‘The Judds: The Final Tour’ Continues Into 2023 With 15 More Dates

Wynonna Judd looks up after singing during a tribute to her mother, country music star Naomi Judd, Sunday, May 15, 2022, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Wynonna Judd is extending The Judds’ final tour with 15 more dates, expanding the shows into 2023.

Following the unexpected passing of Wynonna Judd’s mother, Naomi Judd, earlier this year, The Judds’ final tour has seen a number of guests appearing at various shows. Brandi Carlile, Faith Hill, Little Big Town, Martina McBride, Ashley McBryde and Trisha Yearwood are among some of the artists who have stepped in to join Wynonna on stage throughout the trek.

The extended tour dates will kick off on Jan. 26 in Hershey, Pennsylvania and see stops in St. Louis, Missouri; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Savannah, Georgia; Tampa and more before wrapping up in Hollywood, Florida, on Feb. 25.

“I have never felt so overwhelmed by this much love and support,” Wynonna said in a statement. “The emotions flow while listening to the different generations of fans sing back to me each night has been otherworldly. I am so humbled by every artist that has come to sing with me on this tour. They’ve all managed to bring something so unique to The Judds music and I can say that no two shows are the same. It has been so life-giving!”

Highlights from The Judds’ final tour include $1.2 million gross at Gas South Arena in Duluth, Georgia on Oct. 14, which sold 9,176 tickets and saw Wynonna Judd joined by Martina McBride and Little Big Town. The tour kicked off on Sept. 30 at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, Michigan with a sold-out show featuring Martina McBride and Brandi Carlile grossing $916.526, according to reports submitted to Pollstar‘s Boxoffice.

“The decision to add 15 more shows was a no-brainer for me,” Judd continued in her statement. “The fans have been such a gift during my time of grieving and honoring my mother in song. What an amazing season this is. I look so forward to continuing the celebration of the music that has changed my life forever. In my 39 years of performing, these shows have truly been some of my absolute favorite experiences ever and I look forward to making new memories with the fans and guest artists in 2023.”

This weekend, The Judd’s final tour will head to Nashville with a show at Bridgestone Arena on Oct. 28, with Oct. 29 seeing a performance at Lexington, Kentucky’s Rupp Arena.

Back in May, Wynonna Judd was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame as a member of The Judds. Her mother, Naomi Judd, was also posthumously inducted. Wynonna accepted the honor alongside her sister, Ashley Judd.

“The Judds: The Final Tour: Expanded Dates
1/26 – GIANT Center – Hershey, PA
1/28 – Total Mortage Arena – Bridgeport, CT
1/29 – DCU Center – Worchester, MA
2/02 – BOK Center – Tulsa, OK
2/03 – T-Mobile Center – Kansas, MO
2/04 – Chaifetz Arena – St. Louis, MO
2/09 – CHI Health Center Omaha – Omaha, NE
2/10 – Vibrant Arena at THE MARK – Moline, IL
2/11 – WSU Nutter Center – Dayton, OH
2/16 – Bon Secours Wellness Arena – Greenville, SC
2/17 – EagleBank Arena – Fairfax, VA
2/18 – Charleston Coliseum – Charleston, WV
2/23 – Enmarket Arena – Savannah, GA
2/24 – Amalie Arena – Tampa, FL
2/25 – Hard Rock Live at Seminole/Hard Rock Hollywood – Hollywood, FL