Wynonna Judd is making plans to hit the road.  The country star has announced the initial dates for her “Stories & Song” tour, which she’ll launch early next year.  On the trek the singer will perform “Storyteller”-type shows in more intimate venues, which she says has been “a dream” of hers for many years.  Wy explains that she feels it’s now the right time for her to stage this type of performance, because she and her band “all feel a renewed passion.”  She adds that with a career now spanning nearly 35 years, she has plenty of stories to tell.  Wy describes herself as “an ordinary woman that extraordinary things have happened to,” because she’s been willing to “suit up and show up” when called upon.

Judd’s “Stories & Song” tour is set to begin in Durham, North Carolina on January 14th.  She has 20 dates scheduled through a March 8th performance in Boston, but more shows are expected to be added.

Wynonna’s “Stories & Song” Tour Dates

January 14 – Durham, North Carolina, at The Carolina Theatre
January 15 – Alexandria, Virginia, at The Birchmere
January 16 – Ashland, Kentucky, at the Paramount Arts Center
January 17 – Louisville, Kentucky, at the Brown Theatre
January 29 – Wabash, Indiana, at the Honeywell Center
January 30 – Youngstown, Ohio, at the Stambaugh Auditorium
January 31 – Merrillville, Indiana, at the Star Plaza Theatre
February 6 – Boise, Idaho, at the Morrison Center for the Performing Arts
February 7 – Lewiston, Idaho, at the Clearwater River Casino Event Center
February 12 – Campbell, California, at the Heritage Theatre
February 14 – La Mirada, California, at the La Mirada Theatre (2 shows)
February 16 – Beaver Creek, Colorado, at the Vilar Performing Arts Center
February 19 – Salina, Kansas, at the Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts
February 26 – Lancaster, Pennsylvania, at the American Music Theatre
February 27 – Westbury, New York, at the Theatre at Westbury
February 28 – Verona, New York, at the Turning Stone Casino Resort
March 5 – Williamsport, Pennsylvania, at the Community Arts Center
March 6 – Ridgefield, Connecticut, at The Ridgefield Playhouse
March 7 – Niagara Falls, New York, at the Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel
March 8 – Boston, Massachusetts, at the Wilbur Theater