- 17746 COUNTY ROAD 34, D, GOSHEN, IN 46528
- Tel: (574) 533-3247
- Presented By: Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds
- Dates: July 24, 2023
- Location: Elkhart County 4-H Fairgrounds
- Time: 8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
- Price: $15 Grandstand; $30 Track Standing; $35 Track Seating
Fiercely rooted in the classics, the girl who left her Kentucky home and high school at 16 to take a job at Dollywood has grown into a woman who embraces the genre’s forward progression. Confident in what she wants to say, the committed songwriter has resonated with fans and caught the attention of music critics from Billboard, NPR, Rolling Stone, The New York Times touting 29: WRITTEN IN STONE (Big Machine Records) on their 2021 year-end Best of Lists. Carly performed the collection in its entirety throughout her sold-out THE 29 TOUR and is currently on Kenny Chesney’s HERE AND NOW TOUR 2022.
Lighting a fire with her debut album EVERY LITTLE THING and the PLATINUM-certified history making title track, Carly’s 2X PLATINUM-certified “I Hope You’re Happy Now" with Lee Brice won both the CMA Musical Event and ACM Music Event, plus ACM Single of the Year.
She picked up her second consecutive ACM Awards Music Event of the Year with Ashley McBryde duet “Never Wanted To Be That Girl,” Carly’s third No. 1 and the third duet between two solo women to top Country Airplay, dating to the Billboard chart’s January 1990 inception. Knowing it’s time to move on, she offers final reckoning of a relationship that failed and a new set of standards for the next time she falls in love with the project’s final single “What He Didn’t Do,” co-written alongside Ashley Gorley and Emily Shackleton.
Recently filming “Carly Pearce Inside 29: Written In Stone – Live from Music City” with acclaimed director Shaun Silva at Nashville’s Marathon Music Works, her surprise duet with Wynonna Judd aired on ABC’s CMA Fest special and CARLY PEARCE: TWO NIGHTS AT THE RYMAN October 26 & 27 mark her first headline dates at the iconic venue. Returning to host ACM Honors on August 24, the reigning ACM/CMA Awards Female Artist/Vocalist of the Year and Grand Ole Opry member (fittingly invited by Dolly Parton) is clearly living out her childhood dream.