While Carrie Underwood played a great show at the CMA Summer Jam, she wasn’t officially back on the road. Now, she is in full tour mode. After a show at the Allentown Fair in Pennsylvania, Underwood is feeling “beyond blessed.” Artists have missed live music just as much as fans it seems. The former American Idol winner is no different.
On her Instagram page, Underwood shared some pics from the Allentown Fair show. Allentown Fair is a great event that has attracted many artists over the years. Her performance looked electric. She sure seemed happy to be back on the stage and in front of an audience once again. Now, tonight she heads to the Washington State Fair before things shut down until December.
There’s one thing for certain, Carrie Underwood puts on a hell of a show. She’s full of energy and excitement. Engages with the crowd and shows off her many talents throughout. It takes real endurance and practice to put on a performance as she does, and fans couldn’t be happier. She just knows how to command a stage. Bring the tone down when needed, ramp up the excitement, and always bring the best she can on any given night.
“Fun times @allentownfair last night,” the post read, “We are truly beyond blessed to get to do what we love!” Underwood included some heart emojis and #Grateful #AllentownFair to the end. It looked like a wonderful show.
Carrie Underwood Las Vegas Residency
While Carrie Underwood has been playing a few shows here and there, the big show is coming up. Reflection: The Last Vegas Residency will have Underwood playing six shows in Las Vegas in December. Fans have been excited about the upcoming residency and about her new song from the upcoming movie Dear Evan Hansen.
The song, Only Us, is a collaboration with country music duo, Dan + Shay. Shay Mooney is featured as the duet with Underwood. Dan Smyers lent his abilities to helping produce the track, according to an Instagram video from earlier in the week. With the new track dropping, fans are wondering if there will be more new music coming out later this year.
The residency doesn’t end in December. There will be more shows in March of 2022. After those shows, Carrie Underwood will return to Vegas for more dates in April. So, fans will know where to go if they want to see her in the next eight months. Those shows are going to be awesome and should bring a lot of that excitement that fans have come to expect from her on stage. This is going to be such a cool string of shows for Underwood and she deserves every bit of it.