Dolly Parton Plans Unique Tour After Retiring From The Road

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In a surprise move, Dolly Parton has announced a new tour after previously retiring from touring in 2022. But this tour will be different. Keep reading to find out how.

Still Creating, Still Sharing

Dolly Parton made the decision to retire from touring in 2022, It marked the end of an era in her legendary career, which has spanned decades and included many iconic tours. Her last tour was the Pure & Simple Tour in 2016

But the country legend is still dedicated to creating and sharing her music with her fans. She delighted fans last year with the release of her first rock album. She collaborated with some of rock’s greatest names on Rockstar, including several members of the Beatles and her goddaughter, Miley Cyrus.

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With rumors swirling about a new family album, it’s clear that Parton has no shortage of creativity or projects in the works.

Dolly Parton Plans A New Kind Of Tour

Dolly Parton retired from touring because she didn’t want to be away from her husband of 57 years, Carl Dean. Her husband, 81, has faced several health problems in the last few years and she wants to be close by to nurse him back to health. So, there is a new Dolly Parton tour happening, the singer won’t appear in person.

Instead of featuring the legendary country star herself, the tour will be a “multimedia symphonic storytelling experience.” According to Variety, the tour combines Parton’s music with orchestral arrangements and visual elements. The tour is set to launch in March 2025 with the Nashville symphony.

This new tour concept allows her to do just that in a way that doesn’t require the rigors of traveling from city to city. She will feature on a screen at the venue instead of in person.

 

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“‘Threads: My Songs in Symphony’ is like a journey through the heartstrings of my life. I hope we can take it far and wide to symphony orchestras everywhere,” the singer said in a statement.

While Parton may not be touring in the classical sense, she’s clearly still committed to bringing her music to her fans in new and innovative ways. With the multimedia symphonic tour on the horizon and other projects in development, it’s an exciting time to be a Dolly Parton fan. And who knows? Maybe we’ll even see her on stage for the occasional special show.

What do you think of her unique tour plan? Share your thoughts in the comments.

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