GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOWK) — Fans will have the chance to say goodbye to Naomi Judd as The Judds, “featuring Wynonna,” will embark on, “The Final Tour,” starting Friday.
The Kentucky-born singer of the Grammy-winning duo The Judds, Naomi Judd, died in April 2022 at 76 from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, daughter and actress Ashley Judd revealed to “Good Morning America,” just one day before the group was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame.
The Judds were made up of the mother-daughter duo Wynonna and Naomi Judd. They released six studio albums and an EP between 1984 and 1991.
The Associated Press says this is The Judds’ first tour in over a decade.
According to the group’s website, this tour will celebrate, “the life and legacy of Naomi Judd.”
The group says, “The Final Tour,” with, “very special guest Martina McBride,” will have 11 stops across the United States, with the first on Sept. 30 in Grand Rapids, Michigan with Brandi Carlile.
The stops include:
- Sept. 30 – Grand Rapids, Michigan with Brandi Carlile
- Oct. 1 – Toledo, Ohio with Brandi Carlile
- Oct. 7 – Sioux Falls, South Dakota with Ashley McBryde
- Oct. 8 – Green Bay, Wisconsin with Ashley McBryde
- Oct. 14 – Duluth, Georgia with Little Big Town
- Oct. 15 – Huntsville, Alabama with Little Big Town
- Oct. 21 – Durant, Oklahoma with Kelsea Ballerini
- Oct. 22 – Fort Worth, Texas with Trisha Yearwood
- Oct. 27 – Biloxi, Mississippi with Ashley McBryde
- Oct. 28 – Nashville, Tennessee with Trisha Yearwood
- Oct. 29 – Lexington, Kentucky with Faith Hill
You can purchase tickets from their website.
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