February.
They’ll be available from Ticketmaster here.
Tickets will be priced from £77, plus booking fees, while a number of hospitality packages are also available to buy.
Hampton Court Palace Festival 2022 lineup
- 11 June – Elbow
- 15 June – McFly
- 16 June – George Benson
- 17 June – Jack Savoretti
- 22 June – Kacey Musgraves
- 23 June – The Human League
- 25 June – Crowded House