Amy Grant Wraps Spring 2024 Tour

Six-time GRAMMY-award winner Amy Grant has officially wrapped her 33-city spring 2024 tour. Each evening was filled with reflection, nostalgia, and fun as Grant performed favorites from the past 25 years including “El Shaddai,” “Baby Baby,” “House of Love,” “Sing Your Praise To The Lord,” as well as deeper cuts that surprised audiences including “What About The Love,” “Nobody Home,” and her latest releases “Trees We’ll Never See” and “What You Heard.”

Grant filled the house for a back-to-back Mother’s Day weekend shows at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, her first solo headlining shows at the historic venue in 25 years. Grant relived her iconic GRAMMY Awards moment when her granddaughter Penelope walked out onstage during “Baby Baby.” Her daughter Mille, about whom “Baby Baby” was written and who walked on stage during the 1992 broadcast, surprised Grant by sending Penelope onto the stage reliving the special moment which was captured on film here.

Grant will turn her attention next to the annual Barefoot Republic camp she hosts at her farm for two weeks each summer. She once dreamt of kids running through her land laughing and having fun, and Barefoot Republic camp has fulfilled this dream, with Grant taking part in everything from leading worship each morning to archery and all kinds of outdoor adventures.

Grant will continue working on her next musical project throughout 2024 and, in addition to her own fall tour dates, return for her Christmas At The Ryman residency with her husband, Vince Gill. The annual celebration marked over 100 headline shows this past December–the first co-headliners to mark this incredible milestone.