The family group Chapel Hart are no strangers to traveling around the country and touring, but beginning in late January, sister Danica and Devynn Hart; along with cousin Trea Swindle will launch what they are calling The Glory Day Tour will be their first as the headline act.  Lucas Hoge will serve as the opening act.

Devynn Hart spoke on the trio’s first ever headlining tour saying, “it feels really amazing to be going out on our first ever headlining tour.  God has truly had his hands on us and our careers.  We are forever grateful for every opportunity.”

The near tour dates come on the heels of a busy 2022 that include a debut on the Grand Ole Opry stage, a collaboration with Darius Rucker, and finalists on the competition reality series “America’s Got Talent”.

Danica Hart added, “in my entire career, I’ve never been more excited, nervous, proud and every emotion imaginable.  We’ll be able to share our songs and stories with the millions of people who got to watch us on TV, and now they get to experience us up close and personal. This tour will remind people that these are the Glory Days!”

Trea Swindle concluded, “a wise woman once said, ‘Give the people what they want,’ but it’s so much better when it’s exactly what you want as well.  We just want to show as many people as we can that anything is possible if you work hard and never give up on your dreams.”

Chapel Hart “Glory Days” tour dates:
Jan 26 at The Cotillion Ballroom in Wichita, KS
Jan 27 at the Rococo Theater in Lincoln, NE
Jan 28 at the Gillioz Theatre in Springfield, MO
Feb 2 at the First Financial Music Hall in El Dorado, AR
Feb 3 in New Orleans, LA – venue to be determined
Feb 4 at the Temple Live in Ft. Smith, AR
Feb 9 at the Virginia Theatre n Champaign, IL
Feb 10 at the Uptown Theater in Kansas City, MO
Feb 11 at the Five Flags Center in Dubuque, IA
Feb 18 in Dallas, TX – venue to be determined
Feb 19 at the Globe News Center for the Performing Arts in Amarillo, TX
Feb 23 at the Mayo Civic Center in Rochester, MN
Feb 24 at The Admiral Theater in Omaha, NE
Feb 25 at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prio Lake, MN
Feb 26 at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls, SD
March 3 at the Paramount Theater in Charlottesville, VA
March 4 at the Apollo Theater in New York City, NY
March 5 at the Capital One Hall in Tysons, VA
March 10 at Center Stage in Atlanta, GA
March 11 at the Ocoee Music Festival in Ocoee, FL
March 16 at the Liberty Showcase Theater in Liberty, NC
March 17 at The Groove Music Hall in Woodford, VA
March 18 Jergel’s Rhythm Grille in Warrendale, PA
March 23 at the Meyer Theatre in Green Bay, WI
March 24 at the Hoyt Sherman Place in Des Moines, IA
March 25 at the Paramount Theatre in Cedar Rapids, IA
March 26 at the Barrymore Theatre in Madison, WI
April 1 at the Grand Theater in Wabash, IN
April 7 at the Pablo Center at the Condluence in Eu Claire, WI
April 14 at the Three Star Vineyard Inc. in Johnston, SC
April 15 at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts in Virginia, VA
April 20 at the Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, KY
April 21 at the Riverfront Live in Cincinnati, OH
April 22 at the Temple Live in Cleveland, OH
April 29 at the Rome City Auditorium in Rome, GA
May 4 at the Pikes Peak Center in Colorado Springs, CO
May 5 at the Boulder Theater in Boulder, CO
May 6 at the Cheyenne Civic Center in Cheyenne, WY
May 12 at the Elsinore Theatre in Salem, OR
May 13 at the Temple Theater in Tacoma, WA
May 16 at the Crest Theatre in Sacramento, CA
May 18 at the Visalia fox Theatre in Visalia, CA
May 19 at The Vermont Hollywood in Los Angeles, CA
July 7 at the St. Joseph County 4-H Fair in South Bend, IN
July 14 at the Immersive Media Performing Arts Center in Gulfport, MS
July 15 at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson, MS