Carrie Underwood Wraps Million-Selling Storyteller Tour Just in Time to Head Down Under with Keith Urban

ABC/Image Group LA After playing for more than a million fans since it started in January, Carrie Underwood’s Storyteller tour is now in the history books. The CMA Female Vocalist of the Year wrapped up the trek Monday night in Salt Lake City, after logging 92 shows in 7 countries along the way.

The tour also generated a hefty donation for Carrie’s C.A.T.S. organization, with one-dollar from each ticket sold going to the Checotah Animal, Town and School Foundation, which is named for the “Dirty Laundry” hitmaker’s Oklahoma hometown.

You can check out Carrie’s look back at Monday’s show on her socials.

Just because she’s done with her own tour doesn’t mean Carrie gets any downtime. She plays her first stop on the Aussie leg of Keith Urban’s RipCord World Tour Thursday night in Wellington, New Zealand.

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