With 17 semi-trucks and eight buses, Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller tour is her biggest production to date. Since the trek is titled Stories in the Round, the “Heartbeat” hitmaker made sure she built a stage that lives up to the name.
The platform measures 150 feet across the arena floor, with a 48-foot center stage that rotates 360 degrees. It also boasts seven elevator lifts, including a center one that can raise the ACM Female Vocalist nominee 18 feet in the air.
A Carrie Underwood show also wouldn’t be complete without multiple costume changes. The American Idol winner changes no less than five times during her 100-minute-plus set, with new spotlight technology following her, aided by special beacons built into her wardrobe.
Having already sold out her first two shows in Jacksonville, Florida and Atlanta, Georgia, Carrie — along with Easton Corbin and the Swon Brothers — swing through Louisville, Kentucky Friday night.
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