Kelsea Ballerini, the famous country singer from Knoxville, is coming back to her hometown for a special concert at the Thompson-Boling Arena.
The First-Ever Arena Show
This will be her first time headlining an arena show, and she’s super excited about it!
Get Your Tickets
If you’re part of Kelsea’s fan club, you can buy tickets starting at 10 a.m. on September 13th. For everyone else, tickets will be available on Ticketmaster at 10 a.m. on September 15th.
The opening acts for “The Homecoming Show” will be Ingrid Andress and Georgia Webster.
Kelsea’s Love for Knoxville
Kelsea Ballerini has always been proud of her roots in East Tennessee. She even made a music video called “Half of My Hometown” as a tribute to her home.
A Dream Come True
Playing at the Thompson-Boling Arena has been a dream for Kelsea since she was a kid. It’s the perfect place to celebrate a special year and kick off her new tour.
Who is Kelsea Ballerini?
Kelsea grew up in Mascot, Tennessee, and spent her early years in Knoxville. She moved to Nashville at age 15 to pursue her music career.
Back to Central High School
Kelsea went to Central High School in Knoxville and returned in 2017 to perform there. It was a special moment for her to share her success with her hometown.
High School Memories
Central High School held a special place in her heart. She was part of the glee club and even performed on the same stage where she sang her first song.
College and Music Career
After high school, she attended Lipscomb University for two years before deciding to focus on her music career.
Setting the Record Straight
Some people think Kelsea started her career on a TV competition show, but that’s not true. She made her name the old-fashioned way by writing great music, connecting with fans on Facebook, and eventually getting a recording contract.
Now you have all the details about Kelsea Ballerini’s big concert and her journey from Knoxville to stardom.