Sierra Hull will lace up next spring for the 2024 Tip Toe High Wire Tour. The mandolinist announced the initial batch of coast-to-coast tour dates set to run through March and April and feature new songs.

The new stretch of tour dates will begin March 7th in Stowe, VT. The six-time International Bluegrass Music Association (IBMA) Mandolin Player of the Year will then travel the Northeast for stops in Brownfield, ME (3/8), Cambridge, MA (3/9), and Fall River, MA (3/10) before a quick international excursion to Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic (3/12).

Returning stateside, Hull and her band will resurface in Cincinnati, OH (3/19) and begin a march to the West Coast, playing gigs in Evanston, IL (3/20), St. Louis, MO (3/21), and Indianapolis, IN (3/22) before stopping back home in Nashville for a show at The Basement East (3/23). Following a short layover in Nashville, Hull hits California for a show at L.A.’s Fonda Theatre before heading to WinterWonderGrass Tahoe in Olympic Valley for a set on Friday, April 5th. Hull also just announced an appearance at Greenbelt Music Festival in Clive, IA (5/17–5/18, exact date not yet confirmed). There she will share the lineup with headliners Umphrey’s McGee, Railroad Earth, and Yonder Mountain String Band.

An artist pre-sale for the Sierra Hull Tip Toe High Water Tour is now live and accessible using the code MANDO. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, December 1st at 10 a.m. local time via her website.

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Before heading out to tip-toe on her headlining tour, Hull is on the road as a special guest of the Allman Betts Family Revival. The traveling tribute to the legacy of the Allman Brothers Band helmed by heirs Devon Allman and Duane Betts will round out another landmark year for Hull. In 2023, Sierra took home her sixth IBMA Mandolin Player of the Year Award since 2016, making her the third all-time record-holder behind Adam Steffey (11) and Ronnie McCoury (8). She also joined Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann‘s extended Billy & The Kids family in NYC, hosted her own bluegrass night at Ryman Auditorium featuring Billy Strings and Béla Fleck, shared the stage with Del McCoury, Jerry Douglas, and Bradley Walker at Eric Clapton‘s Crossroads Guitar Festival, and plenty more.